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Miguel Angel received my bachelor’s degree in Theater from the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television. After graduating from UCLA, he formed 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.
Miguel Angel has studied with Diana Castle at the Imagined Life, Lesly Kahn Studios (Comedy), The Groundlings (Improv), Margie Haber Studios (Audition Technique), Larry Moss Studios (Scene Study) and many others. Being exposed to so many teachers has given me the tools to create his own coaching style.
Miguel Angel's latest film as a writer/director will be released in festivals in 2020. Previously wrote, produced and directed the award winning film "Broken Sunflower Hearts." He also produced and starred in the feature film "Cry Now" and "The Invitation," which 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," and "Bruising For Besos."
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. Previously he appeared on numerous shows for NBC, CBS and FOX.
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