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Danny Trejo

Alex O'Loughlin

Sean Patrick Flanery

Jeffrey Donovan

Lena Headey

Trishelle Canatella

Jason Lee

Holly Marie Combs

Raphael Sbarge

Mark Boone Junior

Anson Mount

Max Perlich Biography

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Birth Name: Max Perlich
Born: 03/28/1968
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Perlich has remained busy as a supporting player in films ranging from the unsuccessful remake of "Born Yesterday" (1993) to "Maverick" (1994). He had a meaty role as Axel, the sweet grocery clerk who is hopelessly in love with Jennifer Jason Leigh's self-destructive Sadie in Ulu Grosbard's "Georgia" (1995). He was also featured in the ensemble films "Beautiful Girls" and "The Grave" (both 1996).

Perlich has had a sporadic career on TV. He first appeared in the miniseries "Home Fires" (Showtime, 1987), which depicted the life of a family coping with modern pressures. He played a recurring role as a graffiti artist in the short-lived drama "TV 101" (CBS, 1988-89). Perlich also co-starred in Ralph Bashki's short film "This Ain't Bebop" that aired in 1989 on PBS as part of an anthology entitled "Imagining America". He made appearances in two other 1994 Showtime cable movies, "Girls in Prison" and "Shake, Rattle and Rock". From the fall of 1995 through the 1996-97 season, Perlich appeared on the acclaimed NBC police drama "Homicide: Life on the Streets" in the role of Brodie, a videographer who documented crime scenes for the police.