David Castillo began to speak almost between cameras, since with only 7 years his parents entered the world of advertising after he saw an advertisement for breakfasts, where they took the children in a kind of spaceship. That was where he decided that he wanted to do that too. After that initial trajectory as an advertising image, he participated in several television series such as “Hospital Central”, “Ana y los 7” and “Manolito Gafotas”,based on the homonymous character of Elvira Lindo, giving life to Yihad for thirteen chapters. The leap to the cinema took place in 2004, with a minor role in ‘’El séptimo día‘’ by Carlos Saura and another of greater importance in “Cachorro” where he played Bernardo, a nine-year-old boy who due to circumstances has than living with his homosexual uncle.
In 2005, he joined the cast of ‘’ Aída ‘’ with which he achieved great popularity throughout its almost ten years of broadcast, playing Jonathan García, the youngest of Aída García’s children.
As of 2011, he began to act in theatrical works, such as ‘’Münchhausen‘’, ‘‘’Naturaleza muerta en una cuneta‘’ (2012-2013) or ‘’Emilia ‘’ (2014).
In 2015 he was selected to be part of the Young National Classical Theater Company. One of his last theatrical appearances has been the play ” Lulu ”, with which he has toured various cities in our country.
David is a music fan, a passion that has led him to DJ at private parties, discos and festivals across the country. His followers are very loyal and follow them both in these sessions and on their social networks, so many brands have been interested in collaborating with him.
He has participated in the filming of “Los Nuestro Dos”, the second season of theTelecinco miniseries and in the Antena 3 series “Amar es para Siempre” in its seventh season. He is part of the cast of the Amazon Prime series, “El Cid”, the first series of this Spanish production platform released at the end of 2020 whose second season is already available, and David returns to star as Escudero Lisardo. In addition, he is one of the leading choral actors in the first Spanish-produced Disney Plus series directed by Paco León, “Besos al aire”.