Marco Sciarra is the quaternary antagonist of the 2015 James Bond film, Spectre. He is played by Italian actor and stuntman Alessandro Cremona. Sciarra is the husband of Lucia Sciarra and member of the SPECTRE criminal organisation.
- "If anything happens to me 007, I need you to do something. Find a man by the name of Marco Sciarra... Kill him... And don't miss the funeral."
- ― M's final message to James Bond.
In November 2015,Marco Sciarra is seen in Mexico City during the Day of the Dead festival plotting to blow up a packed stadium on behalf of his organization. Bond snipes his associates Gallo from an adjacent building and strikes the bomb that was to be used in the last Gallo's henchman attack.
The building is destroyed in the subsequent explosion but Sciarra escapes and is chased by Bond.
A SPECTRE helicopter then lands in the middle of the place to bring the hitman to safety, but before it can take off, Bond enters the chopper as well. The two mans fight inside the helicopter, while the pilot has difficulties keeping it under control. While the helicopter takes loopings in the air, Bond uses the opportunity to take Sciarra's ring bearing the SPECTRE insignia and kicks Marco out of the appareil, causing him to fall into the crowd which leads to Sciarra's death.
As he had no authority to act in New Mexico, the new M suspends Bond. Nonetheless, he is determined to follow the lead his old boss gave him and heads for Rome, where the funeral for Sciarra is held. Though Bond does not recognize him, one of the men present is his old foster brother Franz Oberhauser, who now leads SPECTRE under the name Ernst Stavro Blofeld. After the funeral, Bond meets with Sciarra's widow Lucia, who sends him to a SPECTRE meeting in Rome.