Miguel Angel received his bachelor's degree in Theater from the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television. After graduating from UCLA, he was part of the Latino Theater Company in Los Angeles where he co-produced and wrote original theater pieces including Melancholia, which had a successful run in Los Angeles and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland where it was nominated for an Amnesty International Award. Most recently, as an actor, he has wrapped the leading roles for the upcoming features films Cry Now and Entrapped. He had a recurring role in the long running soap General Hospital as Orlando Brooks and appeared the film We Have Your Husband for Lifetime, starring Esai Morales and Teri Polo. Other films include Love Concord (Official Selection: New York Latino International Film Festival), La Primavera (Winner: Boston Film Festival / Winner: Hampton's Int'l Film Festival / Winner: World Fest-Houston Int'l Film Fest) and Hellbent(Winner: Rhode Island International Film Festival)." On television he has appeared on shows such as CSI:NY (CBS), ER (NBC), JAG (CBS), Greetings From Tucson (WB) and The Visitor (FOX).Miguel Angel is a founder of Cinetico Productions and has also produced the critically acclaimed theater production of Latina On the Loose! which was the winner of the Brazilian International Press Award for "Best Play." Miguel Angel also produced, co-wrote and starred in the short film The Invitation, which premiered at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival and aired on the Showtime network. He also wrote and produced the PSA Know Your Rights for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) which became one of the most widely distributed and viewed tool for Immigrant Rights in the U.S. He also served as Associate Producer on the films Love, Concord, which premiered at the New York International Latino Film Festival, Forgiving Heart, which premiered at the Outfest Fusion Festival and Bruising For Besos which premiered at Outfest 2016.