Frank Spadone began working amateur and open mic nights in Toronto in 1997, constantly building his material and starting to create a buzz. In less than a year he would perform in his first professional spot. Soon he was headlining at the top comedy clubs in Toronto and then taking his act to many other cities across Canada. He continued honing his craft, graduating from improv classes at Second City and still takes many advanced improv and acting classes.
Frank’s personable accounts of family life have quickly made him a top headliner at comedy clubs and theatres across Canada and the US. He has been featured at comedy festivals in Australia, South Africa, and is a regular face at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Frank’s movie credits include Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, Take The Lead and The Man and he has appeared on TV series The Border, Little Mosque on the Prairie, and Mr. D.