LOS ANGELES, June 30, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Actor Frank Cole (Mafia III, Curbside, in a kingdom by the sea) has signed with Maverick Artist Agency (sports division). A rising young star who has already been working with the Kim Dawson Agency in Dallas, TX. Frank is a creative individual gaining momentum fast in the entertainment industry, being cast in short films, commercials, print ads and his recent project with Darling Magazine.
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Paul Finocchiaro, Instructor, A.C.T said, “Frank is a former student of mine at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. I found him to be a very bright young man with a real passion for acting. He was committed, prepared, giving, had a good concentration and a vivid imagination. He took instruction well and was able to apply it immediately.”
Moving to the capital of the entertainment industry has giving Frank an overwhelming amount of success, pushing boundaries and making connections is what he did to land himself some pretty big roles in Hollywood. Frank’s biggest and most recent roles included Chucky in Mafia 3 and Dr. Christian Ditter in the Netflix show GirlBoss.
Dan Ireland, Director & Producer who has worked with Renee Zellweger and Jessica Chastain said, “Frank is a tremendously gifted actor. His ability and outright freedom as an actor to give himself over completely to whichever character he was inhabiting was beyond impressive and clearly the mark of someone to watch. In my opinion, anyone who has the opportunity to work with Frank should not hesitate to do so. He is an actor that is surprisingly inventive and inspiring. That in itself is a rare thing indeed and one to be cherished.”
Frank Cole is an American Film, Television and Theatre actor. Signed to Maverick Artist Agency & Kim Dawson Agency. If you would like to learn more about Frank, please reach out to Frank at [email protected] or Joseph Benjamin of Revolt PR [email protected]
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