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    • He gained noriety in 1991 for his leading man role as Jim Dodge in "Career Opportunites," the last of the John Hughes film about teenhood despite appearing in bit-parts long before this breakthrough.

    • His first two writing/directing efforts, "Joe The King" and "The Jimmy Show" both had their world premire at The Sundance Film Festival.

    • With fellow actor and friend Ethan Hawke, he helped to found the now defunct theatre group "The Malaparte" in New York City.

    • With fellow actor and friend Ethan Hawke, he helped to found the now defunct theatre group "The Malaparte" in New York City.

    • Whaley himself helped to form and perform in the now defunct rock band, "The Niagaras," with his brother; Robert, Jr.

    • Appeared on the television show "Buddy Faro" to finance his own semi-autobiographical writing/directing piece "Joe The King."

    • Frank grew up in Upstate New York.

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