A native of Sacramento, California, Walter Maxfield Jones has been performing since he was a child. Singing, dancing and acting from the time he could walk, Walter gravitated to the stage winning numerous talent competitions and landing lead roles in plays and musicals. It was clear from the first time he picked up a mic he was destined to be in the spotlight. With a rage of talents and a gift for comedic timing, W. Maxfield Jones is the ultimate entertainer. W. Maxfield Jones began acting in school and church plays and in time his ability was recognized. He landed major theater roles such as "Raisin in the Sun," "Sparkle," "The Gift," "Wine in the Wilderness," and his most recent theater work in the Lamar Hill trilogy “Never Sleep Alone,” "Deception and Denial," and “The Love Electric.” Several years ago he changed his focus from theater to film and quickly became a known as a leading man in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. His credits include lead and principle roles in "Dead Money," "Torn,” and “Painted Smiles” which will released in the summer of 2009. He recently just landed the lead role in a 13 episode series called “Anacostia” where his villainous character is sure to make him the most hated man on the web. Walter can be seen every Wednesday night using his comedic and vocal talents at the 5 Seasons where he is the host and founder of "Warm Wednesdays" Baltimore's, if the not the nation's, largest and longest running weekly open mic poetry/spoken word venue. W. Maxfield Jones has hosted and is available to host a range of show types from Talk Radio and Television to R&B and Neo Soul Concerts to Spoken Word and Hip Hop Battles. Songwriting became a passion for Walter at the age of 11 and he has been writing songs ever since. At 16 he was signed to MCA as a part of a group named "Adagio" and left the group 2 years later to go to Morgan State University where he studied Electrical Engineering. With over 100 songs in his catalog Walter Maxfield Jones boast such hits as ""I Love You Better," "A Friend," " Monkey Love," "The Headboard," "Oh No," "Sucka For Love," "Come Over," "Maintenance Man" ...etc. As a writer for singers, he captures life from the artist’s perspective and hears their vocal tone and range which gives him the ability to compose melodies specifically for the artist with the lyrics drawn from both that artist’s and his own personal experience. As you as you can see, W. Maxfield Jones is a phenomenally multi-talented individual. He dreams of one day hosting his own TV show and doing an action/comedy major motion picture.