Maxwell Caulfield Net Worth 2017, Biography & Wiki
Maxwell Caulfield Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Maxwell Caulfield net worth: Maxwell Caulfield is a British actor that has a net worth of $10 million dollars. Maxwell Caulfield was born in Glasgow in November of 1959, and continues to act as a movie, TV, and movie performer in America. Caulfield additionally has more than 70 credits, a lot of which are from stage playing. Caulfield made his first appearance in the 1967 movie, Injury, when he was just 7 years old. He was credited with all the stage name “Maxwell Findlater,” so as to protect his privacy. Nevertheless, he failed to continue his stint as a kid performer, but was apparently kicked from your home by his stepfather when he was only 15 years old. Then he chose the name Caulfield from publication character in Catcher in the Rye. In this period, he also worked as an exotic dancer in a London theater to ensure he could get work on stage. This also resulted in a green card, which enabled him to continue working inside the united states.
There isn't a single business where anybody feels secure.
I did sing in another film called 'Empire Records' which is a cult film. 'Grease 2' is also a cult film. You either love it or just think the original was better.
Not disown my past or upbringing, but I'd admired American actors, really American movie star - particularly the rebel heroes of the '50s.
I didn't want to be a hero to kids; I didn't think I had that. I just wanted to be popular.
I am beyond thrilled to be hitting the road with 'Singin' in the Rain.' As a huge fan of the original movie, the chance to bring this story to life on stage is something I couldn't pass up, and it'll be great visiting some of the beautiful theatres on the tour; some I've been to previously; some are going to be a brand new experience for me.
I'm always playing these mendacious characters who end up hoisting themselves by their own petard.
You can work and scratch out a living in the theatre, but, if you want to make money, you've got to hit the road. You've got to play big houses of 2, 3 thousand seaters with your name above the bill, do popular fare and reach out to the audience such as it is.
Before Grease 2, I was called the next Richard Gere, then after Grease 2, nobody would touch me.