Frank Moore

Frank Moore was born in the small port town of Bay de Verde, Newfoundland, Canada. On stage, he has appeared in an incredibly broad repertoire, which includes everything from socially critical pieces by Canadian contemporary authors to musicals. Selected theatre credits include: Hair and Les Miserables (The Royal Alexandra Theater, Toronto), The Drowsy Chaperone (Winter Garden Theater), The Crackwalker (Centaur Theatre, Montreal), Leaving Home, Creeps and Russell Hill (Tarragon Theatre, Toronto), The Wrong Son (National Arts Centre, Ottawa) and Rockbound (Two Planks And A Passion Theatre, Nova Scotia), The Drawer Boy (The Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa). His many roles on TV have included Hans Frank in the mini-series Nuremberg, Donald Reagan in the mini-series The Reagans, Hubble in Earth: Final Conflict and guest starring roles on Sue Thomas FBEye and The Eleventh Hour. At the Canadian Film Awards (The Genies), Mr. Moore won Best Supporting Actor for his work in The Far Shore, and was nominated for Best Actor at the Canadian Television Awards (The Geminis) for the TV series Twice in a Lifetime. For his portrayal in the musicals Urinetown and Tommy, he was nominated at the Dora Awards in the category Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Principal Role - Musical.

Born in: 

Bay de Verde, Newfoundland, Canada

Based out of: 

Toronto, Canada