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Name: Max Gail  
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Date of Birth: 5th April 1943
Place of Birth: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Profession: Actor
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Max Gail & Floyd Red Crow Westerman on set of Tillamook Treasure

Max Gail (born April 5, 1943 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American actor who has starred in television and film roles. He is best known for his TV character Det. Stan 'Wojo' Wojeciehowicz from Barney Miller. Gail's best known film role was for D.C. Cab (1983) as Harold, the owner of a taxi company. He recently had a lead role as 'Grandpa Jack' in the feature film "Tillamook Treasure".

Gail has starred in other TV series, including Whiz Kids (1983) as Llewellan Farley, Jr., and in the short lived Normal Life (1990). He is currently getting ready to star in the series Sons & Daughters (2006).

Gail has made many guest appearances on TV shows, including Cannon, The Streets of San Francisco, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and The Drew Carey Show.

Gail runs a production company called "Full Circle", which has done documentaries on such things as Agent Orange, Native Americans, and nuclear issues.

He survived his wife Willie Bier, who died of cancer in 1986. Max remarried to a lady named Nan, they have two children and are also raising Nan's nephew.

Selected filmography

  • Tillamook Treasure (2006)
  • Angst (2006)
  • Perceptions (2005)
  • Truth and Dare (2003)
  • facing the Enemy (2001)
  • Mind Rage (2000)
  • Natually Native (1998)
  • Good Luck (1996)
  • Forrest Warrior (1996)
  • Pontiac Moon (1994)
  • Street Crimes (1992)
  • Heartbreakers (1984)
  • D.C. Cab (1983)
  • Cardiac Arrest (1980)

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