Like thousands of "day actors' during Hollywood's Golden Era, Max Wagner toiled in relative obscurity in supporting and bit roles with the occasional meaty character part. It was a film career that sustained him as a durable and dependable actor from the mid-1920s through the '70s. The youngest of five boys...See full bio »
Max Wagner, who was raised in Mexico, was an accomplished piano player and often composed and sang Mexican folk ballads. One of his arrangements, "Pedro Rudarte y Simon," appeared in "The Last Trail" (1933).
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