Mario D'Alba began his career under the name of Mario Jacques. He recorded two albums and twelve singles from 1966 to 1970. He then played in musicals such as "La révolution française" (1973) or "Mayflower" (1975). At the end of the seventies, he started in the cinema under the name of Mario d'Alba and played in the films "Les joyeuses colonies de vacances" in 1980 or "Rendez-moi ma peau" in 1982. He also plays in various plays.
He has played in many plays such as "the adventures of george larrere", "Ghetto", or "Le bobo gentleman". In 1991 he co-wrote and co-interpreted the documentaire "La vie privée des animaux" which had a huge success. Subsequently, he produced several albums of his wife Stone. In 1993, he wrote and interpreted with the one who became his wife, Stone, the play "Et ils vécurent heureux".
Subsequently, he produced records of his wife, Stone. Mario d'Alba wrote songs for Eric Charden, Les Compagnons de la Chanson, Carlos, Tino Rossi, and for his wife Stone. In 2016, with his wife Stone, he created the play "Famille, je vous aime", in which he played with his wife Stone and their children Martin and Daisy.