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Seth Maxwell


Seth Maxwell is an actor and producer, known for Gabriela (2001), Miss You Already (2015) and M.F.A. (2017). See full bio »

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Known For

Gabriela Producer
(2001)
Miss You Already Seth Maxwell
(2015)
M.F.A. Mike
(2017)
ASPIREist Self - Host (2016)
(2016)

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 2017 M.F.A.
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 2015 Miss You Already
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 2001 Gabriela (executive producer)
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 2017/I Limelight (thanks)
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 2016 ASPIREist (TV Series documentary)
Self - Host (2016)
 2015 Tobias on the Hill (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #2.8 (2015) ... Self
 2013-2014 TakePart Live (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Episode #3.62 (2014) ... Self - Guest
- Episode #2.6 (2014) ... Self - Guest
- Episode #1.19 (2013) ... Self - Guest
 2011-2013 Red Carpet Report (TV Series short)
Self
- 4th Annual Thirst Project Gala (2013) ... Self
- 2nd Annual Thirst Project (2011) ... Self
 2012 2012 Do Something Awards (TV Special)
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[on improvement in global water crisis] Yes, measurably, for sure, but what it practically means is that in developing communities around the world, women or children literally walk for about three and a half miles from their homes to whatever standing water sources are available, so rivers, swamps, mud puddles. And then, as a result of drinking from these unsafe water sources, will contract ... See more »

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