Sean Rodriguez Marquette, at the age of five, landed his first series role on the Emmy award winning daytime soap, "All My Children". He was born in Dallas, Texas, lived in New Jersey during his role on this soap, and then moved to California. He went on to be cast as the "hero boy" in "Black Mask II": City of Masks". This was an incredible experience for a minor as it filmed six weeks in Bangkok, and he got to work with internationally known wrestlers. Tsui Hark directed the film, and Wo Ping choreographed all the fight scenes.
Over the years, Sean has worked with major talents like Ben Afflect in "Surviving Christmas"; Toby McGuire in "Seabiscuit"; Heather Locklear in "Once Around The Park"; Michael Chiklis, Adrian Brody, and Colin Hanks in "High School". His film credits are extensive. Sean also does voice-over work and has been a series regular on several Animated series for Disney, but most notably six seasons as "Mac" on Cartoon Network's, "Foster's Home Of Imaginary Friends."
Sean is often remembered as young Mark Ruffalo, in "13 Going on 30", starring Jennifer Garner. He branched out into theater in 2007, and was cast as "Timms" in the play, "The History Boys", that ran at the Ahmanson Theater. This was based on the National Theater's production directed by Paul Miller. It was part of the Mark Taper Forum's 41st season. Sean was the comic relief lead in films "High School" and "Sundown" opposite actors Matt Bush and Devon Werkheiser respectively.
Sean has been recurring as "Johnny Atkins" on ABC's, "The Goldbergs", and has also crossed over as the same character, on the spin-off series, "Schooled", for its two seasons. Sean has been working alongside a wealth of talented actors including Wendy McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, Tim Meadows, AJ Michalka and Bryan Callen.More