Max Landwirth is an actor, producer, philanthropist and visionary who was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. In 2010, he moved to Orange, California to attend Chapman University where he studied Screen Acting, Film Production, and Psychology. There, Max had the opportunity to work on dozens of student films, both in front of and behind the camera. In 2012, Max interned at John Wells Productions, where he learned the essentials of script coverage, production budgets, and the casting process. It was at John Wells Productions where he observed and became enthralled with how a professional production company operates. It was also at Chapman where Max was introduced to Eastern philosophies and some of the daily practices of the ancient wisdom traditions, such as meditation, yoga, and mindful-awareness.
After graduating from Chapman in 2014, Max moved to Los Angeles where he founded Landwirth Legacy Productions, a new entertainment company for socially conscious media. He is also currently on the NextGen board of trustees for the Fanny Landwirth Foundation, and is a member of the grassroots, LGBTQ collective for the Intergenerational Queer Anthology. Please visit www.landwirthlegacy.com for more information.