Maxwell Caulfield Biography, Spouse, Age, Career and Height Explained!

Maxwell Caulfield has a $10,000,000 net worth.

Wikipedia’s Article on Maxwell Caulfield

Maxwell Newby, better known by his stage name Maxwell Caulfield, was born on November 23, 1959, in Belper, Derbyshire, England. He is an actor best known for his roles as Michael in “Grease 2” (1982), Col. Strong Vincent in “Gettysburg” (1993), and Mark Wylde in “Emmerdale” (2003–present) (2009-2010). His professional life began in 1980.

Is Maxwell Caulfield’s net worth anything you’ve ever pondered as of the middle of 2017? According to reliable sources, Maxwell’s net worth is projected to be above $10 million, thanks to his remarkable acting career.

Value of Maxwell Caulfield’s Estate: $10 Million

Maxwell Caulfield’s parents, Peter Newby and Oriole Rosalind split up when he was six years old, making him an only child. He made his acting debut in the 1967 film “Accident” when he was just eight years old, but he never pursued acting again. When he was 15 years old, his mother remarried an ex-Marine named Peter Maclaine, who promptly threw him out of the house. After appearing as a “Go Go” dancer at London’s Windmill Theatre, he changed his surname to Caulfield and headed to New York to pursue acting.

Maxwell’s career began with a cameo appearance on the 1980s TV series “Ryan’s Hope,” He went on to achieve significant popularity with his portrayal of Michael in the 1982 film “Grease 2.” Next, in 1985, he played Miles Colby in the TV series “Dynasty” (1985-1986), a role he later repeated in the spinoff series “The Colbys” (1985-1987). In the same year, he also appeared in “Til We Meet Again” (1989) and “Beverly Hills, 90210” as a guest star (1990). The money he made from all of these jobs was substantial.

Beginning in 1991 with “Dynasty: The Reunion,” in which he once again portrayed Miles Colby, Maxwell went on to star in a string of successful films throughout the ’90s. These included “Waxwork II: Lost in Time,” directed by Anthony Hickox, in which he played Mickey; “No Escape, No Return,” in which he portrayed William Robert Sloan; and “Ipi Tombi,” in which he portrayed Martin Gilbert (1994). While appearing in films like “Oblivion 2: Backlash” (1996) and “Divine Lovers” (1997), he was hired the following year as Alistair Smythe on the TV series “Spider-Man,” a role he played until 1998. His wealth skyrocketed after he landed the part of Rafe Barrett on the TV series “Strip Mall” in 2000; the show ran for one season.

Maxwell’s career didn’t alter much in the new century; he still appeared in movies and TV shows, including “Facing the Enemy” (2001) and “Casualty” (2003–2004), and he played Tom in “Dog Lover’s Symphony” (2006). The roles of Alex McDowell in 2007’s “Nightmare City 2035,” Sheriff Parker in 2009’s “Dire Wolf,” and Mark Wylde in 2009-2010’s “Emmerdale” (TV) added to Maxwell’s wealth at the end of the decade.

To further his career, as of the middle of 2017, Maxwell has not been seen in many feature films. In 2013, he had a guest starring role as Richard DeVanity on the television series “DeVanity,” and he has since had a few lesser appearances. As of late, we know he’ll play Rex in “Those Who Wander” and Ray Moritz in “Axcellerator,” both set to release in 2017. His bank account balance will almost probably rise as a result of that.

Maxwell Caulfield and his wife, Juliet Mills, have been married since 1980 and have kids. His better half is 18 years his senior.

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