Paul Maxey was an accomplished actor who appeared in a variety of films throughout his career. Maxey's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Below the Deadline" (1946), the thriller "The Brasher Doubloon" (1947) with George Montgomery and "Bride For Sale" (1949) with Claudette Colbert. He also appeared in "Sky Dragon" (1949) and "Kid Monk Baroni" (1952). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the fifties, appearing in the Virginia Mayo musical "She's Working Her Way Through College" (1952), the Charles McGraw crime picture "The Narrow Margin" (1952) and the musical comedy "Latin Lovers" (1953) with Lana Turner. He also appeared in the crime flick "The Big Heat" (1953) with Glenn Ford. He also worked in television around this time, including a part on "Lassie" (1954-1974). During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the Gene Kelly musical comedy "It's Always Fair Weather" (1955), "Jupiter's Darling" (1955) and the Charles Bronson western "Showdown at Boot Hill" (1958). He also appeared in "North to Alaska" (1960) with John Wayne. He held additional roles in television including a part on "The People's Choice" (1955-58). Maxey last acted in the dramatic adaptation "Walk on the Wild Side" (1962) with Laurence Harvey.