Charming. Genial. Honest. Authentic
J.Max is an AEA member known for his ability to play multiple characters within a single production (One Christmas Carol, Stones in his Pockets, Billy Bishop Goes to War). Although classicaly trained, J. Max is a Tenor who is applauded for his rock belt (he is often compared to Journey's Steve Perry). Boyishly charming with a knack for musical comedy, J. Max has performed all over the world from the Sydney Opera House, to Macau, to Japan. He has studied with Red Bull Theater Company and with Broadway legend Patrick Page.
F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
“Baker is a storyteller, plain and simple. He wears each character like a second skin, playing two, three, four people in the same scene naturally, assuming the physicality of the characters with specificity, while still leaving enough room in his interpretation for the audience to exercise their imagination."
N E W S
J.Max finished his successful run of "One Christmas Carol" a one man version of A Christmas carol in New York City. Head to the link below to read the reviews.
J.Max has an animation voiceover demo and is ready to book his next cartoon series and/or audiobook. Give it a listen here.
With the pandemic still surging in our country, Cape May Stage has brought together a group of artists to share this poignant play that places race relations in the work place through a microscope. Join J.Max as Dr.Williams in "Rasheeda Speaking"
J.Max is happy to announce the short film, "An Invitation to Tea" of which he provided the voice for Prime the amusing and charming Rat, has won the Audience Choice award at Charlotte Film Festival. The film will be released shortly for widespread viewing. Please stay tuned.
Good News! Our short 2 minute film, "Find A Penny" directed by my wife, was chosen as a runner up in the Dances With Films short film rumble. Please click on the link below to see ours and the other films that won. If you'd like to see ours then click the play button on the film below. Hope you enjoy!
My good friend Tim Roberts and I were asked to sing a song for a charity concert put together through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. I wanted to share that video with you all now. Tim is in San Diego and I am in New York City. We had no choice but to social distance in filming this. Please enjoy and please be safe during these uncertain times. Look out for each other and be kind.
With the whole country shutting down and theaters closing left and right, I wanted to wish everyone well. If you are looking for something to watch while quarantined go to seeka.tv and watch my wife's web series, FabUless. You may spot yours truly in a cameo. Be safe and careful. And remember to wash your hands.
Wishing everyone a happy Audition season!
This December, J.Max recreates the classic tale from Charles Dickens in "One Christmas Carol" as you've never seen it before. For the first time ever, performed in New York City, Don't miss this wonderful adaptation.
Congratulations to all of this years Tony award winners! A special Congratulations to my mentor, teacher and friend Patrick Page for being nominated and to his show "Hadestown" winning BEST NEW MUSICAL!
J.Max wants to wish everyone a wonderful New Year full of success and happiness! Warm wishes to all!
J.Max Would like to thank everyone for an incredible year of growth. During 2018, J.Max took many classes and met many different people who continue to mentor and inspire him. He also had the opportunity to get married to the love of his life. What an incredible year.
J.Max is so pleased to announced that he has been NOMINATED as Best Actor in a Musical for his work in "Billy Bishop Goes to War" by Broadwayworld.com in the State of New Jersey's Regional Theater awards. Voting has ended, but stay tuned for the results!
J. Max is Proud to announce that he is now part of Actors Equity Association. Back in New York and ready for bookings!
J. Max has ended his run "Billy Bishop Goes to War"
He played Billy Bishop and 18 other characters in this two man Musical that received rave reviews.
"Baker's performance was honestly among some of the best stage work I have ever seen. Portraying well over a dozen characters with lightening-fast physical and vocal changes, Baker pulls all the stops, shifts into high speed and takes the audience with him for the ride."
- Thomas Raniszewski, East Lynne Theater Company, Cape May, NJ
E V E N T S
"Life Out of Bounds"
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