Grew Up... in a broken family with his younger brother Eddie. He never met his father, and his mother was a drug addict.
Living... on the run. The good news is that Marius is a free man after being released from a three-year prison sentence. But the bad news is that Marius owes a ruthless gangster named Vince $100,000, and has no way of getting it. With the goal of hiding and swindling a family out of the money he needs, Marius assumes the identity of his former prison cellmate, Pete Murphy. Pete shared countless stories of his extended family and their life at a farm, and Marius feels he knows Pete’s family as well as Pete does.
Profession... con man. In his own words, Marius describes his profession: “I’m a confidence man. I give people confidence; they give me their money.”
Relationship status... single. Marius is starting to work with Pete’s cousin Julia in the family business of bail bonds. He’s attracted to her, but it’s hopeless because Julia considers him to be her cousin.
Challenge... living a lie. Pete’s family hasn’t seen his family for over twenty years, so Marius thinks he can pull off his impersonation of him. But he is having a hard time keeping his stories straight, and he fears slipping up—especially with Pete’s grandmother Audrey who is full of questions. And given that one of Pete’s cousins is a cop, he has to tread lightly. If he makes a mistake, Marius could end up either murdered by Vince or back in prison. As Marius admits, it won’t be easy: “When a liar gets caught in a lie, they don’t come clean. They build a bigger lie.”
Personality... sly, logical, and cocky. Marius usually gets what he wants.
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