Marco Antonio Abularach, born and raised in New York City, was immersed in art and creativity from the beginning.
His father an accomplished visual artist with a talent for Spanish guitar, his mother a schoolteacher who moonlit as a jazz singer, he was raised in the artist community “Westbeth” in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.

From a very early age he experimented with art and music, eventually studying at the High School of Music & Art and college at the School of Visual Art. By this time he was a working illustrator but chose to follow his passion for rock music.
As guitarist and songwriter for his hardcore metal band “The Icemen” he would perform to frenzied audiences at New York’s legendary CBGB as well as on the road throughout the east coast.

In time he had begun to explore acting and a part in Vin Diesel’s 1997 indie feature “Strays” took him to the Sundance Film Festival fueling his growing passion for film. Acting studies followed along with work in small indie and grad films.

Eventually Vin encouraged him to join his team as a writer and in 2002 Marco was in Hollywood pursuing a new path in his creative endeavors.
For six years he worked as screenwriter for Diesel’s One Race Films, creating original screenplays as well as ghostwriting and story development on blockbuster studio features such as Chronicles of Riddick and on scripts by Oscar winners such as writer David Franzoni.

In 2008 Armed with the experience gained, Marco left One Race to explore writing on his own.
He now works as a freelance screenwriter on projects both personal and varied.