David Everhart Castro
David Castro (David Everhart Castro) is an American actor of German, Irish and El Salvadorean descent. He has worked extensively in theatre, television and film. His father, Charles Dale Everhart, was a celebrated naval officer of 30 years and later was 15 years with the CIA. He is buried at Arlington Cemetery. His mother, a native of El Salvador, was Miss Central America including Columbia in the early fifties.
David has had the opportunity to return to his mothers homeland El Salvador as the male lead of Relentless, just released by Gravitas Ventures in North America. He is receiving rave reviews for his performance as Fern. David will reprise this role in Special Interest Agent, an international thriller torn from today's Middle East and political headlines. The irrepressible Ferdinand is found working with Homeland Security in Syria with a small task force trying to find and stop the head of Isis.
One of his favorite roles was playing Jesus in the national tour of the female version of THE ODD COUPLE, by Neil Simon. The tour played 148 performances in over 50 cities, to extremely well-received reviews throughout.
Mr. Castro not only directs 116 MacDougal, but also plays the role of Albert Grossman, the surly, egotistical but musically and culturally clairvoyant manager of Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul & Mary. He has acted in or directed over 130 Hollywood projects, including The Lincoln Lawyer with Matthew McConaughey.
Mr Castro owes his dedication to the arts to his Aunt Jane Glodek, a painter, and his cousin Roxana, also a painter. In recent years most of his work has been in the independent film world, but he greatly looks forward to his return to the theatre and working in front of a live audience once again.