Frankie Warren
Dancer, Actor
Non-Union
“If art is the bridge between what you see in your mind and what the world sees, then skill is how you build that bridge”
– Twyla Tharp

Frankie Warren is an actress and dancer originally from Corner Brook, Newfoundland. After high school, Frankie moved to Calgary Alberta to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. From there she relocated to Vancouver to further her training and career as an artist. She continued to train in many other styles such as hip-hop, jazz, and heels, and completed a year of training with KTL.co in all street styles. Frankie currently dances with Sovereign dance crew.

Frankie is a Vancouver Acting School alumni, where she received two acting diplomas – FTV Diploma Program, and Acting Conservatory Diploma Program. Frankie has studied a variety of techniques and skills in theatre, on camera work, and voice over.

As a performer, career highlights include Cirque du Soleil and Luther Brown (Pan Americans Games), Peggy Baker (MOVE) and Tenille Arts (Canadian Country Music Awards). She is also known for her choreography The Convoluted in the 2018 IGNITE Festival, and for choreography and performance for singers Chloe Morgan and Sofia Evangelina.

Some of Frankie’s on-camera work includes lead in the IOU2 visual album by LA singer and record producer Lido, and dancer in the movie Honsla Rakh. Frankie has also appeared in a number of commercials for Modal Plumbing and Veldskoen shoes to name a few. Frankie currently teaches weekly slots at Boogaloo Academy and directs and teaches the Sovereign Apprentice training program at Pro Arte Centre.

Frankie uses creativity as a ritual in everything she does and is known for her vibrant personality and versatility on set. Her passion, diligence and willingness to learn fuels her artistry and always leaves her dreaming big and looking for the next opportunity.