Max Figman

1867 - 02/13/1952

Max Figman was an actor on Broadway and around the country who often performed with his wife Lolita Robertson Figman. Based on available records, he performed in Seattle in three productions and a musical whose book he wrote was performed in Seattle once. The three plays he starred in were "The Passport" in 1895, "The Marriage of Kitty" in 1905, and "Mary Jane's Pa" in 1910. His writing credit was on the book for "The Alaskan," which was the inaugural performance at the Moore Theater on December 28, 1907. Figman died in 1952 at the age of 85.

Notable Roles: 
Ferdinand Sinclair, "The Passport"
Book writer, "The Alaskan"
Starring role, "The Marriage of Kitty"
Starring role, "Mary Jane's Pa"
Obituaries, New York Times, February 14, 1952 J. Willis Sayre Collection of Theatrical Photographs, University of Washington Special Collections Pamphlet and Textual Document Collection, University of Washington Special Collections