Davi Santos is a Brazilian-American actor raised in New York City. He attended the Professional Performing Arts Middleschool and graduated from "Fame" LaGuardia Performing Arts Highschool. He was active in the theatre while appearing on various national commercials. He attended the Macaulay Honors College at City University of New York with a major in Cognitive Philosophy. He founded the Macaulay Theatre Group which produced dozens of original plays that fostered a collaboration between professionals with Emmy Winning and Broadway experience and the students. He holds a second degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate. He co-wrote and starred in the docufiction Lone Prophet on the NY Dream Act and later The Cure which premiered at Cannes Film Festival. His new screenplay is an Academy Nicholl Fellowship Quarterfinalist. He moved to Los Angeles after appearing on ABCs Dont Trust The B-- in Apartment 23 continued on to How to Rock, Mystery Girls, Switched at Birth, and Chasing Life. He was a recurring guest star on the American sitcom Mr. Box Office. He is currently living in the South Pacific for an undisclosed production.