After graduating from the Montreal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in 1994, Martin-David Peters has a prolific career both in Quebec and Ontario. In his beginnings, we saw him on the small screen in Jamais deux sans toi, Les Héritiers Duval, as well as the popular youth series La Princesse astronaute. He also worked at the Nouveau Monde Theatre under the direction of René-Richard Cyr (Le voyage du coronation) and Lorraine Pintal (Vu du Pont), as well as at the Jean Duceppe Theatre in Des souris et des hommes (Vincent-Guillaume Otis) and Des hommes d’honneur (Claude Maher). He also participates in the event play M'appelle Mohamed Ali under the direction of Tatiana Zinga Botao and Philippe Racine.
On our screens, we saw him in Série noire, New address, Blue moon and Cheval-Serpent. Martin-David is part of the drama series Fragile (for which he received a Gémeaux nomination in 2020). His projects roll in 2021, he lends roles in Sortez-moi de moi, Les petits rois, Après, L’homme qui aimait trop, Plan B, Bête Noire and Audrey est revenue (where he obtained his 2nd Gémeaux nomination in 2022). Currently, he plays the role of lawyer Frédéric Legrand in the daily series Indéfendable.
On film, he plays in the feature film Nitro by Alain Desrochers, in En plein coeur by Stéphane Géhami and in À tous ceux qui ne me lisent pas by Yan Giroux. In 2022, he played the role of Jean-Marc in Stéphane Lafleur's film, Viking.
The few years he spent in Toronto did not leave him inactive: author-storyteller of the Contes urbains in 2002 (French Theater of Toronto), he worked on many productions with that same theatre, such as Un air de famille (G. Mignault), La critique de l’école des femmes (J.-Stéphane Roy) and Le visiteur (G. Mignault).
In 2021, Martin-David releases his first novel, Clark ou la peau de l’ours, the story of a diverse actor on stage and screen, a fictional and lucid tale that calls for a rejection of stereotypes.