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Max Schneider

Maxwell George Schneider, better known by the mononym MAX, is an American singer-songwriter and actor, signed to Arista and Sony RED. In 2018, MAX's single "Lights Down Low" went double platinum in the US, Platinum in Canada, and Gold in Australia. This led to MAX being named an iHeart 2019 'Best New Pop Artist' nominee, and, in 2020, his single "Love Me Less" went Gold in the US and Canada, followed up by performances on '"Jimmy Kimmel Live!, TODAY, and LIVE with Kelly and Ryan.

Birth name Maxwell George Schneider
Born June 21, 1992, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, actor, dancer, model
Instruments Vocals, ukulele, piano, keyboards
Years active 2008–present
Labels Arista, Sony RED, DCD2
Associated acts Party Pupils, Kurt Hugo Schneider, AJR, Suga

About Max Schneider

Singer known under the stage name MAX who became an iHeart 2019 Best New Pop Artist nominee. He first gained fame through his acting, playing Zander Robbins on the Nickelodeon series How to Rock. He also starred as the lead in the 2012 TV movie Rags and toured with Victoria Justice on her Make it in America tour in 2012.

Max Schneider before fame

He began acting at the age of three, and won the YoungArts Theater Award in 2010.

Achievement of Max Schneider

He co-wrote the song "Show You How To Do" for Disney's hit series Shake It Up. He released his debut album Hell's Kitchen Angel in 2016.

Max Schneider family life

He married volleyball player Emily Cannon in April 2016. They welcomed a daughter named Edie in December 2020.

Associations of Max Schneider

He has modeled with Madonna for Dolce And Gabbana. He has collaborated with Suga from BTS.

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Latest information about Max Schneider updated on August 01 2021.