Frank’s journey from growing up on a farm in Lower Bavaria to becoming a successful cabaret artist and writer has been both diverse and remarkable. After training as a registrar and church organist, he pursued his passion for acting by completing a three-year acting course at the Zeboni Theater School in Munich.
Alongside his acting pursuits, Frank also delved into classical singing, taking lessons from renowned opera singer Miyase Kaptan and Florian Dengler. His artistic talents expanded as he began writing and performing song lyrics at the age of 16, drawing inspiration from accomplished figures in the world of cabaret, such as Monika Gruber, Gerhard Polt, and Hape Kerkeling.
At just 19 years old, Frank showcased his first long show, “My Puberty!” His talent and charisma quickly caught the attention of cabaret artist Monica Gruber, who brought him on stage as her “apprentice” on multiple occasions.
In October 2015, Frank premiered his solo exhibition titled “Everything is a bit different – from the country to the city” at the Munich slaughterhouse. This marked the beginning of his rise in the world of cabaret. His dedication and comedic flair led to the publication of a humorous book about Bavaria titled “Der famousose Freistaat,” co-written with Franziska Wanninger. The book’s immense popularity resulted in it topping Spiegel magazine’s bestseller list for several weeks.
As his career continued to flourish, Frank’s personal program “Come here, come here!” premiered in Passau in March 2018. Additionally, he embarked on a successful tour with Franziska Wanninger titled “Wia d’Semmel so da Knödel,” captivating audiences across Bavaria.
In October 2020, Frank introduced his third solo program, “One for all – All for nobody,” at the Lustspielhaus in Munich. His ability to connect with audiences and deliver witty, relatable performances has solidified his position as a celebrated cabaret artist in Bavaria and beyond. His journey from a small farm in Lower Bavaria to the stages of Munich showcases a true talent and passion for his craft.