David Norona

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David Noroña
Born (1972-12-14) December 14, 1972 (age 45)
Hialeah, Florida, United States
Occupation Actor

David Norona, (many times written as David Noroña) (born December 14, 1972) is a Cuban American actor, director who has appeared in films, notably in Though None Go with Me, in many television series, recently (The Mentalist) and many theatre works. He is co-creator and co-lyricist for Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings and has directed two short films.


David Noroña was born in Hialeah, Florida to Cuban parents Jorge Noroña and Edith Iglesias. He began his acting career at Coral Gables High School with roles in The Sound of Music and The Fantasticks. After receiving his BFA with honors from Carnegie Mellon University, he set off for New York City where he made his Broadway debut in Love! Valour! Compassion!.

He has acted in films, like shorts Maggie Moore and Soledad, and has appeared in many television series, including Six Feet Under,[1] Inconceivable,[2] Mister Sterling and Lipstick Jungle.

Noroña has also landed roles on theatre stages. He played role of Irving Berlin in The Tin Pan Alley Rag both on the Pasadena Playhouse theatre and the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The role landed him a nomination at the Los Angeles Ovation Award.[3] He also had the lead role of Frankie Valli in the original run of Jersey Boys on La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California.[4] On January 24, 2005, he received the prize for "Lead Performance in a Musical, Male" for his role during the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle 2004 awards[5] He also played the role of George in a Latin remake of Of Mice and Men at the Pasadena Playhouse.[6]

David Noroña is co-writer and co-lyricist of Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings, a groundbreaking piece that combined classical singing with ambient, trance and dance electronica. It received rave reviews, critical acclaim and nominations to ten Ovation Awards including "Best New Musical".

Personal life[edit]

He is married and has three sons and a daughter and resides in Redding, CA.


Feature films
  • 2000: Maggie Moore as Alex
  • 2000: Soledad
TV series

(Selective. For a comprehensive list, see IMDb)


As Writer / Lyricist
  • Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings (co-creator and co-lyricist of musical)
As actor


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