Max Adler

Max Adler

actor, producer, writer

Max Adler was born on Jan 17, 1986 in USA. Max Adler's big-screen debut came with Viva Laughlin - Season 1 directed by Don Kurt in 2007, strarring Chuck. Max Adler is known for The Trial of the Chicago 7 directed by Aaron Sorkin, Eddie Redmayne stars as Tom Hayden and Alex Sharp as Rennie Davis. Max Adler has got 1 awards and 2 nominations so far. The most recent award Max Adler achieved is St. Tropez Film Festival. The upcoming new tvshow Max Adler plays is The Guardians of Justice (Will Save You!) - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 01, 2022.

Born in Queens, New York and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona, Adler moved to Los Angeles immediately after graduating high school to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Max Adler, a cast member of the Golden Globe Winner for Best Television Series - Comedy (Glee) and a Screen Actors Guild Award nominee for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (Glee) moved on from his groundbreaking role as the slushy throwing homophobic bully Dave Karofsky on Glee to tackle another controversial, buzzed about character, Tank, in the Peabody Award winning series Switched at Birth. Adler then worked with Woody Allen in Cafe Society, Clint Eastwood in Sully, was recently a lead in the film Mope, based on the shocking true story, which premiered at Sundance 2019, and can also be seen in front of the camera in Aaron Sorkin's Trial of the Chicago 7, which Adler also co-executive produced, and behind the camera as Executive Producer of Foster Boy. He has recurred on the soap opera Young & The Restless, and has guest starred in such shows as The Big Bang Theory, Bones, Criminal Minds, The Flash and much more. Adler is also heavily involved with GLAAD, The Trevor Project, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association, constantly raising money and awareness.

  • Birthday

    Jan 17, 1986
  • Place of Birth

    Queens, New York City, New York, USA

Known For


1 wins & 2 nominations

St. Tropez Film Festival
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - March Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows