Darián is an artist of Puerto Rican descent born in Milwaukee, WI.
Born in Milwaukee Wisconsin & raised in Central Florida, Darián began his career as an avenue of exploration in the hopes of showcasing the human experience to a greater audience. As Darián reaches the fruition of his BFA acting training at the Conservatory of Purchase College, he enters the world with experience, training, and a grounded foundation and belief in himself.
Darián’s credits range from roles such as Oscar in Lynn Nottage’s Sweat, El-Fayoumy in Stephen Adly Guirges’ The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, & Westmoreland in William Shakespeare’s Henry IV Pt. 1. He has also spent his time working on numerous short film and independent projects in the goal of garnering experience and knowledge of working on-camera.
He hopes to continue his goal of positively impacting those around him in any way that he can. Feel free to reach out to him via the contact information provided at any time!
Bonus: He is fluent in Spanish!
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” - Pablo Picasso