William Levy was born in Cuba and immigrated to Miami, Florida at the age of 14. He attended St.Thomas University on a baseball scholarship before dedicating himself to pursuing a career in acting.
Levy starred in a string of hit television series including “Cuidado con el ángel,” “Sortilegio,” “Triunfo del amor” and “La Tempestad,” which have been translated into dozens of languages and have aired in over 100 countries worldwide.
Named one of the Top 10 Latino Actors by Variety, Levy has appeared in a number of films including Tyler Perry’s Single Moms Club, Universal’s Term Life and Lionsgate’s Addicted, which grossed the highest per-screen average during its opening weekend and earned Levy the award for Best Actor at Premios Juventud. He also starred in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter for Screen Gems and was a series regular on “Star” for 20th Century Television and Lee Daniels Entertainment. Most recently, he wrote, produced and starred in En Brazos de un Asesino (In the Arms of a Killer), the feature film adaptation of the romance suspense novel Killing Sarai, written by New York Times Bestselling Author J.A. Redmerski. Next, Levy will co-produce and star in La isla, a thriller set on Easter Island, which will begin shooting this fall.