About Me

Growing up in a musical family in Toms River, NJ, Frank’s journey with music began at an early age.  He grew up listening to the musical liking's of Frank Sinatra, Maynard Ferguson, The Four Seasons, Beethoven, and of course the music of Broadway.  He saw his first Broadway show when he was 6 and has loved going to the theatre ever since. 


 At age 9, he began learning to read music as well as playing the saxophone, which took up most of teenage years into his early 20’s.  His first time on stage was his Middle school production of The Wizard of Oz and that is where he caught the "acting bug". After various school musicals and many community theatre productions, at 20 he took his first voice lesson with Tenor, Jay Winston, who showed him the world of Opera. 


After finishing his AA degree at Brookdale Community College, he transferred to Montclair State University as a Music Education major with a concentration in Voice. Studying under Bass-Baritone, Peter Stewart, he thrived as a vocalist in the Lyric Tenor repertoire as well as being Section leader for multiple choral groups, and pledged Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. What drove him to pursue a professional career was being cast as his dream role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables and thus began the grind of auditioning in NYC and at 26 booked his first professional show with Prather Productions. 


Since the spring of 2014, he has been blessed to be continuously working as a professional actor. In his spare time, he enjoys drinking craft beer, playing golf, playing poker, board games/jackbox games, Dungeons and dragons, watching TV, taking long road trips, sleeping, and spending quality time with his girlfriend, Shannon.

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.

-Wayne Gretzky"

            -Michael Scott