About Frank Piciullo
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Frank Piciullo's been a performer for as long as he can remember. Grade school talent shows turned into junior high school plays turned into high school performances of some note. He auditioned and was accepted into the University of Southern California's fairly prestigious B.F.A. Drama program. There he honed his acting craft and breathed fire into several memorable portrayals, not unlike his old friend from Japan, a certain big lizard he shares a symbiotic relationship with. He returned to his sweet home, Chicago, and in the autumn of 2008 finally returned to Los Angeles. Along the way he's received respected accolades for his extensive stage work in both dramatic and comedic roles and has directed in that arena as well. He's performed on television, appeared in web projects and industrials, has done voice-over work, has appeared as host and spokesman, and continues to add to his list of film credits. As a vocalist, Frank has appeared on stage in numerous musicals, has recorded an audition album of classic Sinatra-type pieces, "Hard Ten", and can blow the roof off the joint in diverse genres. His songwriting, inspired by Lennon/McCartney most often, displays the same diversity...from pop & rock to blues, folk, and ballads. Frank has penned three television scripts and two screenplays including "Good Luck", a caper-noir that takes place in Las Vegas and is centered around a high stakes poker game, registered and copyrighted with The Writers Guild of America and The Library of Congress, respectively.