He first hit the stage in 3rd grade in Mexico City. He is classically trained with a BFA in Theatre/Film from Arizona State University (Magna Cum Laude). David is Brazilian / Italian and fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese.
With almost 100 IMDB credits he can be seen in studio films like Birds of Prey, Priest and Filly Brown. Currently he is major recurring in Season 4 of USA’s Queen of The South and Insatiable for Netflix as well as numerous TV appearances on hit shows like HBO’s Westworld, MacGyver, Marvel Agents of Shield, Animal Kingdom, Shooter, The Last Ship, and many more.
His work in front of the camera has earned him membership into the very prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
David is also a widely known as a Spoken Word poet with TV appearances on two seasons of the NAACP Award nominated show Verses and Flow. David produces spoken word films most recently along side Emmy Nominated, Grammy Award Winning actor/poet Malcolm Jamal Warner.
“He steps onto a stage like energy itself taking human form. He performs with such a restrained wildness; a concentrated explosion of emotion only held together by skin and bone.”
– PUSH Magazine
David is a modern day Renaissance man that truly believes in the power of art and the importance of craft.
David has 20 IMDB producer credits, 16 screenwriter credits and is the founder of Exertion Films. His name carries the prestigious producers mark (p.g.a.) an honor bestowed by the Producers Guild of America for his work as a film producer.
He is currently in production on CATALYST (directed by Emmy Nominated Christopher Folkens). David stars with Patrick Kilpatrick, Michael Roark, and Noel Gugliemi. This is his 5th feature film as a producer.
“Our job is to translate text into a moving, palpable and human experience for the audience, to evoke a catharsis. To bring the words to life in a way that is honest to its present, past and future.
— David Bianchi.
David is a long standing member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP). He was nominated for the prestigious Imagen Award (considered the Latin Golden Globe).