Since leaving drama school (East 15 Acting School), Frank has had a varied background in film and theatre. He has acted in productions ranging from pantomime to Shakespeare, and several seasons of rep.. His Theatre & Film appearances include such musicals as, 'Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat', 'Oliver', 'Side By Side', 'Into The Woods', His Shakespeare include 'A Midsummer Nights Dream', 'Macbeth', 'The Tempest'. He quickly built his reputation for strong leading and character roles in all styles of theatre proving himself to be a very capable and adept physical performer with equally proficient as both a comedy and serious actor. A wide variety of strong roles followed. His film appearances started as an extra in 'The Star Wars Films', a small cameo role in 'Revenge of Billy the Kid', then, as with his Theatre career, roles rapidly increased to Supporting actor and leads. He will soon be seen in, a thriller called 'Room 36', in which he dies with the help of a champagne bottle, due for screening at Cannes 2001. In 'The Changeling', a film adaptation of the Middleton play, as Don Pedro playing opposite Billy Connoly, Ian Dury and John Cooper-Clarke, and an American cult movie series 'Witchcraft X - Mistress of the Craft'. He has gained some unexpected celebrity in
His fame has been picked up by The Guardian which has led to a number of Radio & TV interviews such as a special guest on Radio 5 Live, South Eastern Radio, BBC News, and interest in guest appearances from The Big Breakfast and several late night shows. He hopes to develop his status and show he do more than drop his trousers.
More recently he has played at Shakepeare's Globe and received critical acknowledgement for his role as The Porter in Lucy Bailey's MACBETH in 2010. Over the last couple of years he's appeared in on television and film on a regular basis. A batch of features he's made are due to be released throughout 2011 including KILL KEITH, THE CAKE MAKER, ILLUSION, ROBERT & GRAVE TALES.
He will be appearing on Stage this Summer at Regent's Park in A BEGGAR'S OPERA and looking forward to it.
To be updated.