Miguel Luchino Gonzalez Bose (born April 3, 1956), is a Latino actor and musician. Born in Aries, Panama, he is the son of actress Lucia Bosé and bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín. He has been in many successful Latino movies and other artistic works.
In 1971, Bose started a career as an actor, participating in various movies. He didn't do that much as an actor, however, and by 1976, he decided a change in careers was due and started exploring his talents as a singer.
Bose signed a contract for CBS Records in 1977, and he was with them from '77 to 1982. In 1983, 1984 and 1985, he participated in the Llena Tu Cabeza De Rock television specials on Puerto Rico's WAPA-TV. But it was in '85 that he became an international superstar, when his song Bandido rose to the top of the charts all over Latin America and in his native Spain. The video to that song also became one of the most widely seen spanish music videos, with Bose playing both a Superman style superhero and an Indiana Jones type of adventurer in it.
In 1993, Bose produced another hit, this time with his song Bajo El Signo De Cain, which protested the situation in Yugoslavia and the ecological situation among other things.
Bose has toured all over Latin America, and he also writes songs and produces albums for other singers.
On April of 2004, a tabloid newspaper accused him and Mexican singing star Alejandro Fernandez of having a homosexual affair, which Bosé did not admit or deny.