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Maxwell Caulfield

Maxwell Caulfield is a stage and screen actor. After moving to the US in the late 1970s Maxwell starred in a number of productions including the lead role in Class Enemy (1979) which won him a Theatre World Award, and the title role in Entertaining Mr Sloane (1981). In 1997 he made his Broadway debut as Gerald Croft in J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Maxwell’s west end debut was not until 2007 when he took on the role of Billy Flynn... Read more >>

Maxwell Caulfield

Maxwell Caulfield Overview

Maxwell Caulfield is a stage and screen actor. After moving to the US in the late 1970s Maxwell starred in a number of productions including the lead role in Class Enemy (1979) which won him a Theatre World Award, and the title role in Entertaining Mr Sloane (1981). In 1997 he made his Broadway debut as Gerald Croft in J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Maxwell’s west end debut was not until 2007 when he took on the role of Billy Flynn in Chicago at the Cambridge Theatre and later embarked on the UK-wide touring production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce (2010).

On television Maxwell is best known for his role in prime time soap Dynasty (1985-1986) and later in spin-off The Colbys (1985-1987 as playboy Miles Colby. In the UK he portrayed Dr Broadie in Casualty (2003-2004) and later as Mark Wylde in Emmerdale (2009-2010). 

Maxwell’s debut big screen appearance was as a young child in crime drama Accident. His first major film role was as Michelle Pfeiffer’s love interest Michael Carrington in Grease 2 (1982) and a number of roles followed including parts in The Boys Next Door (1985) and The Supernaturals (1986). Subsequent notable film appearances included his role of Col. Strong Vincent in civil war drama Gettysburg (1993), dwindling pop-star Rex in cult classic Empire Records (1995) and a starring role in Tom DiCillo’s The Real Blonde (1997).

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