Miranda is an award-winning writer whose first scripted series for television, Marisa Romanov, is set to appear on Amazon Prime later this year. The series is inspired by the 2001 Venice and Berlin Festival winning short. Additionally, Miranda was signed by Winterwolf Press to write a 4-book prequel series to Marisa Romanov with the first novel, Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story, to debut November 2019 in stores nationwide with the feature film rights currently under studio option. In 1997, Miranda presented her dual Off-Broadway play, The Flame, which ran at the former Bleecker Street Theatre in New York City as well as at the NY Deli Theatre in Houston, Texas, which she directed. The play received critical acclaim from the Houston Press and The Village Voice during its original run. In 2017, Miranda directed the 20th anniversary run of The Flame in Los Angeles, gaining praise from The Los Angeles Times. In 2018, Miranda directed the stage adaptation of her award-winning, time-travel/sci-fi/romance short story, Coffee with John, which received a glowing mention in The Los Angeles Times.
As a past producer with Discovery Networks, Spigener-Sapon worked on many television projects at TLC and Discovery, including as a writer/director for her film, Walk On, about equine/hippotherapy for the disabled that aired on the networks in syndication. Most recently, Miranda directed the documentary feature, Masculinity That Inspires Change, written by Gunter Swoboda, now available on Amazon Prime. A Texas native, Miranda Spigener-Sapon lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Felipe. Miranda is repped by literary agent Karen Patmas of National Talent LA and is managed by Will McPherson of M3 Artists. Her publicist is Jamie Goucher of MS Film PR Literary and her attorney is David Kim at The Hollywood Lawyer.