FRANK MODICA (JR)
Executive Producer - Writer - Actor
Frank Modica is a film and television actor based in New York, NY. Frank Modica was coached and inspired by his late cousin actor Robert Modica at Robert Modica Acting Studio in New York City 2012. Robert Modica taught the craft to the likes of Broadway legend Marian Seldes, John Turturro, David Duchovny, Louise Lasser, and Rachel Ward. Robert Modica also worked as an actor, with appearances in such films as Francis Ford Coppola's The Rain People (1969), Arthur Hiller's Love Story (1970), Men of Respect (1990) and Fast Food Fast Women (2000), and on such TV series as Kojak and The Equalizer. Frank Modica Jr. was fortunate enough to have Robert Modica take him under his wing. Frank Modica also attended The Philadelphia Acting Studio. He has appeared in a wide range of independent films.
Frank had the opportunity to appear on successful productions, such as Fox TV's Gotham, as well as The Irishman, by Martin Scorsese.
Following his performance in "The Fated," he became a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Frank is passionate about storytelling, and bringing characters through life with his commitment to acting and performing. His approach and line delivery has often been compared with iconic artists such as Christopher Walken. He also has created a comedic wacky character "Gilbert" from his award-winning comedy short film "The Bra" and now his comedy series "The Gilbert Diaries".