Performing at an early age, Marc Fajardo grew up singing “The Unchained Melody” and “If I Were A Rich Man” to his family members who happily paid him a dollar. He was never afraid to make a fool of himself just to get a laugh.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Marc graduated from Glendale High School and continued his education at the University of California, Santa Cruz. At UC Santa Cruz, he led his competitive dance team Haluan to win 1st place at the Battlefest Hip Hop Dance Competition. As a hip hop/b-boy performer and choreographer, he specializes in pop-n-lock, flexibility, and “the robot”.

While double majoring in Film and Community Studies, Marc spent most of his time behind the camera directing short films. Wanting to evolve as a performer on stage, he joined the multi-cultural theater group Rainbow Theater. Upon returning back home to LA, his directing aspirations veered as his curiosity in acting dominated. This led him to study at Berg Studios, Clown School, Groundlings, and John Rosenfeld Studio.

Once he booked his first national commercial for Carl’s Jr., playing the “Sad Robot”, Marc’s TV and film credits steadily grew (SILICON VALLEY, S.W.A.T., GENERAL HOSPITAL, BLACKISH). During his free time, he enjoys shooting and directing his own independent projects as well as training in hip hop, house and gymnastics.