Max Gail - Famous Film Producer

Max Gail Net Worth


Famous American actor, Max Gail has a net worth of $6 million. Known for his outstanding performances in television series and films such as Barney Miller and 42, Gail also runs his own production company called Full Circle which produces documentaries.

Key facts:

The key achievements of Max Gail mentioned in the text are:
  • Best known for starring as Det. Stan 'Wojo' Wojciehowicz in the television series Barney Miller from 1975 to 1982
  • Starred as Llewellyn Farley, Jr. in the TV series Whiz Kids from 1983 to 1984
  • Played the role of Max Harlow in the TV series Normal Life in 199
  • Starred as Wendal Halbert in the television series Sons & Daughters from 2006 to 2007
  • Played the character of Jack in the TV series Gary Unmarried from 2008 to 2009
  • Starred as Forrest's Father in the series Review in 2015
  • Founded his own production company called Full Circle which is known for documentaries
  • Nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Variety or Music Series for Barney Miller in 1979
It is clear that Max Gail has done some remarkable work in the entertainment industry, both in television and film. He has been recognized for his acting skills with award nominations, and his work outside of acting showcases his diverse talents.

Basic Information About Max Gail

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Businessperson, Film Producer
Net worth$6,000,000
Date of birth1943-04-05 (81 years old)
Place of birthDetroit
NationalityUnited States of America
Height6 ft (1.829 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

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Max Gail roles

Movie / Series Role
42Burt Shotton
The Last Full MeasureHaley
The HeroGary Babcock
Dirty HarryTunnel Hoodlum (uncredited)
Night MovesStud (as Maxwell Gail Jr.)
All Together NowMr. Linder
DexterBanana Boat Tour Guide 1 episode, 2007
Criminal MindsConrad Winmar 1 episode, 2009
Mad MenFloyd 1 episode, 2015
Quantum LeapGeorge Sanders 1 episode, 1993
Barney MillerDirector
Barney MillerDet. Stan 'Wojo' Wojciehowicz 170 episodes, 1975-1982
LongmireThomas Hoyt 1 episode, 2015
Gary UnmarriedJack 7 episodes, 2008-2009
Harry's LawGerald Essex 1 episode, 2011
The Cool KidsRobert 1 episode, 2018
Home ImprovementOfficer Carl Keegan 1 episode, 1995
EntourageMax Gail 1 episode, 2007
Murder, She WroteStanley Holmes 1 episode, 1989
PsychJerry Carp 2 episodes, 2012-2013
LegitJudge 1 episode, 2013
ReviewForrest's Father 10 episodes, 2015
Dr. Quinn, Medicine WomanMr. Edwin James 1 episode, 1996
Chicago HopeCaleb Cline 1 episode, 1998
Tales of the UnexpectedCharlie 1 episode, 1985
Doogie Howser, M.D.Mr. Bailey 1 episode, 1992
Hawaii Five-0Bill Walker 1 episode, 2017
PerceptionJohn O'Hare 1 episode, 2014
The Streets of San FranciscoDonald Wilton 1 episode, 1976
Days of Our LivesMerle 5 episodes, 2007
The Drew Carey ShowLes 1 episode, 2001
Amazing StoriesDuncan Moore 1 episode, 1987
Whiz KidsDirector
Whiz KidsLlewellen Farley, Jr. / ... 18 episodes, 1983-1984
Trapper John, M.D.Barney Tinker 1 episode, 1985
LifeDr. Jackson Bridger 1 episode, 2008
Walker, Texas RangerDan Lundy 2 episodes, 1995
MatlockLt. Chet Webber 2 episodes, 1988
Beyond Belief: Fact or FictionGrandpa Buck Randall / ... 2 episodes, 1997
CannonEddie Abner / ... 2 episodes, 1971-1972
Recovery RoadMort 1 episode, 2016

Max Gail's Quotes

  • So I got into social and environmental justice possibilities. It started as local access places before we had computers in our pockets. I started LAP (; it became about dialogue and getting people to work together - a dialogue is a conversation with a center instead of sides
  • When I sidestepped into acting in San Francisco, which was for me a great time of connecting to my innermost feelings, I was more of a science geek, an economics guy. But even as I was exploring Carl Jung and psychiatry, it was acting that opened my interior and sensibilities. I started writing songs. It wasn't like, "Oh, I'm going to write a song at this time," it was more like rhymes would come to me easily.
  • I learned how good the actors on soaps are, you know, to work at the speed they do, but also that a story can unfold over a period of time, and so that was a draw because, you know, it's touched my life in some ways.
  • [on why he built his Malibu Point home with circles, arches, and no straight lines] The circle is really the central metaphor of spirituality.
  • [on his return to television after the death of his first wife] When I came back, I did a show with Frank Zappa's two older kids, Moon and Dweezil. They were cool, I loved the Zappas, but the show itself, I mean the network was clueless as to what it was about these guys that made it an interesting show. They just thought that Dweezil was another Kirk Cameron and Moon was somehow along for the ride. And so I just, I just kinda dropped out of all that, and then got into Mosaic and those possibilities.

Interesting Facts about Max Gail

  1. Gail runs his own production company, Full Circle, which has done documentaries on such things as Agent Orange, Native Americans, and nuclear issues.
  2. After his first wife's death from cancer in 1986, Gail stayed home to raise his daughter, India (b. 1984). With his second wife, Nan, they have two children - Max (b. 1990) and Grace (b. 1993). They also raised Nan's nephew, Delondon (b. 1979).
  3. Gail holds a B.A. in Economics and a Masters in International Finance.
  4. Before becoming an established actor, he taught school, played piano in bars, and was construction worker and a waiter.
  5. Gail credits the collaborative environment of the police station comedy, "Barney Miller" which ran from 1975 to 1982, with stimulating some of the series' innovations: it was one of the first contemporary comedies to shoot with the director on the floor rather than in the control room, to eliminate the studio audience and to edit rather than relying on live switching.
  6. Gail's appearance on the 20 March 2018 episode of General Hospital (1963) (Episode #1.14041) as Mike Corbin marked his 18th appearance in the television series. This is the most appearances that he has made on a single series since his 17 appearances on Whiz Kids (1983) as Llewellen Farley (1983-1984). The most appearances he has made in a single series during his career to date was 170 appearances as Detective Sergeant Stanley Wojciehowicz on Barney Miller (1975) (from 1975-82).
  7. Gail's performance of the song "Summer Wind" on a 2018 Nurses' Ball episode of General Hospital (1963) (Episode #1.14085, 21 May 2018) was reminiscent of the 1966 Frank Sinatra release of the song, including Sinatra's signature wool fedora.
  8. While remodeling his West Malibu home to include circular rooms, arches, and no straight lines, Gail lived in a teepee on the property.
  9. Has a twin sister named Mary and two other sets of twin girls in his family.

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