Miguel A. Gaetán is a Puerto Rico-born, Atlanta, Georgia-bred musician and actor. He studied music education with a concentration in percussion at Florida A&M University, where he was also a member of the world-renowned FAMU Marching 100 marching band. Miguel is known for his ability to fuse Latin sounds and rhythms with smooth R&B grooves to bring a unique flavor to a large variety of different genres. He has had the privilege of sharing the stage and collaborating creatively with many incredible multi-platinum recording artists such as Aretha Franklin, Mariah Karey, OutKast, Ludacris, Angie Stone, Kenny Lattimore, Deniece Williams, CeCe Peniston, The Jackson 5, Queen Latifah, Deborah Cox, Anthony David, Bobby Brown, and a host of A-List independent artists. Miguel has also had the privilege of being a member of the house bands for The Stellar Awards, Black Music Honors, and The Trumpet Awards.

Miguel started his acting career with his silver screen debut as “Trey” in the iconic 20th Century Fox Film Drumline. He has also appeared in the BET series The Game, FOX’s The Resident, ABC’s Will Trent, NBC’s Revolution, CBS’s NCIS, and several other movies and TV shows. With his unwavering love and dedication to music, film, and community, Miguel A. Gaetán’s name is synonymous with success and with a genuine, heartwarmingly generous spirit you can feel from miles away.