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David Noroña est un Acteur Américain né le 14 décembre 1972 à Hialeah (Etats-Unis)

David Noroña

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Nationalité Etats-Unis
Naissance 14 décembre 1972 (46 ans) à Hialeah (Etats-Unis)

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.

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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, Inconceivable, 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. He also had the lead role of Frankie Valli in the original run of Jersey Boys on La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California. 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 He also played the role of George in a Latin remake of Of Mice and Men at the Pasadena Playhouse.

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".

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Filmographie de David Noroña (5 films)

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Toute une vie à aimer, 1h35
Réalisé par Armand Mastroianni
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame
Acteurs Cheryl Ladd, Amy Grabow, David Noroña, Alan Ritchson, Brad Rowe, Millie Perkins
Rôle Will Bishop
Note70% 3.541623.541623.541623.541623.54162
Elisabeth Leroy, une jeune femme de bonne famille, vit dans une petite ville des Etats-Unis. Au fil des jours, elle s'ennuie et voudrait échapper à ce monde sans relief. Seule sa foi lui apporte du réconfort. Fervente croyante, elle fréquente régulièrement l'église et tombe amoureuse de son jeune pasteur, Ben Phillips. Dans le même temps, Will Bishop, un ami d'enfance, la demande en mariage. Elisabeth refuse et vit une folle passion dans les bras de Ben. Mais la guerre de Corée éclate. Ben, mobilisé, est obligé de rejoindre au plus vite son régiment pour aller se battre au bout du monde. Elisabeth conserve son amour au fond de son coeur. Le temps passe.
The Expendables
Acteurs Brett Cullen, Robin Givens, Idalis DeLeón, Tempestt Bledsoe, Cristi Conaway, Jennifer Blanc
Rôle Ramone
Note46% 2.3108352.3108352.3108352.3108352.310835
A group of female convicts volunteers for a mission to rescue a woman from a Cuban prison.
Petite Maman Noël, 1h30
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Comédie musicale, Fantasy, Musical
Thèmes Noël, Père Noël
Acteurs Angela Lansbury, Michael Jeter, Charles Durning, Terrence Mann, Lynsey Bartilson, David Noroña
Rôle Marcello Damoroco, an Italian immigrant in New York, who is in love with Sadie
Note67% 3.3946153.3946153.3946153.3946153.394615
Dans cette comédie musicale Madame Noël devra prouver à son mari qu'il a besoin d'aide pour que sa tâche soit bien menée. Se sentant inutile, elle part pour New York. La ville qu'elle découvre en 1910 est une carte postale de l'Amérique Victorienne, avec des scènes de rue bruyantes et des costumes d'époque. Rapidement, elle se fait des amis parmi les communautés juive et irlandaise qui la confortent dans l'idée qu'une femme doit se prendre en charge toute seule. Cependant, durant son absence, le Père Noël a réalisé combien le travail était moins bien fait sans sa femme. Il comprend maintenant que sa contribution à Noël a toujours été d'une grande aide. Ce Noël, Madame Noël réalisera donc enfin son rêve : conduire un traîneau, à côté de celui de son mari.
Twisted
Twisted (1996)
, 1h40
Réalisé par Seth Michael Donsky
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame
Thèmes L'enfance, Sexualité, Homosexualité, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Ray Aranha, William Hickey, David Noroña, Anthony Crivello, Jean Loup, Billy Porter
Note47% 2.3689252.3689252.3689252.3689252.368925
William Hickey stars as Andre, the lecherous brothel owner that trades in young men. Exploiting his young charges through paternalism and drugs, Andre sets his sights on Lee (Keivyn McNeil Graves), a ten-year-old, black, runaway orphan. Through Andre, Lee quickly becomes immersed in New York's sleazy underbelly of drug dealers and street hustlers. The boy's only hope for survival is the aspiring songwriter Angel (David Norona), himself a former hustler and drug dealer. Angel befriends Lee and rescues him from the wiles of Andre's cohort Fine Art (Jean Loup Wolfman), who attempts to profit on Lee's tender age. Eventually, Andre's petty empire is vanquished by Shiniqua (Billy Porter), a powerfully wise and glamorous drag queen whose fiercely maternal spirit is every bit the match for the depraved denizens of the brothel.
Money for Nothing, 1h40
Réalisé par Ramón Menéndez
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Thriller, Comédie, Action, Policier
Acteurs John Cusack, Debi Mazar, Michael Madsen, Benicio del Toro, Michael Rapaport, Philip Seymour Hoffman
Note58% 2.901062.901062.901062.901062.90106
Joey (John Cusack) is an unemployed longshoreman who finds a bag full of money that fell out of the back of an armored car. Joey forces his friend Kenny Kozlowski (Michael Rapaport) to drive Kenny's car in the lake to hide the tire tracks. Unknown to them, a local boy witnesses them doing the crime. Joey tells Kenny that he's not going to turn the money in and will keep it for himself. Joey refuses to tell his family about it. The police are investigating the missing money and the local boy tells them about the car. The police find the car in the lake and trace it back to Kenny's house. Later, the police head to Kenny's house. During that, Kenny's dad beats his son with a belt and Kenny tells the police that Joey took the money. The neighbors overhear this and word spreads around the city that Joey took the money. Joey and his girlfriend head to the airport to leave the country, until they get arrested.