His father is an Italian immigrant.
His height is 6' 0¾" (1.85 m).
While in college, Max completed more than 500 skydiving jumps.
Max has two siblings, a brother, Christopher, and a sister, Michelle.
Max has two sons, Sean Carlo and Leo.
Max likes boxing and watching rodeos.
Max is an avid motorcyclist, and has participated in Southern California's "The Love Drive."
Max was the kicker for his high school football team. During his time on the team, they won a state championship.
After high school, he was planning on trying out for the Seattle Seahawks, but a hamstring injury sidelined him.
Max attended Santa Monica High School, where he was on the football team.
Max helped found the Theatre North Collaborative in New York City, which works with both American and Canadian actors to produce unseen works from both countries.
Max did theater work during college.
Max is fluent in Italian.
Max and Leslie Hope both attended St. Michael's University School in Victoria, B.C. in 1981-1982. Max was in seventh grade and Leslie was in twelfth grade.
Max put himself through college by teaching skydiving.
As of 2008, Max lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and two sons.
Max married Kim Restell in 1997. They have two boys.
Max attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and received a BFA in painting and sculpture.
Max is a citizen of the United States, Canada and Italy.
One of Max's nicknames is: The Frage.
Max is the step-son of Stuart Margolin.