Marco was born on May 16th and grew up in Orlando, Florida. In Junior High, Marco performed solo and group dance numbers for his school's talent show and recieved "Most Crowd Pleasing" award two years in a row which gave him a true love for the stage.
In High School Marco became actively involved in theatre and glee club. His love for the stage grew as he performed in shows and musicals throughout the theatre circut all over central Florida. It was these years that gave Marco invaluable experience. On graduating, he was awarded "Best Male Actor" in his high school, reinforcing his true passion for acting.
High school was followed by an acceptance into Florida State University's BFA Acting Program. During his years at FSU Marco participated and starred in various productions which eventually earned him "Best Comedic Actor" for his role in Agust Wilson's The 5th of July. His senior year, he starred as Bob Hope in The USO Show as well as landing the lead of Jerry in The Full Monty.
Shortly after graduation Marco moved to Los Angeles where and quickly went to work. You might recognize him from several commercials such Evian, Crime Stoppers and/or Rembrandt. During the 2009 Writers strike, Marco created two comedy sketch companies called Baby Gorilla Productions & The Guys You Go Home With in order to keep working and staying fresh. Due to popular demand both companies are still producing skits and sketches.
When Marco is not acting he can always be found in the studio booth recording music. He is currently living in Studio City chasing his dreams.