David Castro

1996

David's acting career began at age 5, where he landed a national Nickelodeon Sponge Bob commercial. At age 7, David landed a role in a Todd Solondz's film due to his talented break-dancing moves.His first leading role came a year later in the film remake of "The Little Fugitive."A critically acclaimed short "Tracks of Color" followed, where he played the role of a young graffiti artist struggling to pursue his passion yet fearing the disappointment of his family. The film was so riveting that investors took noticeAt 9, he co-starred opposite John Leguizamo in the movie "Where God Left His Shoes" which landed him a best supporting actor nomination at the Imagen Awards.Teaming up again with John Leguizamo in the film"Ministers, directed by Franc Reyes and co-starring Harvey Keitel, left David with the daunting task of playing the younger version of John Leguizamo's twin characters Dante and Perfecto.Several pilots followed; including LL Cool J in "The Man" created by CSI's Anthony Zukier

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