Frank Rossi, actor, writer, teacher, agent, manager, casting director, and Buffalo re-pat sits down with us to talk about what it took to make it in Hollywood. Turns out it takes sneaking into the Paramount lot, showing up uninvited to auditions, and putting a shot gun down Woody Harrelson’s underwear. Frank has starred in Miami Vice and Blue Chips, but you might know him from his role “Frank Stucci” in White Men Can’t Jump. He’s a great story teller and we hope you enjoy this episode as much as we do!
The Buffalo Effect: The Buffalo Effect shares the stories from a rust belt city that picked itself up, brushed itself off and learned how to shine again. We talk to interesting people who call Buffalo home and have impacted this re-emerging city.
The Buffalo Effect is produced by Michelle Levitt at the Too Much Neon Neon Studio in Buffalo, New York and engineered by John Ceglia at Cameleon Communications.