Max Burkholder, Bio, Age, height, Movies, Net Worth, The Purge

Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Administrator

Max Burkholder Biography

Max Burkholder (Max Henry Wolf Burkholder) is an American actor well known for his role as Max Braverman in the NBC comedic television drama Parenthood.

Max Burkholder

 

He won the 2014 Young Artist Award for the Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Young Actor.

Max Burkholder Age

Henry was born on November 1, 1997, in Los Angeles, California, U.S. He is 21 years old as of 2018.

Max Burkholder Height

He stands at a height of 1.68 m.

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Max Burkholder Parents | Young

He is born in a family of actors as his mother, Kelly Wolf, and his father, whose name is not available are former actors. He attended Campbell Hall School and he was accepted into Harvard University os a member of the class of 2021. He began his theatrical career, appearing in the premier production of columbinus at Harvard.

Max Burkholder College

He was accepted into Harvard University as a member of the class of 2021.

Max Burkholder Movies And Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

2019

Imaginary Order

2018

The First Purge

Charlie Sandin (flashbacks)

2013

The Purge

Charlie Sandin

2010

The Rainbow Tribe

Boo

2009

My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too

Roo

2008

The Journal

10 Year Old Alex

Fly Me to the Moon

Mom’s Maggot

2007

My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas Movie

Roo

2006

Friends with Money

Max

The Ant Bully

Blue Teammate #6

2005

Love for Rent

Max

2003

Daddy Day Care

Max Ryerson

Television

Year

Title

Role

2017

The Orville

Tomilin

2010–2015

Parenthood

Max Braverman

2009

Private Practice

Ben King

The Cleveland Show

Kid (voice)

Children of the Corn

Additional voices

2008–2009

In Treatment

Max Weston

2008

The Spectacular Spider-Man

Billy Connors (voice)

Grey’s Anatomy

Duncan Pailey

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination

World (voice)

2007–2016

American Dad!

Kid Doctor
Little Boy
Justin Bieber(voice)

2007–2009

My Friends Tigger & Pooh

Roo (voice)

2007–2009

Brothers & Sisters

Jack McCallister

2007–2008

The Land Before Time

Chomper (voice)

2007

Random! Cartoons

Samsquatch (voice)

Lipshitz Saves the World

Young Adam Lipshitz

Panic Button

Sam Alden

2006

Crumbs

Young Mitch Crumb

CSI: NY

Sam

The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

Billy

CSI: Miami

Tyler Lamar

2005–2017

Family Guy

Various voices

2005

The O.C.

Kid in Airport

Fathers and Sons

Nick at 5

2004

Commando Nanny

Seth Winter

Max Burkholder Net Worth

He has acquired an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Max Burkholder Daddy Day Care

He played as Max Ryerson.

Max Burkholder The Purge

He stars as Charlie Sandin.

Max Burkholder Parenthood

He stars as Max Braverman.

Max Burkholder The Orville

He stars as Tomilin.

Max Burkholder Babysitter

He stars as Ray Longback

Max Burkholder 2019 | Now | Today

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Max Burkholder Interview

Max From NBC’s ‘Parenthood’ Talks Asperger’s

Adapted From: disabilityscoop.com

Disability Scoop: How did you land the role of Max on “Parenthood”?

Max Burkholder: I went in to audition and I really liked it a lot, so I was hoping that I would get called back. I had no idea what autism was before so I wanted to be able to learn more. It’s hard sometimes thinking of stuff that a person with autism might do in any given situation, but it’s still really fun.

Disability Scoop: What’s it like to play a character with Asperger’s syndrome?

Max Burkholder: It’s quite a bit harder because I have to figure out a way of expressing what Max is feeling without making it seem that he doesn’t have Asperger’s.

Disability Scoop: What goes through your mind to get into character?

Max Burkholder: I just think what Max might be feeling. He has special interests, like he loves bugs, anything about bugs. So whenever there’s something about bugs I try to seem really interested. But he doesn’t like to be touched so I make myself think that if this person touches me, it’s going to hurt a lot.

Disability Scoop: How do you make sure that your portrayal is realistic?

Max Burkholder: Every couple of episodes I get together with an Asperger’s doctor, the director and the executive producer and we talk about what Max might do in the given situations in the script. I get new ideas about what to do during the scenes — how he would act, what he would say — because a lot of ad libbing happens on the show. As I do more and more, I start to understand more about what Max might be feeling.

Disability Scoop: What have you learned about autism since taking on the role?

Max Burkholder: It’s different for every person, but it’s really just being a little more sensitive than you normally would be to things like sight, sound and touch and they can’t really understand facial expressions and social cues.

Disability Scoop: In real life, are you anything like the character you play?

Max Burkholder: I tend to obsess over things as well. I obsess over video games. In that way, I’m kind of like Max. Another big similarity is I don’t like my food to touch. Some big differences are I don’t mind being touched and I can change the topic of my conversation and I can read expressions.

Disability Scoop: What’s the most challenging scene you’ve had to do on this show?

Max Burkholder: At one point I had a hissing cockroach right in front of me during a scene where I was eating and I just had so much trouble keeping it down. It was not a fun day.

Disability Scoop: Have you gotten any feedback about your portrayal of Max?

Max Burkholder: I recently got a letter from a girl who has Asperger’s and she thought that I was doing well and I was really excited. It’s pretty touching when someone who actually has the syndrome thinks I’m doing a good job at portraying it.

Disability Scoop: Do you know what comes next for Max or is there anything you’d like to see him do?

Max Burkholder: We usually get the script only a few days before we film, so I don’t know what’s coming next. If I had to guess, I’d probably say he gets better. I’d like to see him conquer some of the harder things that people with Asperger’s go through like not being able to read social cues.

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