Frank Harts, the son of an Irish Mother and African American/ Cherokee Father, was raised in Rural Illinois and graduated from Rock Falls High School And Juilliard (Group 31). He equally enjoys working in Theater, Television , Films , and creating original material for the web and original songs for film soundtracks.
Some highlights of his career to date include the Tony-winning Broadway production of A Raisin in the Sun in 2004, the World Premiere off-Broadway of David Ives's School For Lies directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie at Classic Stage Company, American Premiere off-Broadway of acclaimed Japanese playwright Toshiki Okada's ENJOY directed by Obie-winner Dan Rothenberg at 59E59 Theaters, The Baltimore production of Lynn Nottage’s Fabulation, and the Juilliard Production of Lawrence Fishburne’s Riff Raff.
On film, Harts has worked with Jane Campion, Steven Soderbergh, Philip Noyce, Spike Lee, Matt Aselton. And most recently with Michael Almereyda and Steve McQueen.
Home audience will recognize Harts from his performances in Law and Order, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Queens Supreme, Hope and Faith and Early Edition. With EST/Youngblood he has worked on: Octoberfest, Marathon, Bloodworks, Asking For Trouble. He is also a member of the NY theater company Partial Comfort--currently nominated for three Drama Desk Awards for A Bright New Boise.
Visit frankharts.blogspot.com/ for the latest.