Frank Alesia


Frank Alesia was born in Illinois on January 4th, 1944 and is the Director. At the age of 67, Frank Alesia biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 4, 1944
United States
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Death Date
Feb 27, 2011 (age 67)
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Actor, Screenwriter, Television Actor
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Frank Alesia Career

Alesia was born in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to Los Angeles in 1964. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alesia became one of the last character actors in the film industry to work under the studio system, which was declining at the time. He appeared in several beach party films of the 1960s, including Pajama Party, Bikini Beach, which starred Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello, Riot on Sunset Strip and Beach Blanket Bingo. His television credits as an actor also included appearances in The Flying Nun, The Odd Couple, Gomer Pyle, That Girl, Room 222 and Laverne & Shirley.

His earliest role was as a surfer in William Asher's Bikini Beach, released in 1964. He also appeared in the beach party films Pajama Party in 1964 and Beach Blanket Bingo in 1965.

In 1970, Alesia appeared in Stanley Kramer's R. P. M., a provocative film for its time, one that portrays student outrage at the issues surrounding the Vietnam war. Along with Henry Brown, Jose Brad and Teda Bracci, he was one of the students.

Alesia later directed episodes of Captain Kangaroo, which earned him a Daytime Emmy nomination in 1979. He also joined the crew of Laverne & Shirley beginning in 1980 as both a screenwriter and television director. He directed three episodes of Laverne & Shirley, wrote one episode, and served as an executive consultant for eight episodes of the show.

He later left the entertainment industry and raced and bred thoroughbred horses.