Mark Indelicato - Actor Bio
Like most dedicated actors, Mark Indelicato got his start in live theater, starring in "La Vie En Bleu" and "A Christmas Carol" on the main stage at Philadelphia's historic and respected Walnut Street Theatre. His work in those productions garnered him a role in the Walnut Street Theatre's staged reading of "Fame Forever," which, in turn, went on to enjoy strong success in New York just a few months later.
When Indelicato was younger, he worked regularly in commercials, booking national spots for Wendy's and other major brands prior to getting his breakout role on "Ugly Betty." Indelicato recorded a CD for young children entitled "Little Maestros," released in 2006. In 2009 he was asked to play Boq in the benefit performance of the Broadway show, "Wicked." He is currently training with vocal coach Liz Caplan.