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Frank’s latest film, WALT BEFORE MICKEY – a 1920’s Biopic on the early years of Walt Disney’s life directed by Khoa Le, was released theatrically on August 17th and is currently playing at select theaters across the country. Frank wrote and produced on the film as well as co-starring opposite Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, Rookie of the Year), Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), David Henrie (Wizards of Waverly Place, How I Met Your Mother), Jodi Sweetin (Full House, Party of Five). The film was Executive Produced by Armando Gutierrez and Arthur Bernstein and will be out on DVD/VOD and overseas in December 2015.
Frank is currently developing his latest film, Brandini, along with partner and director Khoa Le of Kvibe Productions, LLC of which Frank is the Creative Director. The duo also have three other theatrical properties in development.
Look for Frank opposite Tom Cruise in a supporting role in the feature length film, MENA, directed by Doug Liman. Release Jan 2017. Frank also just had a guest starring role on ABC’s NASHVILLE in the season ending cliffhanger. Frank can also be seen in a recurring role as the FBI Deputy Director on GRACELAND which airs on USA Network. He can also be seen in a supporting role in the new film PAPA by Academy Award Winner, Bob Yari and starring Giovanni Ribisi and Minka Kelly. The film just opened the Boston Film Festival and will be released in January 2016.
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