Max Pellicano has been a professional actor and entertainer since 1974 at which time he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Cal State University, Hayward, in Dramatic Arts. Since that time he has appeared on stage, in motion pictures, television and countless commercials.

Max first brought his Elvis impersonation to life on stage in a summer stock production of, "Bye Bye Birdie" in which he portrayed an Elvis-type character, Conrad Birdie. This eventually led to his outrageous night club act where he wowed audiences all over the country, "Many don’t make the grade but there are a few who can capture their audience in a manner reminiscent of the King himself," one critic said.

Max’ secret is believing it’s not so much the voice that’s important, it’s knowing how to become the man himself on that stage. It’s basically the attitude of Elvis Presley...
shy but confident.., knowing exactly what he’s doing. He’s not Rich little doing Elvis Presley, he’s Max Pellicano, the actor, recreating the character. It’s like Hal Holbrook doing Mark Twain.

Through all his experiences in show business, none has given him the gratification and fulfillment as paying tribute to the "King of Rock and Roll".