Maxime Alvarez de Toledo          

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MAXIME DE TOLEDO is an actor and singer who recently appeared on TV in

The Sopranos, All My Children and Guiding Light. Since making his American

film debut in One Last Thing, starring Ethan Hawke and Cynthia Nixon, as part

of the Tribeca Film Festival 2006, he was seen in Foulard (Teacher, Cannes

Film Festival 2007), The Women (The Man), The Last Beat (Marcos), The Dead

(Hank) and Ten Easy Steps of Being Dead inside (Zach).


On the New York stage, Maxime recently made his Metropolitan Opera debut,

appearing as the Priest inquisitor in the new production of Don Carlo. Prior to

that, Maxime was heard in Showboat (Carnegie Hall), Camelot (Live from Lincoln

Center on PBS, with the New York Philarmonic) and the New York production

of Yank (Mitch, opposite Bobby Steggert). Other New York credits include the

off-Broadway productions of Oh Lady Lady! (Willoughby), and Mademoiselle

Modiste (Rene), A Life in the Theater, The Rhythm of Life: a Cy Coleman

Celebration, and Soloist in a gala concert with Marin Mazzie under the direction

of Paul Gemignani.


Regionally, Maxime just finished portraying Jean-Pierre in Theater Works

Hartford’s production of This. He also appeared in the acclaimed version of

Camelot at the Schubert Theater in Boston, playing Lancelot with the North

Shore Music Theatre, a role he later reprised with the Goodspeed Opera House.

Other regional credits include The Sound of Music (Captain Von Trapp), Gigi

(Gaston Lachaille), Hair (Tribe) and Titanic (Charles Lightoller) and Spring is

Here (Stacy Haydon).


Trained as a classical singer, Maxime performed many operatic roles throughout

the world including both Giovanni and Leporello (Don Giovanni), Don Alfonso

(Cosi fan Tutte), Colline (La Bohême), Publio (La Clemenza di Tito), Zuniga

(Carmen), Truffaldino (Ariadne auf Naxos), and Dottore (La Traviata). Concert

works include Opera Scenes Concerts around Japan, Haydn’s Seven Last

Words in Sicily and Mozart’s Requiem.


Also active in contemporary music, Maxime can be heard in the world premiere

recordings of Pasatieri’s The Seagull (Sorin) by Chekov, Ward’s Roman Fever

(Eduardo) and Eyerly’s The House of the Seven Gables (Lord Mayor). All three

recordings have been released on Albany Records.


A native of Paris with Franco-Spanish origins, Maxime is fluent in English, French

and Italian and also speaks Spanish, German and basic Chinese. He currently

lives in New York City.