Mario Cimarro, born June 1, 1971 in Havana, Cuba, is a Cuban actor.

Cimarro arrived in Mexico City having traveled from Havana Cuba, to fulfill his life long dream to become an actor. He studied intensively with preeminent teachers, including Adriana Barraza and Sergio Jimenez.

Upon graduation with a degree in drama, Cimarro began to pursue roles that would allow him to grow as an artist. His credits include "Romeo and Juliet" directed by Bazz Luhrmann and "Managua"

Soon Cimarro began to get offers of work in other countries and traveled to Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia where he worked in each country with top writers, producers and directors. He had the opportunity to star in two great Latin-American cultural iconic series: "Pasion de Gavilanes" and "El Cuerpo del Deseo".

Relentless about learning, Cimarro moved to Los Angeles in 2007, to polish his craft in American cinema starring in "Rockaway" for which he received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Juju. He also starred soon after as SN in "Puras Joyitas", which has quickly rose to become a number one box office hit in Venezuel