Max Perryman

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Max Perryman
BornCharlie Max Perryman
December 7, 2000
New Orleans, Louisiana
🏫 EducationBremen High School
💼 Occupation
Film director, writer, audio engineer, actor, photographer
Notable workMy Little Pony: The Last Generation
👴 👵 Parent(s)
  • Jennifer Perryman (mother)
🌐 Website

Charles Leslie Maximilian Perryman (born December 7, 2000) is an American indie film director, actor, writer, sound designer, and photographer. He is best known for his horror, documentary, and animated films and television shows such as the fan-created show My Little Pony: The Last Generation (2016) and Booker (2020).

Perryman has also previously published two novels, Clockwise.[1] (2015) and Grey Wolf[2] (2017), which have since been removed from further publication as of now.

Early life[edit]

Max Perryman before weight loss and gender transitioning at a marching band competition.

Perryman was born in 2000, in New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of Jennifer Perryman. As a preteen, Perryman would create stop motion short films in his bedroom using Monster High dolls and little to no equipment. None of these films have been officially published, but drawings have been shown of some of his first drawings. Perryman attended Jones Elementary School in Bremen, Georgia. Perryman attended Bremen High School but was not a good student. He participated on the drumline at Bremen High. Perryman was an introvert and found enjoyment through photography, drawing, watching movies, and animating. His future work would be heavily influenced by such childhood heroes as Tim Burton and Dr. Seuss. After graduating from Bremen High School, Perryman attended the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, to study film production and audio engineering. He is still enrolled as a student and has created titles such as The Y2K Archivist (2020) and Black Cat: An Unusually Unlucky Underdog Story (2020).



The 2010s marked the beginning of Perryman’s professional career in the arts.

In late 2008, Perryman taught himself the art of 3D animation, stating in a YouTube live stream:

"When I was a little thing, I taught myself how to [animate] when I sat down at my grandpa's computer. He didn't know what I was doing, my grandma didn't either. I sure as hell didn't know what I was doing. I faked it until I made it, and that was that."

The amount of talent displayed at a young age was remarkable, and in high school he was given the free position of writing articles for the online tutorial website, LearnMMD[3]. He wrote articles for the website from 2016 to 2019, and is still registered as an author[4] for the website. Most of Perryman's career through middle and high school were freelance jobs that were completed through DeviantArt[5]

Through his filmmaking and animation, Perryman was awarded the SCAD Achievement Scholarship in 2019 from his college.


Most short films created by Perryman have been through the 2020s. He continues to work on My Little Pony: The Last Generation under the provision of his film group, Greyhound Films.

Greyhound Films[edit]

In 2016 alongside My Little Pony: The Last Generation, Perryman and some of his film acquaintances created the film group Greyhound Films. Most of his more recent productions are produced with the oversight of Greyhound Films. Some of the larger-scale films being Booker, My Little Pony: The Last Generation, and Porcelain.

According to the website's description:

Greyhound Films is a small film production group responsible for indie films, documentaries, and parody animated shows that are viewable on YouTube and Amazon Prime. Film industry related services are offered separately on a case-to-case basis from our team of hard-working crew members. Check the blog for updates on the projects.  There are also floating tabs in the menu, so feel free to explore the website further by extending these opportunities.

Greyhound Films was created to help young filmmakers wanting to come up in the industry. All donations that do not go into productions go into organizations. Perryman has previously stated he would like to turn Greyhound Films into an organization for, in his own words, "kids with dreams and nowhere to go."

Personal Life[edit]

Max Perryman before gender transitioning and weight loss.

Extreme Weight Loss[edit]

Perryman is known to have lost three-hundred pounds and speaks regularly about this on his social media. He has previously spoken about his gastric sleeve performed by Clifford P. Black, Jr., MD, FACS[6] and Lauren Waltz, PA-C.

Gender Transitioning[edit]

Perryman is a known transgender man and is an advocate for trans rights, as well as many other human rights movements. In a now private 2020 YouTube live stream, Perryman stated:

"I came out to some of my close friends when I probably, like, just turned 19. I thought I was crazy, but hell, sometimes crazy is the right thing to do. Take care of yourself first, because, without you, you won't have to worry."

It has also been well stated on his social media pages that he faces backlash from his immediate family. He states that his mother is "very supportive of him, even though she might not support his decision."


Films Directed[edit]

Year Title Distributor
2018 Ophelia Howell & The Haunted High School[7] YouTube
2020 The Dragon Of Illness YouTube
2021 Booker YouTube
2021 Porcelain Amazon


Year Title Distributor
2016 My Little Pony: The Last Generation[8] YouTube

Short Films & Student Productions[edit]

Year Title Distributor
2020 Change (A Self-Portrait Film) YouTube
2020 The Celestial YouTube
2020 The Y2K Archivist YouTube
2020 Whatever Will Be, Will Be YouTube
2020 Bern's Crematorium YouTube
2020 Black Cat: An Unusually Unlucky Underdog Story YouTube


Perryman has a tight resume of voice acting and onscreen acting.

Acting Career[edit]

Year Title Role Director
2020 The Celestial Luminus Vixen Max Perryman
2020 Bern's Crematorium Fred Bern Max Perryman
2020 Booker Victor Booker Max Perryman


Perryman was a fictional writer throughout high school[9], and he has turned his unpublished or revoked works into film scripts.

Books Written[edit]

Date Title Publisher Distributor
September 29, 2016 Clockwise Lulu Lulu, Amazon
November 19, 2017 Grey Wolf Lulu Lulu, Amazon
2018 The Manor Lulu Lulu, Amazon


  1. Perryman, Megan (29 September 2016). Clockwise. ISBN 978-1365394591. Search this book on Logo.png
  2. . ISBN 1387045547. Missing or empty |title= (help) Search this book on Logo.png
  3. "Learn MikuMikuDance - The MMD Instructions you always wanted!". Retrieved 2020-12-24.
  4. "BigPerryman - Learn MikuMikuDance - MMD Tutorials - Free 3D Animation Software". Retrieved 2020-12-24.
  5. "blewbyboy - Professional, General Artist | DeviantArt". Retrieved 2020-12-24.
  6. "Our Surgeons - Clifford P. Black, Jr., MD, FACS - Lei Liu, MD - Lauren Waltz, PA-C". Retrieved 2020-12-24.
  7. "Ophelia Howell - YouTube". Retrieved 2020-12-24.
  8. Retrieved 2020-12-24. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  9. "HOME". perrymanbooks. Retrieved 2020-12-24.

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