Mario Maurer was born in Bangkok, Thailand. He attended St.Dominic School, Bangkok, before continuing the lecture at Ramkhamhaeng University Department of Communication Arts.Mario speaking at an event book fair in Bangkok in 2008.Mario began his career as a photo model peragawan by, commercials, and video clips star when he was 16 years old. In 2007, he played a leading role in the film The Love of Siam, directed by Chukiat Sakweerakul.Perannya as "Tong" earned high praise and instantly made him popular, even to get out of Thailand.However, with low self-esteem, he said, "I do not want to do, play a role not in the list of my work." He decided to star in this film because he believes the quality of the director and also a career opportunity that will be more extensive. He said that his income will be used to help his family.In one occasion, when asked about kissing scenes with actor Witwisit Hiranyawongkul in The Love of Siam, Maurer said, "I'm always nervous. I've never kissed a man and kissing is not something we usually do every day." Maurer has been nominated in the Asian Film Awards as Best Supporting Actor for his performance in The Love of Siam, but lost to Sun Hong-Lei who starred in the movie Mongol. He won the award for Best Actor in Film category of Southeast Asia in the event the Cinemanila International Film Festival to-10 in 2008, held in Manila, Philippines.He also won the award for Best Actor of Starpics Thai Films Awards and also nominated in Bangkok Critics Assembly event and Star Entertainment Awards.Directed Bhandit Rittakol been offered to star in movies Maurer Boonchu 9, but canceled because he was involved in another project. In 2008, she appeared in films directed by Chatchai Friendship Naksuriya. The film is set in 1983. Maurer served as a partner Sakuljaroensukyang The fire was still in grade 12 school. In the same year, she appeared in a segment entitled Joob anthology of four stories in the film titled 4 Romance, directed by Rashane Limtrakul.Projects after 2008 include starring in the comedy-horror movie written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak, Buppha Reborn, scheduled to be released in April 2009.