David Fierro is an actor currently living in New York City. He was born and bred in the San Francisco Bay Area. When he was 10, he was rejected from playing Little League Baseball because he lacked, in their words, “the killer spirit” for the game. He instead appeared in the musical Li’l Abner as Senator Phogbound. After the first performance, he never cared about baseball again.

David has been very fortunate to work with some great artists in all mediums including: Steven Soderbergh, Francis Lawrence, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu, Mary Zimmerman, Stephen Brackett, Will Pommerantz, Andrei Serban, and Kristin Linklater.

Some selected credits include:
TV: The Knick, Blue Bloods, The Following, Person of Interest
FILM: Birdman, Side Effects, Il Giorno in Piu
THEATRE: NEW YORK: Off Broadway: Ethel Sings, Classic Stage Company: As You Like It, Riverside Theater: Love's Labor's Lost, Three Sisters, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Good Person of Szechwan 3LD: The Corsair REGIONAL: Shakespeare and Company: The Comedy of Errors, Berkeley Rep: Argonautika, The Pillowman, Mother Courage.

David holds an MFA in acting from Columbia University. He has trained with American Conservatory Theater, Shakespeare and Company, and The California State Summer School for the Arts.

When not doing all of this, David enjoys traveling the world. His favorite places include Barcelona, Costa Rica, and Prague. He can’t wait to see them all again!