Marc Alaimo is an American actor who is famous for his work in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. However, he is well known for his villainous roles in every movie he played in. Since 1971, he has been active on acting.
Marc Alaimo was born Michael Joseph Alimo on May 5, 1942, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the U.S under the birth sign of Taurus. He holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Marc has a secretive nature when it comes to his family member and early age of him. So there is not much information about his early life.
Marc Alaimo has kept his personal life private from the media. He has never talked about his dating life. However, he has already been married twice. From his first marriage, they welcomed their first baby son Michael Antony Alaimo born in 1971.
Furthermore, information about his first wife is still unknown. Later the duo got separated, the reason behind it is still a mystery. However, he moved on to his life and got married.
From his second marriage, he had a daughter Ariel Rose, an artist and stylist born in 1989. Later their relationship could not last for long and they got divorced in 1992.
In 2012, there was news that he was engaged to be married, someone. However, the rumor has not yet been confirmed and it is not known whether Marc is a married man or not.
Marc Alaimo has not revealed about his net worth. However, looking at his experience it can be well confirmed that he has a net worth of millions. According to PayScale, the average salary of an actor/actress is $50,364 with a median bonus of $1,032.
He has been playing his role in television shows since 1971. However, he appeared as Villains mostly.
Some of the show he appeared as Villian include, The Doctors, Kojak, Gunsmoke, Baretta, The Bionic Woman, Family Guy, Wonder Woman, The Rockford Files, and Hill Street Blues.
He even appeared in some feature films including the 1984 Science fiction movie The Last Starfighter, Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult, Tango & Cash, and The Dead Pool.
He has also portrayed his role in Star Trek: The Next Generation, starting in the first season. Besides acting, he was also featured in the 2006 video game Call of Juarez and its 2009 prequel Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood.
Later in 2010, he voiced The Dean in the Family Guy episode”The Splendid Source”. Until now he has played his role in numerous movies including Which Way Is Up?, Mean Dog Blues, Harcore, A Great Ride, The Dead Pool, Arena, Tango & Cash, Total Recall, and The Fence.