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From 1986 to 1990, Wright appeared in the sitcom ALF as Willie Tanner, a typical father of a middle-class family, who finds an alien who has crash-landed on Earth. Despite becoming his best-known performance, the actor despised the role due to its huge technical demands and the fact that he, a human, played a supporting character for an.

Another dope smoking gay celebrity. I was shocked by this one myself. Can't wait to find that video.

Saturday, May 05, 2007

Max Wright

Max Wright is an actor (born August 2, 1943) who has appeared in several sitcoms and movies during his career. Wright has made appearances in TV shows such as WKRP in Cincinnati, was a regular cast member in ALF, Misfits of Science, Buffalo Bill, The Norm Show, and appeared in the first two seasons of the popular sitcom Friends, as Terry, the manager of Central Perk. He has also appeared in movies such as Soul Man and the made-for-TV adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand.
Wright is best known for his role as role as Willie Tanner on the late-1980s hit sitcom ALF where he played the father in a family that took in and adopted an alien who happened to crash land into his garage. Wright's character on the show was very wholesome, and the entire show was oriented toward families and kids. It was intended to be a sitcom that the whole family could watch.
To the casual observer Wright appeared to have it all. He had what appeared to be a happy marriage and a successful acting career. Wright, however, was hiding a dark secret - a penchant for smoking crack and having unprotected sex with homeless men. Surprisingly, the supermarket tabloid The National Enquirer was the news source that blew the cover off of Max Wright's hedonistic and dangerous lifestyle.
The National Enquirer posted an expose on Wright after acquiring homemade sex tapes showing Wright having smoking crack and having gay sex with a random homeless man he had literally just met. In one of the videos Max is shown having a discussion with his gay lover and a homeless man regarding the best way to smoke crack and then later telling him lover that the homeless man with whom he just had sex was 'hot.'
Wright's former gay lover said:
'His life was so out of control that he didn't care about exposure to AIDS.
..
We would meet twice a week and pick up homeless men, take them home and pay them $100 for sex.
Max had unprotected sex with me and with the homeless guys. And he did drugs with me and the homeless men.
Max even agreed to let me film two gay sex videos with him. They're both with homeless men we picked up on the street!'

Wright was also arrested in 2000 and in 2003 for drunken driving. For all of the reasons discussed above, Max Wright is one washed-up celebrity!
Here are scans of the National Enquirer article (click on the images for a larger view):

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Born
George Edward Maxwell Wright

August 2, 1943
DiedJune 26, 2019 (aged 75)
Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.
OccupationActor
Years active1974–2005
Spouse(s)
Children2

George Edward Maxwell Wright (August 2, 1943 – June 26, 2019), credited professionally as Max Wright, was an American actor, best known for his role as Willie Tanner on the sitcomALF.

  • 1Career
    • 1.1Film and television
  • 4Filmography

Career[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Wright appeared on television shows such as WKRP in Cincinnati,[1] and was a regular cast member on Misfits of Science,[2]AfterMASH,[3]Buffalo Bill,[4] and The Norm Show,[2] and the made-for-TV adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand.[5] He appeared in the first and second seasons of the sitcom Friends as Terry, the manager of Central Perk.[4] He played Günter Wendt in the 1998 HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon[6] and Dr. Josef Mengele in Playing for Time.[7]Jmatpro keygen software.

ALF[edit]

From 1986 to 1990, Wright appeared in the sitcom ALF as Willie Tanner, a typical father of a middle-class family, who finds an alien who has crash-landed on Earth. Despite becoming his best-known performance, the actor despised the role due to its huge technical demands and the fact that he, a human, played a supporting character for an 'inanimate object'. 'It was hard work and very grim', he stated in a 2000 interview to People.[8] He was also, reportedly, very happy when the show was canceled in 1990. 'I was hugely eager to have it over with', he said in the same interview. According to his co-star in the show, Anne Schedeen, 'there was one take, and Max walked off the set, went to his dressing room, got his bags, went to his car and disappeared. Nobody had to say, ‘Wrap,’ and there were no goodbyes'.[8]

Stage[edit]

Wright also had a stage career. In 1968, he appeared in the original production of The Great White Hope at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.[1] In 1998, he appeared on Broadway in Ivanov, which garnered him a Tony nomination,[1] and played Sir Andrew in Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.[9] In 2007, he acted at the JET (Jewish Ensemble Theatre) in Detroit[10] and in the production of No Man's Land at the American Repertory Theater.[11] He also appeared in The Public Theater's 2010 production of The Winter's Tale and The Merchant of Venice at Shakespeare in the Park festivals.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Wright was married to Linda Ybarrondo from 1965 until her death from breast cancer in 2017. The couple had two children.[2][4][13] Wright was twice arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, in 2000[14] and 2003.[15]

Death[edit]

In 1995, he was diagnosed with lymphoma, which was successfully treated and remained in remission until 2019.[16] On June 26, 2019, Wright died from lymphoma at the age of 75. Although it was initially reported he died at his home in Hermosa Beach, California, Wright's daughter Daisy told The New York Times her father had died at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey.[16][17][18][19]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotesRef.
1979Last EmbraceSecond Commuter
  • Mystery-thriller filmdirected by Jonathan Demme
  • Based on the novel The 13th Man by Murray Teigh Bloom
[20][6]
All That JazzJoshua PennDrama-musical film directed by Bob Fosse and written by Robert Alan Aurthur & Fosse[6]
1980SimonLeon HundertwasserComedy-science fiction film directed ans written by Marshall Brickman
1981RedsFloyd DellBiographical-historical drama directed by Warren Beatty and written by Beatty & Trevor Griffiths
1983The Sting IIFloor ManagerCrime film directed by Jeremy Paul Kagan
1985Fraternity VacationMillard TvedtComedy film directed by James Frawley
1986Touch and GoLesterRomantic film directed by Robert Mandel
Soul ManDr. AronsonRomantic film directed by Steve Miner
1988Going to the ChapelHoward HaldaneComedy film directed by Paul Lynch[21]
1994The ShadowBergerAction-adventure film directed by Russell Mulcahy[6]
1995Grumpier Old MenCounty Health InspectorComedy film directed by Howard Deutch
1999A Midsummer Night's DreamRobin Starveling
  • Comedy film directed and written by Michael Hoffman
  • Based on William Shakespearecomedicplayof the same name
Snow Falling on CedarsHorace Whaley
  • Mystery film directed by Scott Hicks and written by Ron Bass & Hicks
  • Based on the novel of the same name by David Guterson
[6][22]
2002EasterZaddock Pratt
  • Comedy film directed and written by Richard Caliban
  • Based on Will Scheffer's play of the same name
[23]

Television[6][edit]

  • Great Performances (1974, Episode: 'In Fashion') as Etienne
  • Red Alert (1977, TV Movie)
  • Playing for Time (1980, TV Movie) as Dr. Mengele
  • For Ladies Only (1981, TV Movie) as Shakespeare Director
  • Hart to Hart (1982, Episode: 'Hart of Diamonds') as Dr. Robert Chase
  • CBS Afternoon Playhouse (1982, 1 episode)
  • WKRP in Cincinnati (1982, 2 episodes) as Frank Bartman
  • Taxi (1982, Episode: 'The Road Not Taken: Part 2') as Mr. Ambrose
  • Tales from the Darkside (1983, Episode: 'Trick or Treat' (Pilot)) as Mr. Bundle
  • Buffalo Bill (1983–1984, 25 episodes) as Karl Shub
  • AfterMASH (1984, Episode: 'Less Miserables') as Burt Philbrick
  • The Boy Who Loved Trolls (1984, TV Movie) as Secretary
  • E/R (1984, Episode: 'Mr. Fix-It') as Marvin Brock
  • Scandal Sheet (1985, TV Movie) as Stan Clark
  • Code Name: Foxfire (1 episode, 1985, Episode: 'Slay It Again, Sam')
  • Benson (1985, Episode: 'Mid-life Cowboy') as Bernard
  • Konrad (1985, TV Movie) as Dr. Al Monford
  • Misfits of Science (1985, TV Movie) as Dick Stetmeyer
  • Misfits of Science (1985–1986, 15 episodes) as Dick Stetmeyer
  • Cheers (1986, 2 episodes) as Jim Fleener
  • ALF (1986-2004, 99 episodes) as Willie Tanner
  • Comedy Factory (1986, Episode: 'The Faculty')
  • Liberty (1986, TV Movie) as Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
  • Faerie Tale Theatre (1987, Episode: 'The Dancing Princesses') as Prince Heinrick
  • Murder, She Wrote (1991, Episode: 'The Taxman Cometh') as Gerald Yelverton
  • Ghostwriter (1992, 4 episodes) as Mr. Brinker
  • Quantum Leap (1992, 2 episodes) as Doc Kinman
  • The Powers That Be (1992, Episode: 'Sophie's Big Decision') as Justice Reynolds
  • Dudley (1993, 6 episodes) as Paul
  • Murphy Brown (1993, Episode: 'All the Life That's Fit to Print') as Marshall Corwin
  • Roc (1993, Episode: 'Shove It Up Your Asprin') as Mr. Cole
  • Monty (1994, Episode: 'Wild, Wild Willy and His O.K. Corral') .. Wild, Wild Willy
  • The Stand (1994, 2 episodes) as Dr. Herbert Denninger
  • White Mile (1994, TV Movie) as Bill Spencer
  • A Mother's Gift (1995, TV Movie) as Herman Mandelbrot
  • Friends (1994-1995, 2 episodes) as Terry
  • The John Larroquette Show (1996, Episode: 'Some Call Them Beasts') as Jackson Bishop
  • Early Edition (1996, Episode: 'Thief Swipes Mayor's Dog') as Mayor Mike Garfield
  • High Incident (1996, Episode: 'Change Partners') as Gass
  • Dead by Midnight (1997, TV Movie) as Dr. Jonas Reilly
  • From the Earth to the Moon (1998, Episode: 'We Have Cleared the Tower') as Guenter Wendt
  • Twelfth Night, or What You Will (1998, TV Movie) as Sir Andrew Aguecheek
  • Mad About You (1998, Episode: 'Season Opener') as Man in Elevator
  • The Drew Carey Show (1999, Episode: 'Drew's Stomachache') as Drew's Stomach
  • The Norm Show (1999-2001, 49 episodes) as Max Denby
  • A Minute with Stan Hooper (2003, Episode: 'Stan Hooper Goes to Washington') as The Mayor
  • Back to Norm (2005, TV Movie) as Uncle Joe (final film role)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ abcAlexander, Bryan. 'Max Wright, who played Willie Tanner on TV's 'ALF', dies at 75'. USA Today. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  3. ^Thomas Didymus, John. 'ALF star Max Wright dead at 75: Cause of death linked to cancer'. Monsters & Critics. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  4. ^ abc'Max Wright: Star of Alf and Buffalo Bill dies aged 75'. BBC. 27 June 2019. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  5. ^Victoria Clark, Anne. 'ALF Star Max Wright Has Passed Away'. Vulture. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  6. ^ abcdef'Max Wright'. TV Guide. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  7. ^'Playing for Time'. Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  8. ^ ab'Alf: 1986-1990'. People. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  9. ^Gans, Andrew. 'Max Wright, Tony Nominee and Dad on TV's Alf, Dies at 75'. Playbill. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  10. ^'A beautiful production opens JET season'. pridesource.com. Archived from the original on 2011-09-29. Retrieved 2010-08-04.
  11. ^'No Man's Land'. americanrepertorytheater.org.
  12. ^'The Public Theater's website'. Publictheater.org. 2006-08-22. Archived from the original on 2012-11-21. Retrieved 2012-12-15.
  13. ^Haring, Bruce (June 26, 2019). 'Max Wright Dies: Father On '80s Sitcom 'Alf' Was 75'. Deadline Hollywood. United States: Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  14. ^Wolk, Josh (January 11, 2000). 'Alanis Morissette will direct a movie'. Entertainment Weekly. United States: Meredith Corporation. Retrieved December 15, 2012.
  15. ^Associated Press (August 28, 2003). 'Former 'Alf' actor faces DWI count'. USA Today. McLean, Virginia: Gannett Company. Retrieved December 15, 2012.
  16. ^ abMerrett, Robyn (June 26, 2019). 'ALF Star Max Wright Dies at 75 Following Decades-Long Battle with Lymphoma'. People. United States: Meredith Corporation. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  17. ^Padnani, Amisha. 'Max Wright, Who Went From Theater Roles to 'ALF,' Dies at 75'. The New York Times. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  18. ^Anderson, Natasha (June 26, 2019). 'Report: 'Alf' star Max Wright passes away at 75'. WJW. Cleveland: Tribune Broadcasting. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  19. ^Mike Barnes (26 June 2019). 'Max Wright, Who Played the Dad on 'ALF,' Dies at 75'. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 30 June 2019.
  20. ^Bloom, Murray Teigh (1977). The 13th Man. London: Macmillan Publishers. ASINB001KJ8SYU.
  21. ^'Going to the Chapel'. Rotten Tomatoes. United States: Fandango Media. Retrieved June 28, 2019.
  22. ^Guterson, David (1995). Snow Falling on Cedars (1st ed.). New York City: Vintage Books. ISBN978-0679764021.
  23. ^McCarthy, Todd. 'Easter'. Variety. United States: Variety Media, LLC. (Penske Media Corporation). Retrieved June 28, 2019.

External links[edit]

  • Max Wright on IMDb
  • Max Wright at Find a Grave
  • Max Wright at the Internet Broadway Database
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