Bruno Del Granado
Bruno Del Granado is Head of the global Latin Music touring group at leading entertainment and
sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA), and represents many of the most accomplished
musicians working in Latin music, as well as actors, including Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Luis
Fonsi, Becky G, Thalia, Danna Paola, Residente, and Isabela Merced, among many others.
Based out of the Miami office, Del Granado works across the agency to help create opportunities
in the multicultural marketplace.
Over the course of the past year, CAA’s Latin Music touring team signed superstar Regional
Mexican band Grupo Firme, award-winning Mexican Latin pop group RBD, Latin urban/pop icon
Rauw Alejandro, as well as the much buzzed-about Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter
Elena Rose. Additionally, SNL featured player Marcello Hernandez joined the ever-growing
roster of Latin clients in 2022.
Del Granado spearheaded the negotiation for superstar Gloria Estefan to co-star opposite client
Andy Garcia in Plan B/Warner Bros.’s FATHER OF THE BRIDE remake, which premiered
globally on HBO in 2022. He also led the charge in the negotiation and release of the Estefan
Family Christmas album with Sony Music, which was released in October 2022.
Del Granado is a Board Member of the Aspen Institute’s Latinos & Society Program (Aspen
Latinos). The program identifies and promotes solutions that foster greater opportunity for
American Latinos, and enable a more prosperous and inclusive America.
He joined CAA in 2013 from RM Entertainment Group, which he formed in partnership with Ricky
Martin. He was an integral part of the team that orchestrated the joint venture between RM
Entertainment Group and Zodiak Entertainment. This new company helped to springboard RM
Entertainment into the television space, by allowing it to sell and produce Zodiak Entertainment’s
range of products to the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic markets.
Previously, Del Granado founded Entertainment Media Factory, Inc., a music, television, and film
production and programming company specializing in content for Latin America, Europe, and Asia.
Prior to Entertainment Media Factory, Inc., he was the President of Maverick Recording
Company’s Latin Division, where he signed and developed artists, such as Jorge Moreno, Chilean
singer-songwriter Nicole, and José Padilla, among others. Del Granado also served as Vice
President of Programming for MTV LatAm; a marketing advisor to Enrique Iglesias; spearheaded
a music video channel for RTVE, Spain's state-owned television network; and held senior
executive positions at EMI Music Publishing and CBS/Sony.
In addition, he was part of the Sky TV Latin America launch team and produced/hosted TV
specials for CNN’s World Beat and The Music Room, VH-1's Latin Explosion, Universal TV, and
PolyGram TV. His film activities include executive producing and music supervising a number of
projects, including RICKY MARTIN: MTV UNPLUGGED, Maverick Films/VH-1’s 30 DAYS UNTIL
I’M FAMOUS, and the critically-acclaimed documentary COCAINE COWBOYS.