Frank Mosley is a Texas-born artist living in Los Angeles. He's been called "a dependably fantastic American indie mainstay" (Filmmaker Magazine) and "a superb actor and filmmaker" (RogerEbert.com). He’s a fellow of the 2015 Berlinale Talents, 2017 NYFF Artist Academy, and 2016 Workshop for Auteurs led by Abbas Kiarostami. Under the direction of Charles Burnett, he also participated as an actor in the 2016 Austin Film Society Artist Intensive. He can be seen in films such as Upstream Color (2013 Sundance Jury Prize Winner, Berlinale, New Directors/New Films), Chained for Life (2018 BAMcinemaFest, NYTimes Critics Pick, Kino Lorber release), Dear Mr. Brody (2020 Telluride, Tribeca), Thunder Road (2018 SXSW Grand Prize Winner, ACID Cannes), Person to Person (Magnolia Pictures release), and as the lead in Some Beasts, for which he won a Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Sarasota Film Festival and was listed as "one of the best male performances of 2017" (Film Pulse). His recent work in Freeland (2020 SXSW, SFFILM) opposite Krisha Fairchild and Lily Gladstone has been called "excellent...compellingly slippery" (The Hollywood Reporter), "a strong supporting performance" (Variety), and "effortless and natural... his depth adds richness to the film's world" (The Seventh Row). He can currently be seen in The Ghost Who Walks, a "Top Ten Most Watched" film streaming on Netflix. He'll be seen next alongside David Arquette in The Boardinghouse Reach.
He is repped by SMS Talent (Los Angeles) and TAG Talent (Austin).