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Edwin Max (1909–1980)

Edwin Max was born on May 4, 1909 in Georgia, USA as Edwin Miller. He was an actor, known for Come Back, Little Sheba (1952), Stairway to Heaven (1946) and The Set-Up (1949). He died on October 17, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1978 Matilda
Matson (as Ed Max)
 1969-1970 Green Acres (TV Series)
Harry / Driver
- Enterprising Eb (1970) ... Harry
- The Road (1969) ... Driver
 1967-1968 Mannix (TV Series)
Benny / Charley
- Deadfall: Part 2 (1968) ... Benny
 1967 The Big Valley (TV Series)
Dr. Merar
 1966 The Fugitive (TV Series)
Stark
- The Blessings of Liberty (1966) ... Stark
 1965 Ben Casey (TV Series)
Lewis Kruger
- Francini? Who Is Francini? (1965) ... Lewis Kruger
 1965 The Family Jewels
Pool Hall Patron (uncredited)
 1954 Crown Theatre with Gloria Swanson (TV Series)
- The Host (1954)
 1953 The Twonky
Ed, TV Repairman (as Ed Max)
 1952 Come Back, Little Sheba
Elmo Huston
 1952 Bloodhounds of Broadway
Lookout Louie Larchment
 1952 Our Miss Brooks (TV Series)
The Policeman
- Trying to Pick a Fight (1952) ... The Policeman (uncredited)
 1952 Tropical Heat Wave
Moore
 1952 The Merry Widow
Masher at Maxim's (uncredited)
 1952 We're Not Married!
Lunchroom Counterman (uncredited)
 1952 Jumping Jacks
Sam Gilmore (uncredited)
 1952 Models Inc.
Louie - Bartender (as Ed Max)
 1952 Rebound (TV Series)
Vic Tally
- The Witness (1952) ... Vic Tally
 1952 Here Come the Nelsons
Monk
 1951 The Well
Milkman (as Ed Max)
 1951 Rhubarb
Fish Eye (uncredited)
 1951 Jim Thorpe -- All-American
Football Manager (uncredited)
 1951 Meet Me After the Show
Charles - Chauffeur (uncredited)
 1951 Best of the Badmen
Deputy Hawkins (uncredited)
 1951 The Fat Man
Murray (uncredited)
 1951 Half Angel
Richard 'Mac' MacLeish (uncredited)
 1951 Francis Goes to the Races
First Mug (uncredited)
 1951 I Can Get It for You Wholesale
Tiffany Joe (uncredited)
 1951 The Enforcer
Sad Eyes - Undertaker (uncredited)
 1950 Harvey
First Bar Patron (uncredited)
 1950 Mister 880
Mousie (uncredited)
 1950 Love That Brute
Lippy Lane (uncredited)
 1949 Side Street
Nick Drumman (as Ed Max)
 1949 Always Leave Them Laughing
Newark Stage Manager (uncredited)
 1949 Border Incident
Doc Bryler (uncredited)
 1949 Oboler Comedy Theatre (TV Series)
- Mr. Dydee (1949)
 1949 Everybody Does It
Cleary (uncredited)
 1949 Abandoned
Morrie the Bookie (uncredited)
 1949 Red Light
Max Appleby aka Bert Adams (uncredited)
 1949 Johnny Stool Pigeon
Pete Carter (uncredited)
 1949 Thieves' Highway
Dave - Dock Henchman (uncredited)
 1949 Come to the Stable
Whitey (uncredited)
 1949 Follow Me Quietly
Charlie Roy aka The Judge
 1949 The Set-Up
Danny
 1949 The Undercover Man
Horse Parlor Manager (uncredited)
 1949 Law of the Barbary Coast
Arnold
 1949 Song of India
Prince's Messenger (uncredited)
 1947 The Arnelo Affair
George (uncredited)
 1946 Stairway to Heaven
Dr. Mc.Ewen
 1945 Strange Holiday
First Detective (as Ed Max)
 1942 Lucky Jordan
Sergeant (uncredited)
 1942 True to the Army
Ice (as Edwin Miller)
 1940 Hold That Woman!
Taxi (as Ed Miller)
 1939 Mercy Plane
Skid (as Edwin Miller)

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Guest starred on the radio drama "Nightbeat," which starred Frank Lovejoy.

Alternate Names:

Ed Max | Edwin Miller | Ed Miller
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