Born in Hialeah, Florida (a suburb of Miami) to Cuban parents Jorge Norona and Edith Iglesias, David began his acting career in 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! An Ovation Award nomination followed soon after for his portrayal of Irving Berlin in “Tin Pan Alley Rag”, at the Pasadena Playhouse. Most recently, he received critical acclaim for originating yet another biographical role: Frankie Valli in La Jolla’s smash production of “Jersey Boys.” Most recognized for his two-season portrayal as the compassionate guidance counselor on “Six Feet Under,” other TV appearances include “In Treatment,” “CSI: Miami,” “Monk,” “Boston Legal” and “Frasier,” to name a few. Outside of acting, Noroña’s work as co-creator and co-lyricist of the groundbreaking musical “Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings” recently garnered 10 Ovation Award nominations, including Best New Musical. Noroña currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and his three sons.