Frank is the writer/performer of the critically-acclaimed off-Broadway play Blood Type: RAGU presently touring nationally and internationally. Other theatre credits include Godspell (Original Off-Broadway Production), Valley of the Dolls, Invasion of the Body Suckers (New York Theatre Workshop), What Would Nora Say? (John Drew Theatre, LI), Three Postcards, Snow White Goes West, Dinner at 8 (Heights Players, NYC), Edgar Degas in The Girl in the Blue Armchair (Westchester Conservatory), and the Pharaoh in Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lincoln Center). Film: Principal roles in the award-winning SAG films Figs for Italo, Brooklyn in July, and The Keeper directed by Bob Celli, presently touring the film festival circuit. TV: Five years as Rene Buchanan’s maître d’ on One Life to Live, other recurring roles on The Guiding Light, All My Children, ABC Afterschool Special, and The Equalizer. Frank has made appearances on ABC-TV Buffalo, Fox Morning News, Wingin' It Buffalo Style, BWW BroadwayWorld and Valerie Smaldone's Bagels and Broadway AM970 The Answer. Frank studied acting with William Esper and is a graduate of William Esper Studios. He holds a B.A. in Theatre from SUNY Empire State. When not acting, Frank is a stage director and teaching artist.