Maxwell Caulfield
Actor
Maxwell Caulfield
Maxwell Caulfield is a British film, stage, and television actor who is based in the United States, best-known for his roles as Michael Carrington in Grease 2 (1982) and as Miles Colby in The Colbys (1985–87) and its parent show Dynasty (1985–86). He has more than 70 film, stage and television credits. He starred in Ronald F. Maxwell's Gettysburg (1993) and Tom DiCillo's The Real Blonde (1987). He is a supporter of Chelsea F.C.
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Win tickets to see Singin’ in the Rain!
The Citizen - over 3 years
Following its recent sell-out season in London’s West End, Stage Entertainment UK is delighted to announce that the critically acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production of the musical SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN will launch it’s first ever tour from the Manchester Opera House from Saturday 9 to Saturday 30 November and we have two pairs of tickets to give away for the 7.30pm performance on Monday 11th November. SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN will star stage and screen leading man Maxwell Caulfield as studio boss ‘R.F. Simpson’, pop legend Faye Tozer as starlet ‘Lina Lamont’, James Leece as ‘Don Lockwood’, Amy Ellen Richardson as ‘Kathy Selden’ and Stephane Anelli as ‘Cosmo Brown’. Don Lockwood is a silent movie star with everything he could want - fame, adulation and a well-publicised ‘romance’ with his co-star Lina Lamont. But Hollywood is about to change forever. There is rumour in the studio of a new kind of film, where the actors actually talk…and sing...and dance. Can Don and the uniqu ...
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Getting TV Nostalgic At The 'Hot in Cleveland' Live Premiere
Ok Magazine - over 3 years
When it comes to TV shows, I admit I’m a little (okay, a lot) stuck in the past. Golden Girls, Frasier, Everybody Loves Raymond, The Cosby Show, Friends—there’s something so comforting to me about reliving episodes of my favorite old sitcoms, like visiting with a bestie you haven’t seen in a while. Fortunately I feel like TV Land has made it socially acceptable for people like me to bask in the glow emanating from our screens of series past. The TVs have gotten skinnier but the laughs are still the same. I mean if there’s an entire channel devoted to old favorites, I can’t be the only one, right? Watch: Bret Michaels Shares What Not To Put In Your RV When I attended TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland live season premiere viewing and after-party on Wednesday night, I felt totally in my element. My sister-in-law is a fellow die-hard Golden Girls fan so she was my guaranteed plus one. If I was going to breathe the same air as Betty White, I needed to have someone by my side who could apprec ...
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Would You See This Remake With Jennifer Lawrence?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
What's with today, today? Monday, April 8, is Rex Manning Day, a holiday created to commemorate the film "Empire Records." The one-crazy-day comedy -- which focuses on a ragtag group of record store employees, the tyranny of chain stores and the power of Gin Blossoms and The Flying Lizards -- was released in October of 1995, making this the 17th Rex Manning Day in recorded history. But we mustn't dwell on numbers like that. No, not today. Not on Rex Manning Day. To celebrate this year's Rex Manning Day, HuffPost Entertainment has decided to shock you (shock you, shock you) with some deviant behavior: an imagined 2013 version of "Empire Records," featuring some of today's brightest stars. We'll say no more, mon amour, and get to the fake casting: Shailene Woodley as the Corey Mason (originally played by Liv Tyler) Jennifer Lawrence as the Gina (originally played by Renee Zellweger) Aubrey Plaza as Debra (originally played by Robin Tunney) Skylar Astin as th ...
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Nico Lang: If They're Voting For Mitt Romney, Don't Have Sex With Them
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Folks, we've all been on one of those dates where you find out that you're sleeping with the enemy. They like Grease, and you've always been a Grease 2 kind of person -- which sounds improbable until you give in to its so-bad-it's-goodness and Maxwell Caulfield's infectious smile. They're a Britney, and you're more of a Christina. They are Team Aniston, and you just can't help but like Angelina Jolie, even though you think that if she looked directly at you, you might turn to stone. Sometimes opposites attracting can be sexy, and you're turned on by the fact that they love dubstep (which you don't think is music), that they go rollerblading unironically and that they are one of those people who still think that Crash deserved to win Best Picture. (Unheard of, I know.) You might argue about the gay cowboys for a while, but in the end, you don't know how to quit them. However, this is election season, and things are different if their "little quirk" is a Romney-Ryan bumper s ...
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Cast Announced for Getty Villa's Euripides' 'Helen'
Brentwood Patch - over 4 years
The following press release is supplied by the J. Paul Getty Museum: The Getty Museum and Playwrights’ Arena announced the cast for Euripides’ Helen this month, the seventh annual outdoor theatrical production in the Getty Villa’s Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater. Presenting a surprising twist on the legend of Helen of Troy, Euripides’ rarely performed Helen will feature Rachel Sorsa in the title role and Maxwell Caulfield as Menelaos. Directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera, artistic director of Los Angeles-based Playwrights’ Arena, this production debuts a new adaptation by playwright Nick Salamone and a score by composer and musical director David O. Performances of Euripides’ Helen will be held Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 6 through 29 at 8 p.m., with previews from Aug. 30 through Sept. 1. Tickets are $42 ($38 for students and seniors, $25 for preview performances). Tickets and further information are available by calling (310) 440-7300 or online at www.getty.edu ...
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Best 'First Day of School' Movies - Daily Beast
Google News - over 5 years
New to the school is Michael Carrington (Maxwell Caulfield), the straightlaced British student and cousin to the previous film's Sandy. And Sandy's old friend Frenchy (Didi Conn), who has returned to Rydell after dropping out of beauty school,
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Queenie's TV Highlights: Shameless, Mount Pleasant, Doctor Who and Torchwood - ATV Today
Google News - over 5 years
Fallon (Emma Samms) reveals she isn't sure who the father of her child is, Jason (Charlton Heston) tries to help out Miles (Maxwell Caulfield) while Monica (Tracy Scoggins) meets her son. Meanwhile star of the show Sable (Stephanie Beacham) is still
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Written by Queenie Le Trout - ATV Today
Google News - over 5 years
Elsewhere Fallon and dreary Jeff (John James) plan a holiday while Monica (Tracy Scoggins) is tempted back to the family business and Sable ensures Miles' (Maxwell Caulfield) future is secure. (The Colbys, CBS Drama weekdays at 8am, 1pm or 6pm
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Fred Olen Ray's Dino Wolf Gets a New Title, Trailer, and Release Date - Dread Central
Google News - over 5 years
Maxwell Caulfield (Empire Records) and TV's “Buck Rogers” Gil Gerard star in this bloodbath from the venerable b-moviemaker responsible for such cult favorites as Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers and Evil Toons/ about scientists regenerating a dire wolf from
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AFTER MATH: STAYING ALIVE, GREASE 2, and the calculus of the Sequel - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The job of starring in a career-ruiner falls to Maxwell Caulfield in the sequel, as English exchange student and Sandy cousin Michael Carrington. Sandy, of course, is Australian, but whatever—Michael comes to Rydell and promptly falls in love with
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Queenie's TV Highlights: The Hour, Torchwood and Rupert Murdoch - ATV Today
Google News - over 5 years
In Los Angeles Jeff is reunited with his presumed dead-wife Fallon (Emma Samms) who has married Jason's son Miles (Maxwell Caulfield) and is now going by the name Randall. Jeff was convinced Fallon was alive when everyone else thought she was dead but
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As Dynasty returns to our screens... Alexis was a bitch, but she was nothing ... - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
John James, as Jeff Colby, was transplanted and they assembled a starry cast — Charlton Heston, Moses himself, was the patriarch, and Barbara Stanwyck, Stephanie Beacham and Maxwell Caulfield were some of the protagonists. It was extremely sad to
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews & Openings 'All New People' (in previews; opens on July 25) After branching out as a writer-director with his well-received 2004
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Theater Listings: July 1 — 7 - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
If that sounds familiar, theatergoers might recall a 2006 production at the now-defunct Promenade Theater, starring Maxwell Caulfield, who drew as much attention for his chiseled abs as his acting. Irish Repertory Theater, 132 West 22nd Street,
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Greece is 1-2 favourite to be first to leave Eurozone - Mirror.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
... spiral into further debt - which was exactly the same line I used when asking my bank manager for a bigger overdraft. The only consolation about the prospect of a second bail-out - to be called Greece II - is that Maxwell Caulfield isn't involved
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Programmi tv prima serata del 18 giugno 2011 - TVblog.it (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Su RaiDue altro film, La rabbia di una donna, regia di Rob Malenfant con Linden Ashby, Maxwell Caulfield, Alexandra Paul, Melanie Wilson. Su RaiTre va in onda - che originalità! - un film, Armageddon - Giudizio finale, regia di Michael Bay con Bruce
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PHOTO FLASH: Hal Holbrook, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Sean Penn, Martin Sheen, et ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Among those who attended the gathering, which featured the only approved live feed of the Tony Awards as they happened in New York, were Orson Bean, Ian Buchanan, Maxwell Caulfield, Emrhys Cooper, Patrika Darbo, Ramon Estevez, Davis Gaines,
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Before the Tony Awards The Drama Desk Award Telecast on Ovation TV - Times Square Chronicles
Google News - over 5 years
Jim Belushi (Born Yesterday), Maxwell Caulfield (Cactus Flower) Stephen Kunken (High), Dan Lauria (Lombardi), John Larroquette (How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), John Leguizamo (Ghetto Klown) and Annabella Sciorra (The MotherF**ker
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Maxwell Caulfield
    FIFTIES
  • 2015
    Age 55
    From 28 May 2015, Caufield began touring Australia with his wife Juliet Mills and sister-in-law Hayley Mills in the comedy Legends! by Pulitzer Prize winner James Kirkwood.
    More Details Hide Details He voiced James Bond in the video game James Bond 007: Nightfire (2002).
  • FORTIES
  • 2007
    Age 47
    In 2007, he also made his West End stage debut as Billy Flynn in the long-running London production of Chicago; he then resumed the roll of Flynn for the Broadway production of Chicago in November 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Alongside Lois Robbins, Caulfield - playing the character of Julian Winston - finished up an off-Broadway production of the comedy Cactus Flower (2011). Caulfield has appeared on Dynasty (1985–86), The Colbys (1986–87), Murder, She Wrote (1988–91), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990), The Rockford Files (1996), Spider-Man (1995–98), Casualty (2003–04), Emmerdale (2009-10), and NCIS (2013). He also guest starred in Modern Family (Season 4, ep 15) playing Claire's ex-boyfriend and college professor, among other television programs.
    In 2007, he performed in the Charles Busch play, Our Leading Lady, opposite Kate Mulgrew.
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  • 2006
    Age 46
    In 2006 he drew attention for his bare-chested scene in the Off-Broadway two-hander Tryst, opposite Amelia Campbell.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 31
    Maxwell Caulfield became a naturalized United States citizen on 5 September 1991.
    More Details Hide Details Caulfield made his New York City debut in Hot Rock Hotel (1978) after moving from the UK to the United States, and the following year made his stage debut in Class Enemy (1979), in which he bagged the lead role (Players Theatre, West Village); he won a Theatre World Award for his performance. He made his Los Angeles debut in Hitting Town (1980); and took a role in The Elephant Man (1980) the same year, which was when he met Juliet Mills. Caulfield made his debut Off-Broadway as the amoral titular drifter in Joe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane (1981), appearing alongside Joseph Maher and Barbara Bryne. His performance was widely praised: "Maxwell Caulfield is the ideal spider in the web", wrote one critic, saying he Caulfield was "as disarming of himself as he is of others - which gives this revival that tragic tinge of great comedy."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1967
    Age 7
    Although not a child actor per se, aged around seven he played "Ted" (using the pseudonym Maxwell Findlater) in the 1967 film, Accident.
    More Details Hide Details The film's screenplay was written by Harold Pinter and starred Stanley Baker, Dirk Bogarde and Michael York. The actor's American stepfather, Peter Maclaine, a former marine, reportedly kicked Caulfield out of the house at the age of 15. Maxwell's mother had a child with Peter Maclaine, Marcus, who is Maxwell's half brother. Caulfield became an exotic dancer at London's Windmill Theatre in order to obtain an Equity card enabling him to work as an actor. Later he got his green card through his stepfather. He reportedly took his stage surname, Caulfield, from the character in J.D. Salinger's novel Catcher in the Rye. He has been married since 1980 to actress Juliet Mills, 18 years his senior, making him son-in-law of veteran actor Sir John Mills and writer Mary, Lady Mills. He is brother-in-law to his wife's siblings, Jonathan Mills and actress Hayley Mills, and uncle to Hayley Mills' sons, Crispian Mills (lead singer of indie band Kula Shaker), and Jason Lawson. Caulfield is stepfather to Melissa (née Miklenda; Mills' daughter from her second marriage) and Sean Caulfield (born Sean Alquist; Mills' son from her first marriage).
  • 1959
    Born
    Caulfield was born to Oriole (née Findlater) and Peter Newby on 23 November 1959 in Belper, Derbyshire — although he later claimed to be a native of Glasgow, reportedly to be "more interesting".
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