Maxwell McCabe-Lokos was born in Toronto in the year 1978. He studied music as a child and eventually formed a rock and roll band, The Deadly Snakes, that would release four critically acclaimed records and tour the United States, Canada and Europe for a decade. The band broke up in 2006 and since then Maxwell has concentrated on his work in film and television.
He began acting at age 25 and has worked steadily, with stand-out performances in movies like MOUTH TO MOUTH, LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, THE TRACEY FRAGMENTS as well as several guest star and recurring roles on television programs like HAPPY TOWN and LUCKY 7 (ABC Television). For his role as Henry in THE HUSBAND, McCabe-Lokos was nominated for ‘Outstanding Performance – Male’ at the 2014 ACTRA awards.
He began writing screenplays in 2010 and THE HUSBAND is his first feature to be produced. He has and written and directed several short films, including PARIS 1919, NO NEW JOKES and THE PAVILION and is currently developing his second feature length script – PUSHING ROPE.