MAXWELL CAULFIELD (Albert) began his acting career in the summer of 1978 at the present day New York Theatre Workshop. He next earned a Theatre World Award for British import Class Enemy, which was shortly followed by the title role in the celebrated revival of Entertaining Mr. Sloane at Cherry Lane Theatre. He starred in Grease 2 opposite a then-unknown Michelle Pfeiffer, then Salonika at The Public Theater starring Jessica Tandy, followed by time ABC’s “The Colbys” as Charlton Heston’s wayward son. Among his cult film roles: The Boys Next Door; Empire Records; and Tom Di Cillo’s satire The Real Blonde, in which Maxwell portrayed the narcissistic soap opera actor and part-time waiter Bob. He has worked for both The New Group in My Night with Reg as well as MTC in Charles Busch’s Our Leading Lady. On Broadway he appeared in the Tony-winning production of An Inspector Calls and had a brief engagement as Billy Flynn in Chicago after a highly successful run in the West End production. Of late he has toured the U.K. in major productions of Guys and Dolls, Singin’ in the Rain and Bedroom Farce with his wife of over three decades Juliet Mills, whom he first met when director Jack Hofsiss cast them together in his much-lauded production of The Elephant Man.