“Marc has such a fabulous sense of language and comedic timing. He is full of colors and rhythms and variety. I love working with such smart actors.”  -Elena Araoz, Film and Stage Director

“Marc Raco is a true performer. He interprets his characters so perfectly that he exceeds all expectations. His easy going nature makes working with him a joy. -G.F. Roberts, Writer/Director, HYD Films

“Marc Raco is a dedicated actor and true professional. He embodies the character of Cap’n Bill in “A Mermaids’ Tale” and gives him depth bringing joy and laughter for children and adults alike. He gives the ‘old’ grandfather sensitivity as well, through his acting and his singing.”-Jack Dyville, Playwright/ Stage Director – Friends Always Creating Theatre’s “A Mermaids’ Tale” Triad Theatre, NYC (Off -Broadway)

“As well as being a consummate professional and enthusiastic creative partner, Marc has an effortless ability to switch between genres to give you the performance that you need”  -Matthew Ehlers, Award Winning Writer/Director, Eggwork Films

“Marc is a poised and professional actor who flows effortlessly between comedy and drama while always remaining completely believable.”
Arian Blanco, Award-Winning Producer/Director

“Keep your eyes open. You’ll be seeing a lot more of Marc Raco.”    -Jann Yogman, Founder of New Years Nation (Marc starred in nine commercial spots for New Years Nation

“Marc has a true gift for understanding the hearts and souls of his characters. And that translates to finely nuanced textures and performances that display and incredible range of depth and emotion.”  -Michael Cravotta, Writer/Director

“It is very difficult to find an actor who understands as Marc does what’s truly expected of the actor when playing his role.”Steve Doueck, Writer/Director

“From a director’s point of view, he’s very easy to work with and you obtain the results you want.”  –Beth Bailey, Writer, Director, Zinko Films

“One of the best…actors in the tri-state area”  –Ang-Mar TV

“Marc Raco is the stand out in the cast”   -City Newpaper, review of “Getting Personal”

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