Mario Temes (Birth Name: Carlos Mario Hernandez), born December 8th, 1995, is an American actor of Cuban descent from Miami, Florida. He first discovered his passion for the arts when he was gifted a drum set from his parents at the age of 11. His love for music soon grew him into singing and performing in his high school's musical theater club. After having performed in various stage plays, Mario decided he wanted to explore the world of Film/TV.
With no training, Mario went on to audition for his first short film, and to his surprise landed the lead role. Mario began professional training at the age of 17, leading him to book various other projects - some which include; his TV debut in his co-starring role of "Javier Menendez" on the USA Network series "Complications", his role as "Scat" in the short film "Last Wishes" directed by Herschel Weingrod, and his role as the platoon's hippie radio operator "Private Zap" in the short "Black Dragon" alongside Matthew Del Negro.