Maximilian Colt (alias Maximilian Coult) (died after 1641) was a Flemishsculptor who settled in England and eventually rose to become the King's Master Carver.
Colt was a Huguenot, born in Arras apparently as Maximilian Poultrain, who settled in England in the closing years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He lived in London, in Bartholomew Close (Smithfield). When King James I came to the English Throne, Colt was commissioned to produce an extravagant monument to the memory of the late Queen. This was followed by smaller monuments to James' infant daughters, the Princesses Mary and Sophia. All three can be seen in Westminster Abbey. On 28 July 1608, he was appointed the King's Master Carver. He was later employed in the lesser position of decorating several Royal barges.