Frank Murdocco is a classically and contemporarily trained New York Based performer and writer. Since graduating Stony Brook University in 2018 (BA-Theatre Arts, Magna Cum Laude), his work has been seen across the New York Stage. His first solo piece, The Public and Private Deaths of Carol O’Grady, had its New York City Premiere in the New York International Fringe Festival in October of 2018. This acclaimed run led to an off-broadway engagement at HERE Arts Center that following winter.
As a performer, he’s collaborated onstage with multiple internationally acclaimed directors for over a decade. He has made multiple appearances on television, including The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Studios), Billions (Shotime), and The Deuce (HBO). Additionally, he’s appeared and provided voiceover for several ad campaigns for television, social media, and movie theaters. His expansive range has allowed him to form a resume of varied performances that run the gamut of types and genres.
As a writer, his first produced play, The Public and Private Deaths of Carol O’Grady, was greeted by the New York Stage with widespread acclaim. He is currently developing an adaptation of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya and recently began development for a new full-length play with the Gingold Theatrical Group, as a member of the play development program Speaker’s Corner.
He is a proud member of GIAA and The Dramatists Guild.