Frank is a collector of contemporary art.
Frank set a NCAA record in the 60-yard indoor high hurdles while in college at Kenyon College.
Frank says his wife, Teja Anderson, is his favorite actress.
When Frank first signed his contract with Guiding Light he bought himself a set of Ben Hogan golf clubs as a reward.
Frank calls his mother and father "his light". Go to FindYourLight.net to see Frank and the other stars of Guiding Light talk about what their "light" is.
Frank and his wife, Teja, appeared in an infomercial for Time Life's "Singers and Songwriters" collection.
In 1989, Frank was a judge at the Miss Teen USA pageant.
Frank plays the part of "Dean the Dog" in the audio book Growing Up With Loukoumi by Nick Katsoris. The All-Star cast also includes Olympia Dukakis, Alexis Christoforous, Gloria Gaynor, and Constantine Maroulis.
Frank appeared on the cover of Playgirl magazine's April 1989 issue.
Frank originally auditioned for the role of Will Jeffries on Guiding Light.
On February 13, 2007 Frank appeared on WPLJ's "The Big Show with Scott and Todd" to talk about Guiding Light's 70th anniversary.
Frank: (On the cast of "Guiding Light" rebuilding homes in Biloxi, MS) I've never seen anything like that in my life. A company of actors getting together to do that and not for a glamour shot but for the right reasons. There was nothing glamorous about what we did on that show. It was honest, it was realistic, and yeah, it was occasionally fun, but it was more about work and what we were doing.
Frank: (After helping to rebuild homes in Biloxi, MS) We have such a wealth in this country and we can't even take care of our own. It just isn't right!
Frank: (After the cast of "Guiding Light" traveled to Biloxi, MS) We had no idea what to expect, but when we drove through New Orleans to Biloxi, we realized that not even one percent has been rebuilt. We hadn't even gotten to our destination, and we were already in major shock.
Frank: I honestly believe that every adult and every person out there should look at life through the eyes of a child.
Frank: The most important thing a child can have is dreams. Without dreams I don't think there is any future.
Frank: Children can see things a whole lot better than us and we should all take a lesson from them.