Marino grew up in Hornell, New York, graduated from Hornell High School and later attended the United States Military Academy at West Point and studied Criminal Justice at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He then worked for 17 years as a Deputy Sheriff in upstate New York, much of the time in Monroe County, New York. He resides in San Francisco, California but spends months in Knoxville, Tennessee where the series is filmed. Prior roles included the movie Sedona’s Rule and Trauma (U.S. TV series).
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