In 2008, after graduating the professional two-year acting program at William Esper Studio in NYC, Dani Marco flew to Bali, Indonesia to join an acting intensive ensemble. Upon her return, she packed up (half) her things and moved to Los Angeles. She continues to spend her time working between NYC and Los Angeles.
A New Jersey native, in search of a different terrain, Dani received her undergraduate Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Albuquerque’s The University of New Mexico, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Her interests lied in the performing arts, as well as visual arts and art history. There, Dani performed flamenco and African dance in Albuquerque's Popejoy Hall, and acted in various independent films and productions.
Her notable roster of principle credits include: the “Law & Order(’s)”, “The Sopranos”, a series regular role for truTV’s, “The Real Hustle”, “I Think I love My Wife” (Chris Rock), “Rhyme Animal” in a leading role alongside muMs da Schemer (“Oz”), female lead in “Staten Island”, with Mario Cantone, “Stacking Chips” beside Michael Beach, and as lead dancer for “Fall Out Boy”. She has also principled in over 50 national and international commercials (i.e. Snickers, MACY*S, Nike, Footlocker, Dove Chocolate) and dabbles in print work (Ultra Swim Shampoo, JASON Cosmetics, “Vizio” TV campaign, and the covers of WWE’s Smackdown Magazine & Bergen Health & Life, etc.). Marco also loves, loves, loves Voiceover work. Present running VO includes Tommy Hilifger’s new fragrance campaign and the video game voices of Esperanza in “Neverwinter Nights 2” and Lauren in “Blackwell Unbound”.
When Dani breaks off from her busy schedule, she is an avid traveller, and is delighted when the chance arises to roam the world. She passionately thanks everyone and everything for continued abundant love and support -- and sends that right back out to you.