Mario traveled to Virginia to shoot an episode of the period drama on AMC. He was the first French Officer to appear in the series in a scene opposite Jamie Bell.
Mario is the editor of Photo Magazine in this feature directed by James Franco and written by Josh Boone. He plays opposite Jane Levy and Jack Kilmer.
Mario put on his poker face as a Monte Carlo croupier in the episode "Isabella Stone" directed by Andrew McCarthy.
Beijing, New York
Writer/Director Rain Li rewrote a large supporting role suit Mario in this feature film. "Tara" was reborn as "Olivier," a sharp-tongued art specialist who is best friends with the lead character Jasmine -played by the celebrated Chiling Lin.
Like A Prayer
Mario plays a devious priest opposite Ilona Saic and Che Ayende in this short film noir. Directed by Rosalyn Coleman Williams.
Mario sang and danced as George Raft opposite Darlene Violette's Mae West in this staged Homage to Mae West and The Golden Age of Hollywood.
Mario was immune affluenza while shooting this movie inspired by "The Great Gatsby" opposite Danny Burstein and Ben Rosenfield.
Directed by Kevin Asch.
The Longest Week
Or "How Mario Got Stiffed By Jason Bateman With Olivia Wilde In Tow."
Directed by Peter Glanz.
The Gregory Brothers Pilot
Mario shared some fine-tuned laughs while filming with the Gregory Brothers (who auto-tuned their way to fame via YouTube and the Oscars) for Comedy Central. Directed by Peyton Reed.
The Audio Book
Mario is the narrator of Daniel Boulud's book Letters to a Young Chef  (unabridged).
Available on iTunes and Audible.com - sample below
Jack's (Alec Baldwin) attempts to woo James (Mario Brassard) the interior designer were funny, especially the mix of revulsion, shock, and curiosity on James's face and Baldwin's coquettish posturing. Terrific physical comedians, both!