MIGUEL SAGAZ

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Originally from Mexico City and Madrid, Spain, Miguel is a versatile artist with a remarkable trajectory. Best known for American Horror Story: Cult in the character of "Bruce" and as CHORIZA in the film “Cherry Pop” a hilarious comedy that is receiving rave reviews in the film festival circuit.   

In 2005 Miguel moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he worked as an actor in television series, including “CSI:NY”, “Entourage” and “Will and Grace” among others. His debut in film came in 2008 where he worked alongside actors such as Hector Jimenez (“Nacho Libre”, “El Infierno”) and Pedro Armendariz in the Warner Bros/Lemon Films “Navidad S.A” (X-Mas Inc.). Additional credits include the romantic comedy from Warner Bros/Rio Negro "No Eres Tu Soy Yo" a top ranking film in 2010, the series "Estado de Gracia", a powerful drug cartel and government conspiracy drama and Derrick D. Pete´s short film “Waste Paper.”

As an entertainment journalist and host, he had his own E! Special "The Greatest Job In The World", hosted the 24th Annual EVVY Awards, the 57th Annual EMMY Nominations for CNN and "HOY" (the Latin American version of The Today Show). Miguel has also lent his fashion expertise on CNN Español’s "Showbiz" and Univision Network. 

Sagaz has appeared in numerous stage productions including: "Coffee with myself", "The Me Nobody Knows", directed by Obbie Award winner Robbie McCauley, "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest", and "Blowing on Embers" among others. 

He has also worked as a creative director and choreographer for recording artists and bands such as Valery (Universal Music), La Nueva Banda Timbiriche (EMI) and The Leftovers.

Miguel is creating non-profit programs where he works with underprivileged children. He is creating a space for them to explore and channel their own social realities through theatre, movement, dance, music and everything related to Performing Arts.

Miguel graduated Cum Laude with a B.A in Theatre Studies (Acting) from Emerson College in Boston, MA.

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