Miguel Angel Caballero

Son of Mexican immigrant farmworkers, Miguel Angel grew up both in the U.S. and in Mexico traveling back and forth each year and attending school in both countries.  He received his  bachelor’s degree in Theater from UCLA.


Miguel Angel wrote, produced and directed the award winning film Broken Sunflower Hearts.  He co-wrote the critically acclaimed play 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.   


Miguel Angel has produced the feature film Cry Now.  He also produced 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 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 has served as Associate Producer on the films Love, Concord,  Forgiving Heart, which premiered at the Outfest Fusion Festival and Bruising For Besos which premiered at Outfest 2016. 

As an actor, he has recently wrapped the leading roles for the recently released feature film Sleeping Dogs Lie, and has worked on the upcoming American crime drama Too Old To Die Young starring Miles Teller for Amazon Studios.  He starred in and produced the film Cry Now, released in theaters in 2017. Previously he’s had a recurring role in the long running soap General Hospital as Orlando Brooks and has appeared the film "We Have Your Husband" for Lifetime. Miguel Angel has also appeared on many other TV shows including NCIS Los Angeles (CBS) and CSI:NY (CBS).