Frantz Hall currently leads a double life. By day he is a Vice President at a major financial institution working on diverse financial and IT based projects, and by night he is one of the co-producers of Qtalk. He spent 20 years earning a living in the arts and, due to a knee injury, spent the last 12 years paying the bills working in corporate America but his passion will always be the arts.
He has appeared on Broadway in "Oh Kay!", "Tommy Tune Tonite!", "Swinging On A Star", and "Play On!". His touring and regional credits include such shows as "Sophisticated Ladies" with Freda Payne, "The Tap Dance Kid" with Harold Nicholas, "Dream Girls", "My One And Only", "Swing" with Margaret Whiting, "Guys And Dolls", and "If These Shoes Could Talk". He has also had the privilege to perform with such stars as Whitney Houston (International concert tour and Freedom Fest for Nelson Mandela), Cab Calloway, Burt Bacharach, Barry White, Deborah Harry, and , believe it or not, Annie Sprinkle (not what you think!).
His television appearances include playing a murderer on America's Most Wanted and The Two Of Hearts in the PBS version of Alice In Wonderland with Richard Burton. He has been everything from actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, director, dance teacher, acting teacher, and producer. Once of his proudest achievements is the recording of his first CD titled "Giovanni" available on Amazon.com. He is most proud of his relationship of 20 years with photographer Frank Louis.
Qtalk is Frantz's current passion. He loves the opportunity to illustrate the diversity of the LGBT community, bridge the gap between communities , promote talented performers, work with some of his dearest friends.
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