Actor, Singer, Performer
Mark Maxwell, a native New Yorker, has received consistently high praise from The New York Times (“. . . a disarmingly boyish air and a nicely ringing voice.”), Backstage (a “standout” possessing “. . . the finest singing voice with too few opportunities to exhibit it.”), and many an audience for his performances of baritone roles, both musical and operatic. He appeared Off-Broadway in In A Land Far Away (Patroclus/King Arthur), at Papermill Playhouse in Cinderella (the Prince), the Fulton Opera House in The Secret Garden (Dr. Neville Craven), Totem Pole Playhouse in A Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit) and as Curly and Billy Bigelow on tour and in regional theatres throughout the country. Opera credits include La Boheme (Marcello, Schaunard) and Madama Butterfly (Sharpless, The Bonze) at both Amato and Regina Opera houses in New York City. Mark plays guitar, composes, and received training at Juilliard Pre-College and S.U.N.Y Purchase. On screen, he has experience with extra work and small roles, including the Assistant District Attorney to Terry Kinney’s D.A. in ‘Canterbury’s Law’ on FOX.