Frank Ferrante is an actor-director dubbed "masterful" by the Chicago Tribune and "artful" by The New York Times. At 23, Frank originated the title role in Off-Broadway's Groucho: A Life in Revue by Groucho Marx's son Arthur later reprising it in London's West End and on PBS. Frank earned New York's Theatre World Award, a NY Outer Critics Circle and a London Laurence Olivier nomination for the part. He's performed the role over 2,500 times in over 500 cities - including a recent 35 city Australian tour. In 1995, he directed the premiere of the Pulitzer finalist Old Wicked Songs. His performance as Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre was heralded as a top ten of 2017 by the Wall Street Journal. He guest-starred on Rob Corddry's Emmy-winning Children’s Hospital, is a voice on the animated series SpongeBob SquarePants and Garfield, and also was a question on TV's Jeopardy. Frank is a regular with Teatro ZinZanni since 2001 performing more than 1200 shows as The Caesar.