Francisco (Frankie) RamosActor
Frankie Ramos aka Francisco Ramos is a NYC Native from Puerto Rico who was raised in Bushwick and Williamsburg, Brooklyn. From early on in elementary school Frankie began his performing career in the Glee Club and Dance Club. During his teenage years he also performed with a couple of singing boy groups, dance troupes and fashion shows which performed at various low income and impoverished neighborhoods. Frankie paused in his performing career goals which were more of a hobby (he thought at the time) and began going to school for paralegal studies at Hofstra University and pursuing a career in the legal field. For the next decade he worked as a successful paralegal with a major law firm until he finally realized he wasn’t pursing his “True Dreams". Frankie then sold his home , quit his job and began the quest of fulfilling his dream. He moved back to city and began auditioning and studying acting. Frankie also began filming and editing film on his own, which opened the door to more interests and talents he never knew he had. He began began a new hobby of filming music videos, short films and corporate videos. He also was approached to model and began a small modeling career as well. Frankie’s true passion is in acting so he pursues this more aggressively and immediately he started booking local commercials, student films and television roles which gave him a taste of his future life as an actor. Frankie was a finalist in the short list for a casting on Be The Movie Star in London, England. He starred in the television show “Watching the Detectives” on A & E Biography Channel. Frankie also starred in the Johnny Walker Film “Going Up?” and “Desperate Times” by Eric Levy. He worked on MTV3 playing Ricardo Montalban and on VH1 as a dancer. He also has worked as a model and videographer on various projects. He most recent starring work in “Naked White Roses” by Henry B. Roa was acclaimed and chosen to be screened at the HBO New York International Latino Film Festival, San Francisco Latino Film Festival, New Filmmakers Festival, BAAD Festival and the Harlem Film Festival. The Huffington Post also wrote an acclaimed article on the film and its success. Currently, Frankie is studying and pursuing his goals as an actor and is looking forward to working on a New Film in the Lead Role "The Hardest Love" by Director Henry B. Roa. Frankie Ramos also has joined KLJ Talent and looks forward to a great successful career in acting. Please Stay Tuned!