Caulfield's Broadway credits include Once a Catholic, An Inspector Calls and Billy Flynn in Chicago. Off-Broadway, he has appeared in Tryst, My Night With Reg, My Deah, Entertaining Mr. Sloane and Paradise Lost.
Caulfield starred for two years on the BBC television drama "Casualty." American film credits include "The Real Blonde," "Empire Records" and "The Boys Next Door." He is well-know to screen audiences for his performances as Michael Carrington in the musical film "Grease 2" and as Miles Colby on TV's "Dynasty."
|Full given name:||Maxwell Peter John Caulfield|
|Current audition song/monologue:|| Song: "Sunset Boulevard"
|Skill/talent you wish you had or were better at:||High diving|
|First Broadway/West End show you ever saw:|| Broadway: Frank Langella's Dracula in 1978
West End: David Essex in Godspell in 1972
|If you could go back in time and catch any show, what would it be?||James Dean in See the Jaguar|
|Current show you have been recommending to friends:||The Importance of Being Earnest and Priscilla Queen of the Desert|
|Favorite showtune of all time:||"The Jet Song" from West Side Story.|
|Three favorite musicals:|| Dreamgirls
A Chorus Line
Guys and Dolls
|Favorite contemporary plays:|| War Horse
God of Carnage
|One play/musical badly in need of a revival:||My Fair Lady|
|Stage or screen star of the past you would most love to have performed with:||Bette Davis|
|The one performance – attended - that you will never forget:||John Malkovich in True West|
|Music that makes you cry, any genre:||Violin concertos|
|MAC or PC?||MAC|
|Most played song on your iPod:||"Greatest Day" by Take That|
|Most-visited website:|| 10kswim.com
|Last book you read:||"A Strange Eventful History" by Michael Holroyd|
|Last good movie you saw:||"Animal Kingdom"|
|Some films you consider classics:|| "Apocalypse Now"
"From Here to Eternity"
”Some Like It Hot”
|Must-see TV shows:||"Lights Out"|
|Performer you would drop everything to go see:||Al Pacino|
|Pop culture guilty pleasure:||"Austin Powers" movies|
|Three favorite cities:||New York, London, Edinburgh|
|Favorite sport/team/player:||Soccer, Chelsea, Florent Malouda|
|First CD/Tape/LP you owned:||"The Original Soundtrack" by 10cc|
|First stage kiss:||A school production of The Boyfriend|
|Favorite or most memorable onstage role as a child/teenager:||Iron in Class Enemy|
|Moment you knew you wanted to perform for a living:||When I played Kilroy in a school production of Camino Real|
|How you got your Equity card:||Understudying the Broadway production of Once a Catholic|
|Favorite pre-/post- show meal:||Salad bar at Lenny's|
|Favorite liquid refreshment:||Guinness stout|
|Worst flubbed line/missed cue/onstage mishap:||Opening line in the first preview of Cactus Flower- I went COMPLETELY blank!|
|Pre-show rituals or warm-ups:||A 10-minute compressed yoga session|
|Worst costume ever:||Horsehair blanket on a sunburnt body in The Elephant Man|
|Worst job you ever had:||Skinning chickens in Indian restaurant on Columbus Avenue|
|Who would play you in the movie?||English actor Lyndon Ogbourne|
|Some of your favorite screen/commercial gigs:|| Shane in "Sundown"
Silas in "Dragon Storm"
Bob in "The Real Blonde"
|Leading man role you've been dying to play:||King Arthur in Spamalot|
|Career you would want if not a performer:||Mountain climbing instructor|
|Three things you can't live without:||Juliet, pool, bright lights|
|Something about you that surprises people:||I'm a bird fancier.|
|"I'll never understand why…"||...there are so many guns in the world.|
|Words of wisdom for aspiring performers?||Be able to do it all!|