Born in Rio De Janeiro and raised in Astoria, Queens, actor Davi Santos has channeled his diversity into a burgeoning resume.
He’s transitioned from Kevin Williamson’s acclaimed CBS All Access/CW anthology series, “Tell Me A Story” into his latest vehicle for the CBS family, “Good Sam;” a medical procedural drama in which he stars opposite Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs.
The scrubs he wears portraying ‘Dr. Joey Costa’ is a drastic change from the spandex suit he assumed for his earlier role as Gold Dino Charge in the “Power Ranger” franchise. Additional television roles include the “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,” limited series opposite Edie Falco, “Chasing Life,” “Mystery Girls,” “Switched at Birth,” “Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23,” and a memorable appearance as ‘Twenty-Something’ on “Will & Grace.”
On the feature film front, Santos recently appeared in the indie thriller “13 Minutes” opposite the likes Anne Heche and Peter Facinelli. Previously, he starred in the 2019 feature “47 Meters Down: Uncaged” alongside Nia Long and John Corbett, followed by Dimension Films’ “Polaroid.”
When not filming “Good Sam” in Toronto, Santos resides in Los Angeles, when not otherwise globe-trotting for new cultural experiences. In addition to securing a double black belt in Karate, he enjoys cooking, architecture, geopolitics, and is a fellow at the Washington International Diplomatic Academy. His birthday is February 1st and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @2davisantos.