Born in Texarkana, TX of a Peruvian Mother & Scotch – Irish Father. David spent the early years of his life in Bogota, Colombia where Spanish became his first language. He returns to Peru annually to visit his family.

He lived his teen years in San Antonio and Dallas, where his love of acting became apparent with many home productions starring pretty much anyone in the neighborhood.

His successes in High School plays led to a full scholarship to KD Studio, an acting conservatory in Dallas. He double majored with a degree in Theatre and French from The University of North Texas. He has traveled to South America and Europe numerous times. David is currently working in Los Angeles on projects both in the Spanish and English markets.

Over the last 15 years, you may have seen David in feature films, television ads, on Nickelodeon, Netflix and at the Sundance Film Festival watching himself.  You can find him doing theatre productions in Hollywood from time to time. He has had stints on “Angie Tribeca”, “The Last Ship”, “Those Who Can’t” and others.  You can hear his voice in Warner Bros. “The Meg” and in many Oscar-winning movies like “Old Country for Old Men”.  He has worked along side Oscar-winning directors like Guillermo del Toro.