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Jack Maxwell was born in South Boston, Massachusetts, on December 25, 1963.
He is a renowned American actor and TV personality, best known for his performances in films, 'Passion And Romance: Ocean Of Dreams', 'Dean Quixote', 'Engaging Peter', and 'Irene In Time'. He is also well known for hosting his own TV series on the Travel Channel, 'Booze Traveler', from 2014-2018.
In 2017, Jack Maxwell was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, one kind of blood cancer that affects white blood cells. However, he underwent proper medical treatment and slowly recuperated over the year. According to some sources, he is wholly cured as of 2022.
Keep reading to learn more about the life and career of famous actor and TV host, Jack Maxwell, including his net worth, birthday, and awards!
Jack Maxwell began his acting career in 1995, playing the role of Officer Jackson in television series, 'The Watcher'. His first film was 'For Which He Stands' (1996), in which he played a SWAT Commander. Over the years, Maxwell received more and more roles and became a huge name in the film and television industry. As of 2022, the renowned American actor and TV host has a net worth of $7 million.
Jack Maxwell's exact annual income is not known and will vary depending on his roles and appearances.
Jack Maxwell is 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) tall.
The famous American actor and TV personality, Jack Maxwell, was born on December 25, 1963. He is currently 58 years old and will turn 59 in December 2022.
Even though Jack Maxwell is extremely popular, very little is actually known about his early life and family.
Jack Maxwell was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1963, and grew up with his sister. However, the famous actor has not disclosed the names of his parents or sister.
Similarly, Maxwell's educational background is not known.
Jack Maxwell stepped into the entertainment industry in 1995, at the age of 32. His first role was in a TV show named 'The Watcher', in which he portrayed the character of Officer Jackson.
Jack Maxwell is married to Susan Shaughnessy. They are believed to have been married for over 30 years, and have two children together, although further details of their family life are not known.
After making his debut in the film industry in 1996, Jack Maxwell received an offer for a second film the next year, titled 'Shoot It', directed by Michael Derek Bohusz. In this movie, Maxwell played the role of Sam and worked alongside famous actors, Arthur Cafiero, Brad Calcaterra, and Amy Bornheimer.
Later in the year, Jack Maxwell was cast in a comedy romance, 'Just Add Love'. The film was directed by Jesse Griffith, and Maxwell played the role of Nick, alongside actors, Rolanda Mendelle, Richard Eden, and Wendie Malick.
In 1998, Jack Maxwell portrayed the character of Peterson in an episode of the television series, 'Pacific Blue', titled 'Till Death Do Us Part'. In the same year, he also appeared in two more TV series and two short films. Maxwell played the role of a sailor in four episodes of 'Sunset Beach' and portrayed John Wakefield in one episode of 'Beverly Hills, 90210', named 'Budget Cuts'.
In 1999, Jack Maxwell performed in several movies, including Rodney McDonald's action thriller, 'Sonic Impact', in which he played the role of Byron, and Mlemchukwu Prospect's drama, 'Tokunboh', in which he played the prosecutor. In the same year, Maxwell also appeared in one episode of 'The Strip', called 'Money For Nothing', as Frank Noel and worked as a TV host on 'National Enquirer TV'.
In 2000, Jack Maxwell appeared on an episode of the TV show, 'Charmed', called 'Astral Monkey', as Barry, and played the role of Max in the film, 'Dean Quixote'. In 2001, he appeared in an episode of 'Hollywood 7', called 'The Cousin', and portrayed the character of Zander Phillips (Alexander The Great) in Brad Tanenbaum's science fiction, 'The Pharaoh Project'.
In 2002, Maxwell played Kyle in Michael R. Williams and Kerry Bailey's comedy, 'Engaging Peter'. In 2005, he played Rick in Mike Andrew's comedy, 'Gettin' Lucky'. In 2006, he appeared in Martin Guigui's film, 'Cattle Call', as Lenny Lacks. In 2009, he played Mikey Cagney in Henry Jaglom's 'Irene In Time', and Jeff McDowell in Chad Ahrendt's 'Reconciliation'.
From 2014 to 2018, Jack Maxwell hosted the Travel Channel show, 'Booze Traveler'. Along with 'Booze Traveler', he has also worked as a television host for 'Booze Traveler: Best Bars', 'The Trip 2016', 'The Trip 2017', and 'The Trip 2018: Antigua + St. Lucia'.
Maxwell's last film role was in the 2015 drama, 'Window Of Opportunity', directed by Samuel Warren Joseph.
In 2017, Jack Maxwell was diagnosed with blood cancer, which caused him to take a break from his career and focus more on his medical treatment. However, as of 2022, Maxwell is reportedly completely cured, and his latest movie, 'Deadly Draw', is currently in the post-production phase and is due to be released later in 2022. The director of this film is Charles Dennis and Maxwell plays the character of Bobby Factor.
Jack Maxwell won the award for Best Actor for his role in 'The Pragmatist', at the Art Film Awards and IndieFEST Film Awards, both in 2021.
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