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Max Schneider (MAX)      

Actor, Model, Dancer, Singer-Songwriter, Known Professionally in Music as "MAX"

Actor/Singer Max Schneider began performing at the age of three singing and dancing for family and friends, but ended up singing and dancing on a Broadway stage.

He began his professional career in the Broadway musical, 13. Shortly after 13 closed, Max booked a guest starring role on “Law and Order SVU”, and appeared on shows such as “One Life to Live” and “The View.” In 2010, Max was lucky enough to be chosen out of 6,000 applicants to attend the YoungArts Program in Miami. He studied with talented performers such as Liv Ullman, Malcolm Gets and Kevin Carroll. In early May 2010, Max posed with Madonna for world-renowned photographer, Steven Klein. He played roles in The Art Of Love (The Last Keepers), and Nickelodeon’s “How to Rock". An avid singer and songwriter, Max has written for several other projects and artists. His song, “Last One Standing,” co-written with Matt Wong and Claire Demorest, is featured in “How to Rock” and his song, “Show You How to Do,” co-written with Ben Charles, was featured on the Disney show “Shake It Up.” He also wrote the song “Standing in China” which was featured on Cody Simpson’s album Paradise. Max teamed up with Victoria to create their viral YouTube hit, “Bruno Mars Medley” (directed by Kurt Schneider). He debuted two of his original songs: “Everyday” (co-written by Jon Feldmann) and “Quicksand” (co-written by Matt Wong). In late 2012, Max starred on the CW’s “Beauty and the Beast.” Most recently, he released “Nothing Without Love."

He starred in the NBC drama series “Crisis.” On the music side, MAX (as he goes by for music) performed the song “Mug Shot,” which he also wrote, on the soundtrack.

He had a supporting role in the indie feature Love & Mercy about the life of reclusive musician Brian Wilson from the ’60s surfing band, The Beach Boys, playing the role of Singer, Songwriter and Producer Van Dyke Parks.

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