Frank Vincent Ferrante is an American stage actor, comedian and director known for his inspired improvisation and audience interactive comedy. His lengthy, acclaimed stage runs as the legendary American comedian Groucho Marx in the Arthur Marx/Robert Fisher play Groucho: A Life in Revue, and his own internationally touring An Evening With Groucho, established his portrayal as one of the world's top historic solo shows alongside Hal Holbrook's Mark Twain Tonight. Ferrante was nominated for the Laurence Oliver Award for 'Comedy Performance of the Year' for the title role in Groucho: A Life in Revue in London's West End in 1987. Prior, he won New York's 1987 Theatre World Award for 'Outstanding Debut' for the same role.
American comic actor and director known for playing Groucho Marx in the play Groucho: A Life in Revue and in the touring production of An Evening With Groucho.
He studied drama at the University of Southern California.
He won various honors for his work, including a 1987 New York Theater World Award.
He was raised in California by Italian immigrant parents.
He portrayed George S. Kaufman in a one-man show called By George.
- USC School of Dramatic Arts alumni
Latest information about Frank Ferrante updated on June 01 2021.