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'The Young and the Restless': Where Is Max Ehrich Now?

The Young and the Restless: Max Ehrich Today

Max Ehrich is no stranger to the soap opera world and has risen to fame after his role as "Fenmore Baldwin" on daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless. But what has the star been up to since leaving the show in 2015? Find out right here!

Max Ehrich was born June 24, 1991, and would start his career at the young age of 13 as a principal dancer in High School Musical 3: Senior Year. Max proved to directors that he was more than just a pretty face and, in addition to acting, was a talented singer and dancer! 

Continuing his rise to fame, Max Ehrich would star in a string of television series including Ugly Betty, Shake It Up, and iCarly before landing a reoccurring role on the daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless.

Max Ehrich attending FEARnet's 2nd Anniversary Party in 2008

Max Ehrich on The Young and the Restless

Max Ehrich would join the cast of The Young and the Restless in 2012 and would become a series favorite in no time! Taking on the role of teenage "Fenmore Baldwin", the son of "Michael Baldwin" and "Lauren Fenmore", Max added new energy to the series. 

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Loved by his cast-mates and audiences alike, it wouldn't take long for Max to receive a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series! Max continued to play the role of "Fenmore" until departing the show in 2015. 

Max Ehrich at the Lifetime Summer Luau 2019

Max Ehrich Today

Since leaving The Young and the Restless, Max Ehrich has continued to see success with recent roles on Lifetime series American Princess and 2019 Netflix film Walk. Ride. Rodeo. In fact, Max has seen so much success that in 2018 he eventually needed to hire his own private security team after being stalked!

In March of 2020, it came out that the 30-year-old had started dating singer Demi Lovato, and the couple ended up getting engaged only to have it called off a little while later.