Max Showalter

Biography

Max Showalter (June 2, 1917 – July 30, 2000), also credited as Casey Adams, was an American film, television, and stage actor, as well as a composer, pianist, and singer. One of Showalter's most memorable roles was as Jean Peters' character's husband in the 1953 film Niagara.

35 titles Acting

6.8

Racing with the Moon

1984 · Mr. Arthur, Piano Teacher

7.1

Sixteen Candles

1984 · Grandpa Fred

6.0

10

1979 · Reverend

6.2

Bonnie's Kids

1973 · Frank

6.4

The Anderson Tapes

1971 · Bingham

6.0

The Moonshine War

1970 · Mr. Worthman

4.8

A Talent for Loving

1969 · Franklin

6.6

Lord Love a Duck

1966 · Howard Greene

6.6

How to Murder Your Wife

1965 · Tobey Rawlins

6.5

Sex and the Single Girl

1964 · Holmes

7.1

Fate Is the Hunter

1964 · Dan Crawford

7.0

Move Over, Darling

1963 · Hotel Desk Clerk

6.9

My Six Loves

1963 · B. J. Smith

7.7

The Music Man

1962 · Traveling salesman on train

5.9

Bon Voyage!

1962 · The Tight Suit

8.1

Smog

1962 · Paul Prescott

5.8

Claudelle Inglish

1961 · Young Parson

5.9

Return to Peyton Place

1961 · Nick Parker

7.7

Summer and Smoke

1961 · Roger Doremus

6.6

It Happened to Jane

1959 · Selwyn Harris

6.4

The Female Animal

1958 · Charlie Grant

6.5

The Naked and the Dead

1958 · Colonel Dalleson

6.9

Voice in the Mirror

1958 · Don Martin

5.8

The Monster That Challenged the World

1957 · Dr. Tad Johns

6.0

Dragoon Wells Massacre

1957 · Phillip Scott

6.5

Never Say Goodbye

1956 · Andy Leonard

6.6

Bus Stop

1956 · Life Magazine Reporter

3.8

Indestructible Man

1956 · Richard Chasen

6.6

The Return of Jack Slade

1955 · Billy Wilcox

6.5

Night People

1954 · Frederick S. Hobart

6.8

Down Three Dark Streets

1954 · Dave Millson

6.5

Naked Alibi

1954 · Fred Parks

7.1

Niagara

1953 · Ray Cutler

6.3

Destination Gobi

1953 · Walter Landers

7.0

Dangerous Crossing

1953 · Jim Logan

6.5

Vicki

1953 · Larry Evans

6.3

What Price Glory

1952 · Lieutenant Moore

7.0

With a Song in My Heart

1952 · Harry Guild

6.7

My Wife's Best Friend

1952 · Pete Bentham