Actor and producer, Mark Consuelos is best known for his role on the long-running soap favorite, "All My Children," for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award. Joining the cast in February 1995, Mark played Mateo Santos. He has since continued to collect an extensive list of television credits including roles on "Fortune Hunter," "Friends," "American Family," "Third Watch," "Beautiful Girl," "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," "Ugly Betty" and "The Protector."
Additional television credits include a starring role on the hit Lifetime hour-long drama series "Missing" alongside Vivica A. Fox and a recurring guest-star role on ABC's "Hope & Faith." He has also appeared on the Lifetime Movie Network in the films "Killer Hair" and "Hostile Makeover," as well as the Hallmark Channel's "For the Love of Grace" and the record-breaking Oxygen MOW "Husband for Hire."
Film credits include a starring role in Miramax's WWII action film, "The Great Raid" directed by John Dahl. He has also appeared in "Wedding Daze" opposite Isla Fisher and Jason Biggs, 20th Century Fox's comedy "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" starring opposite Uma Thurman and Luke Wilson, and Kevin Smith's film "Cop Out" alongside Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.
Consuelos has appeared off-Broadway in "Boy's Life" by Howard Korder, "Orphans" by Lyle Kessler, the Penguin Repertory production of "One Shot, One Kill" by Richard Vetere and "An Oak Tree" at the Barrow Street Theatre. Most recently, he appeared in the New York premiere of the off-Broadway production of "Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays." Directed by Stuart Ross, the show featured a collection of short plays that addressed the ongoing battle for marriage equality throughout the United States.
Alongside his wife, Kelly Ripa, he formed Milojo Productions in 2007. There, he has served as the Executive Producer of such projects as "The Streak" (Emmy-nominated documentary), "Off the Rez" (accepted to 2011 Tribeca Film Festival), "Masters of Reception," "Homemade Millionaire" (TLC), "Port Love," "Jersey Cheer" and "Dirty Soap" (currently running on E!).
Consuelos will next be seen as Carlos Castillo in a guest star recurring role on the Fox comedy "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" alongside Jaime Pressly and Katie Finneran.
Mark resides in New York City with his wife Kelly and their children, Michael, Lola and Joaquin.