He moved to Florida in 1990 where he ran the transgender support group, The Eden Society.
In 1996 he moved to the Atlanta area. He worked as a lecturer and was a certified tax expert. He was a friend of Robert Eads, and in 2000 he co-chaired the 10th Southern Comfort convention. Maxwell and Robert are in the associated documentary Southern Comfort.
He later married his girlfriend and did a PhD in Psychology and had a practice specializing in GLBT issues. He was also a certified Grief Counselor. He was working on a second documentary, Southern Comforted.
He died of brain cancer at the age of 53.
*Not the playwright.
- Simon-Astley Scholfield. “Maxwell Anderson’s Astrology Chart”. Astroqueer. 2000. http://astroqueer.tripod.com/charts/max.html.
- Kate Davis (dir). Southern Comfort. With Robert Eads, Maxwell Anderson and others. US 90 mins 2001. Grand Jury Prize for documentary feature at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.
- Viki Rene. “Interview with a Superstar!: Maxwell Anderson”. Feb 15, 2004. www.vickirene.net/intmax.htm.
- Maxwell Anderson. Myspace. www.myspace.com/maxwellanderson.