David is a Spanish actor who came to fame in a well-known TV series named “Aida” from 2004, when he was only 11 y.o. Thanks to the administration of his parents, his wage as a child-actor went into savings that allowed him to buy a house in Madrid. However, two episodes marked him dramatically: “two pillars in my life fell in just 3 years: aged 17, my father died from cancer. I suffered and left home to live alone in my new house in Madrid. Then, aged 20, also the TV series that converted me from a boy into an adult came to an end. I have a relationship of love and hate with the character I interpreted! I was a bad boy, a thug, and it is hard for me to free myself from that role, it’s like a curse that I have. I was just an ordinary guy, a factory worker, another character was a gay architect, different from the norm, that made him in general more appreciated.” David has been an actor since he was 7. After the long TV series, he explored the world of theatre, and enjoyed it much more, but after 4 years he returned to the TV screens and now he is a main character of a big new TV production, “El Cid”. He does have the features of an ancient man, he is the squire of the Conquistador El Cid, and has been taught how to fight with swords, play the lute, sing, ride horses, sometimes on the verge of falling off, and much more! He moves from city to city for the filming. David left Madrid 4 years ago for Galapagar, a nearby but more quiet and green place, and shares his house with two dogs and a cat. He walks the dogs separately. although that takes more time, as he enjoys the company of each of them individually. He spent the first 2 weeks of the quarantine crying, emotionally it is a very intense period, but he is taking more care of himself, has just given up his hard-smoking habit and started to do yoga. He is also publishing soon a book of poetries and is writing his first theatre play, so I portrayed him while thinking with a pen in his hand.