David Zepeda

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David Zepeda
Born David Zepeda Quintero
(1973-09-19) September 19, 1973 (age 42)[1]
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
Occupation Actor, Model, Singer
Years active 1999–present

David Zepeda (Spanish pronunciation: [daˈβið seˈpeða]; born David Zepeda Quintero on September 19, 1973) is a Mexican actor, model and singer, born in Nogales, Sonora, México.

He represented Mexico and placed first runner-up to Australia's Brett Wilson in the Manhunt International 2000 pageant, held in Singapore on September 29, 2000.


David Zepeda is an actor who is best known for his roles in various telenovelas, as well as some film roles. In the film Desnudos, he appears nude in a group sex scene, which is his most daring role to date. He was also part of the nude play Cuatro XXXX, where he was fully nude.

In 2007,he worked in Acorralada an Azteca production,with Sonya Smith and Alejandra Lazcano.

In 2009,he played the main antagonist in Carla Estrada's telenovela Sortilegio,along with, Jacqueline Bracamontes, William Levy and Ana Brenda Contreras.In the 2009 Premios TV y Novelas,he won the category of Best Male Antagonist.[2]


In 2010,David played antagonist in Nicandro Díaz's telenovela Soy Tu Dueña together with ensembled cast of Lucero, Fernando Colunga and Gabriela Spanic.

In 2011, he starred in Rosy Ocampo's telenovela,La fuerza del destino alongside Sandra Echeverría, Gabriel Soto and Juan Ferrara.[3]

In 2012, he starred as the protagonist in Abismo de pasión, along with Angelique Boyer, Mark Tacher, Blanca Guerra and Altaír Jarabo.Due to great performance in the telenovela,he won the 31st TVyNovelas Awards for TVyNovelas Award for Best Lead Actor.[4] In 2013, Zepeda starred as Ricardo, the protagonist in Rosy Ocampo's telenovela Mentir para vivir along with Mayrín Villanueva, Diego Olivera and Altaír Jarabo.[5][6]

In 2014, he was signed on to star in Nicandro Diaz's telenovela Hasta el fin del mundo to replace Pedro Fernandez who had quit the show due to marital and health issues.[7]

He currently resides in Mexico City.


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Marea Brava Marcos TV debut
2001 Como En El Cine Paco
2004 La Heredera Fabian
Los Sánchez Omar
2006 Amores Cruzados Diego Protagonist
2007 Acorralada Maximiliano "Max" Irázabal/Alejandro Salvatierra
2009 Sortilegio Bruno Albéniz Main Antagonist
2010 Soy Tu Dueña Alonso Peñalvert Antagonist
2011 La fuerza del destino Ivan Villagómez McGuire Protagonist
2012 Abismo de pasión Damián Arango Mondragón
2013 Mentir para vivir Ricardo Sánchez Bretón
2014–2015 Hasta el fin del mundo[8] Salvador "Chava" Cruz Sánchez / Jose Luis Ramirez #2
2016 Frente al mismo rostro Ramiro Fuentes
Year Title Role
2004 Desnudos Julio
Year Title
2012 Una Noche de Pasion


Year Album details
2013 Volverte a Enamorar

Awards and nominations[edit]

TVyNovelas Awards[edit]

Year Nominated Category Result
2010 Sortilegio Best Male Antagonist Won
2011 Soy tu dueña Best Co-star Actor Nominated
2012 La Fuerza del Destino Best Lead Actor Nominated
2013 Abismo de pasión Won[9]
El más guapo (Favoritos del público) Won

Premios People en Español[edit]

Year Nominated Category Result
2010 Sortilegio Best Male Antagonist Nominated
2011 La Fuerza del Destino Best Lead Actor Nominated
2012 Abismo de pasión Nominated

Premios Juventud[edit]

Year Nominated Category Result
2012 La Fuerza del Destino/Abismo de pasión What a Hottie! Won


  1. ^ Shande Gámezl (September 19, 2013). "Un día como hoy pero de 1973 nació en Nogales, Sonora, uno de los hombres más guapos de la televisión mexicana" (in Spanish). Televisa. Retrieved January 23, 2014. 
  2. ^ "David Zepeda es mejor actor antagonico del año" (in Spanish). Esmas. Retrieved September 8, 2015. 
  3. ^ "David Zepeda biografía" (in Spanish). Espectaculos. Retrieved September 8, 2015. 
  4. ^ La telenovela "Abismo De Pasión" inició grabaciones en Yucatán
  5. ^ Rosy Ocampo confirmó a David Zepeda y Mayrín Villanueva como protagonistas
  6. ^ Mentir para vivir, nueva telenovela de David Zepeda y Mayrín Villanueva
  7. ^ "David Zepeda joins Hasta el fin del mundo". Latin Times. Retrieved September 8, 2015. 
  8. ^ El Universal México. "Zepeda sustituye a Pedro Fernández en telenovela" (in Spanish). Retrieved October 28, 2014. 
  9. ^ "Lista de ganadoras en Premios TVyNovelas" (in Spanish). Star Media. Retrieved September 8, 2015. 

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