Frankie J. Alvarez

“…for though we wish to live utterly alive, within our skins,

there lives in us another yearning —

that whatever harmonic is awakened in us,

reverberate outwards, through our voice, our step,

and outwards

and outwards.”

- Moya Cannon

Nov 28 - Jan 16, 2017:

Frankie plays stoner graffiti artist Chino in VANDAL, 
a film about warring graffiti artists in the burgeoning Wynwood community of Miami.
It is the directorial debut of writer/producer JD Freixas.

Oct 2016:

Frankie plays the conflicted  Father Phillip in 
a new episode of CBS’ BLUE BLOODS, opposite Tom Selleck. 
The episode will air in late Nov/early Dec.

August 9 - October 9, 2016:

Frankie plays both Taviano Jr. and Sr. in 
the world premiere of Nilo Cruz’ “Bathing In Moonlight” 
at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ, 
directed by Artistic Director Emily Mann.

July 2016:

Frankie plays Older John in the new indie LIFE NOW, LIFE THEN,
written & directed by John J. Budion. 
The coming-of-age film plans to make the festival circuit in 2017.

June 5-12, 2016:

Frankie will be part of the staged reading of 
Matthew Lopez’ new play “Zoe’s Perfect Wedding”. 
The play is part of the Perry-Mansfield New Works Festival in Steamboat Springs, CO, and is directed by Mike Donahue.

April 20-23, 2016:

Frankie will be part of the staged reading of 
Rachel Bonds’ new play “Curve of Departure” at South Coast Rep. 
The play is part of their Pacific Playwrights Festival in Costa Mesa, CA, 
and is directed by Mike Donahue.

Frankie lives and works in NYC.

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