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Max Wright

Willie Tanner in Alf, Richard "Dick" Stetmeyer in Misfits of Science

Photos Max Wright Birth name: Max Wright
Birth date: 1943/08/02 (77 years old)
Birth place : Detroit (USA)
Height: 1.80 m

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Biography for Max Wright

Max Wright (born on August 2, 1943 in Detroit, Michigan) was an actor in the hit sitcom Alf. He had previously made appearances in TV shows such as WKRP in Cincinnati, and was a regular cast member in Misfits of Science.

Mr. Wright has also enjoyed a distinguished stage career. He received a Tony nomination for Ivanov. Another Broadway appearance of note was in Twelfth Night at Lincon Center as Sir Andrew. He was in the original production of The Great White Hope at The Arena Stage in Washington. He has also acted with distinction at regional theaters around the country.

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Filmography

Title Role
Easter (2002) Zaddock Pratt
Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) Horace Whaley
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999) Robin Starveling
The Norm Show (1999 Serie TV) Max Denby
Twelfth Night, or What You Will (1998 Téléfilm) Sir Andrew Aguecheek
From the Earth to the Moon (1998 TV mini-series) Guenter Wendt
Dead by Midnight (1997 Téléfilm) Dr. Jonas Reilly
Grumpier Old Men (1995) County health inspector
A Mother's Gift (1995 Téléfilm) Herman Mandelbrot
The Shadow (1994) Berger, Museum of Natural History
White Mile (1994 Téléfilm) Bill Spencer
The Stand (1994 TV mini-series) Dr. Herbert Denninger
Dudley (1993 Serie TV) Paul
Going to the Chapel (1988 Téléfilm) Howard Haldane
Touch and Go (1986) Lester
Soul Man (1986) Dr. Aronson
ALF (1986 Serie TV) William 'Willie' Tanner
Liberty (1986 Téléfilm) Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
Konrad (1985 Téléfilm) Dr. Al Monford
Misfits of Science (1985 Serie TV) Dick Stetmeyer
Misfits of Science (1985 Téléfilm) Dick Stetmeyer
Fraternity Vacation (1985) Millard Tvedt
Code Name: Foxfire (1985 Téléfilm) Acteur
Scandal Sheet (1985 Téléfilm) Stan Clark
The Boy Who Loved Trolls (1984 Téléfilm) Secretary
Buffalo Bill (1983 Serie TV) Karl Shub
The Sting II (1983) Floor Manager
Dangerous Company (1982 Téléfilm) Dr. Boone
Reds (1981) Floyd Dell
For Ladies Only (1981 Téléfilm) Shakespeare Director
Playing for Time (1980 Téléfilm) Dr. Mengele
Simon (1980) Leon Hundertwasser, IAC Fellow, Media Manipulation
All That Jazz (1979) Joshua Penn
Last Embrace (1979) Second Commuter
In Fashion (1974 Téléfilm) Acteur

Trivia

Was arrested and booked January 10, 2000 for drunken driving following a non-injury accident in Hollywood, California.

Bears an uncanny resemblance to Colonel Oliver North's lawyer during the Iran-Contra hearings. So much so, he and the ALF puppet did a short made-for-TV spoof of the Senate Commitee hearings, in which ALF was being questioned on whether or not he was an alien, and he would lean over to hear the whispered advice from Willie (played by Wright), just like Oliver North was doing during his own questioning.

Lost driving privileges in New York state for 6 months following a guilty plea to a drunken-driving charge. Wright was visiting his adult daughter upstate when he ran afoul of local authorities by running into some mailboxes and a traffic sign. September 2003.

Was nominated for Broadway's 1998 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for "Ivanov."

Family

Daughter, Daisy.

Has adopted son.

Author of the card

  • Creation date: 01/07/2003 by stals

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