While diligently pursuing her music career, Margo has also ventured into the realm of film production. Her creative talents extend beyond the stage, with involvement as a set designer alongside Emmy winner Timothy Whitbee, as well as assuming background supporting roles in movies such as James Franco's The Pretenders, Marvel's The Punisher starring Jon Bernthal, Big Time Adolescence featuring Pete Davidson and Machine Gun Kelly, and American High's Sid Is Dead, with the esteemed Jeremy Garelick at the helm.
Today, Margo's unwavering commitment to her dreams as a full-time artist remains the cornerstone of her existence and sustenance. Her boundless energy is emblematic of her character, driving her to not only excel in her craft but also inspire and lead amongst her peers. Born with an innate connection to music, Margo's unyielding motivation and passion continue to fuel her journey towards unparalleled success, making her an indomitable force in the industry.
Musical prowess runs deep in Margo's lineage, as she follows in the footsteps of her late uncle, the illustrious Teo Macero, a legendary record producer associated with Columbia Records. Teo's indelible mark on the industry was forged through his collaborations with icons such as Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, The Monk, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington. His groundbreaking work revolutionized the art of mixing and editing, forever shaping the landscape of music production.
In 2017, Margo's exceptional talent caught the attention of NBC's The Voice, where she embarked on a remarkable journey, captivating audiences with her performances during the blind auditions in Los Angeles, California. Commanding the stage, she showcased her artistry for acclaimed judges Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Miley Cyrus. In addition to her stint on The Voice, Margo also left her mark on ABC's American Idol, advancing to Hollywood Week the following year. There, she shared her gift with luminaries Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie.