Frank Brooks
Frank Brooks' professional life began at the age of 12 as a disc jockey on a small station. There, on his 14th birthday, he became a full time announcer. For the next three decades he continued in broadcasting at radio and TV stations and networks, in markets medium and major, as announcer, director or producer. Among his employers: CBS, Sheridan, MBS and The Voice of America.

For several years, Frank operated an audio visual recording and production studio, specializing in radio commercials and audio for TV. He graduated from the College of William and Mary with a degree in theatre, and completed a two year tutorial program in directing at the Virginia Museum Theatre Conservatory. In all, Frank has trod the boards in some fifty plays. A character actor, he has performed roles in a dozen films. Among them: The Child Mothers, A Nation Heals, From the Earth, Take No Chances, and Homicide: Life on the Street.

Frank Brooks and his wife, Sally Carson, make their home in Arlington, Virginia.