Frank Bishop’s natural ability to command everyone’s attention when he steps into any room is not something you see very often. His presence is formidable. His voice is so multi-faceted he can strike fear in you, make you laugh, or soothe your soul. As a seasoned adult, Frank provides an added layer of texture to his performances that only enhances the believability he brings to any role. As “Kreon'' in UCLA’s Fall 2022 production of Antigone, Frank put his versatility on display while taking audiences on a roller coaster of emotions. His toolbox was on full display at Cypress College before transferring to UCLA with roles like “Rooftop” in Our Lady of 121st Street, “Chutes & Ladders'' in Water by the Spoonful, and “Wardell Owens” in Sordid Lives. He was awarded Outstanding Graduate before transferring. He has also had various lead and supporting roles in short films with student directors at UCLA and has experience on set as a SAG-Aftra member that began at the start of his journey in 2011. Frank is a husband and father to two adult sons, a 10-pound min dachshund, and a German Shephard/Rottweiler/Pitbull mixed 4-month-old puppy. Frank enjoys spending time with his family, and dogs, and trains as a boxer/trainer in his spare time. Frank looks at what he does as an act of service. He considers it a privilege to be able to affect his own life positively using acting as a form of therapy and to be able to do the same for others through his performances.