Marco Antonio Infante
Marco Antonio Infante
Voice artist, screenwriter, director, and actor from Hollywood, California
Marco Infante is from Longwood, Florida and grew up with the affinity to perform at a young age when he starred as "Jack" in Orlando Youth Theatre's production of Into The Woods. In Junior High, Marco received the "Most Crowd Pleasing" award two ... more
Marco Infante is from Longwood, Florida and grew up with the affinity to perform at a young age when he starred as "Jack" in Orlando Youth Theatre's production of Into The Woods. In Junior High, Marco received the "Most Crowd Pleasing" award two years in a row for his "boy band" dance routines in the schools talent shows. In high school Marco became actively involved in the Drama Department alongside Drew Seeley, Kim Shaw, Keston John and Josh Segarra. Marco played "Smee"(PeterPan), "Joe Vegas" (Fame), Chuck (Footloose) to name a few. During this time, Marco booked his first Television role as Danny in Nickelodeon's Taina and was also invited to sing and dance for the governor of Florida after making headlines in the local newspaper for his performance as "Audrey II" from Little Shop of Horrors. His theatrical awards include 1 Critics Choice and 2 Best of Shows at the Florida State Thespian Competitions. High school was followed by an acceptance into the BFA Acting Program at Florida State University. While, at FSU Marco starred in various productions. such as "Bob Hope" (USO Tribute Show) and "Jerry" (The Full Monty). Some of his mentors at FSU were Jane Alexander, Mark MeDoff and Burt Reynolds. In 2009, Marco created "Baby Gorilla Productions", a sketch comedy group, followed by "The Guys You Go Home With Prodcutions".
- Hollywood, California
Voice Artist, Screenwriter, Director, and Actor
- Last online more than a year ago
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- Gender: Male
- Height: 5' 8"
- Weight: 150 lbs.
- Body type: Athletic
- Hair: Short, Brown
- Eyes: Brown
- Ethnicity: Mixed
- Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL) (2003-2007)
- Florida State University Film School (Tallahassee, FL)