Marcos Ferraez



Of Mexican and Spanish descent, Ferraez’s childhood was colored by an upbringing in Venice, CA, Brooklyn, NY, and Merida Yucatan, Mexico.  Since his decision to pursue a career in acting, Ferraez appeared in the high-profile FOX television movie, “Honor Thy Father & Mother,” about the controversial Menendez brothers’ trial.

Ferraez’s feature film credits include “Rave,” in which he was required to showcase his considerable talents as an experienced dancer.  Other roles consist of “Dead Weekend,” “Cold Blooded,” and the critical hit, “Mi Vida Loca.”

On stage, Ferraez has appeared in the Los Angeles productions of “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Does A Tiger Wear A Necktie?,” “Writings on the Wall,” “Painted Cakes” and “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.”