|This article is about the TV Series character. You may be looking for his Old Man Dwight counterpart.|
|Occupation||Member of the US Navy (Pre-Apocalypse)|
Member of El Fuego (Post-Apocalypse)
|First Appearance||"Some Guy"|
|Last Appearance||"Still Gotta Mean Something"|
|Death Episode||"Still Gotta Mean Something"|
|Cause of Death||Shot in the head by Tate Ford|
|Series lifespan||"Some Guy" to "Still Gotta Mean Something"|
|Marco (El Fuego) Gallery|
Cole Vigue Gallery
- "Do you know what you're dealing with? This is the future."
- —Marco to Tate
Nothing is known about Marco's Pre-Apocalypse life, except that he served in the Navy.
Marco is among the El Fuego members who captures the Morales Family.
Richard and Marco arrived in the cell containing Greg's family and the Morales family. When Greg attacked them, Richard kills Kate. Greg called Richard and Marco monsters.
Marco is questioned by Eliza about why he does what he does before she is killed.
Marco appears with Eileen and Austin to assess the damage dealt by Miranda. He gets upset and runs away, leaving his fate unknown.
Marco will appear in this episode.
Beckett is Marco's superior officer. He tries to control his brash and abrasive personality. Beckett was upset at Marco's desires to kill the Morales family and told him to cut it out.
Tate and Marco appear to be friends. However, Tate is against Marco's desires to kill the Morales family, telling him that they shouldn't kill kids.
It appears that Miranda has a slight distaste for Marco, due to him expressing interest in killing her and her children.
It appears that Eliza has a slight distaste for Marco, due to him expressing interest in killing her and her family.
- "Some Guy"
- "The Big Scary U"
- "The King, The Widow, And Rick"
- "How It's Gotta Be"
- "The Lost And The Plunderers"
- "Do Not Send Us Astray"
- "Still Gotta Mean Something"