Max Goldblatt

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Max Goldblatt
Born Max Oliver Goldblatt
(1983-01-29) January 29, 1983 (age 31)
Los Angeles, United States
Occupation Actor, writer, director

Max Oliver Goldblatt (born January 29, 1983 in Los Angeles) is an American actor, writer and director. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 2005.[1] He is the son of American Cinema Editor Mark Goldblatt. He briefly worked in a renaissance faire as a blacksmith.

Film maker[edit]

Max is writer, editor and director of 2005's critically acclaimed short film Kinetoscope, a twisted horror fantasy.

Kinetoscope was an Official Selection at: Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Cinequest (San Jose), New Haven Film Festival, Boston Underground Film Festival, Winnipeg International Film Festival, Reel Jews Film Festival (New York), Rooftop Film Festival (Brooklyn), Film Independent's Spirit Awards/Los Angeles Film Festival's Cinema Lounge and the Northamption Independent Film Festival.

Actor[edit]

Max Goldblatt is noted for his role of Phillip Grubenov in the 1995 film Heavyweights, about the adventures of teenagers attending an American 'fat camp.'

He had a side role in 1998's My Giant.

Film[edit]

  • Death to the Tinman (2007) .... Narrator
  • Jettison Your Loved Ones (2005) .... Sam
  • Egg (2005) .... Bird Child No. 1
  • 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001) .... Impersonator No. 2
  • My Giant (1998) .... Jerry
  • Sticks and Stones (1996) .... Book
  • Bushwhacked (1995/I) .... Barnhill
  • Heavyweights (1995) .... Phillip Grubenov

Television[edit]

  • The Good Life, episode "John Hurts His Leg or Tales from the Crip" (1994) .... Billy

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