Frantz Antoine Louizia Jr. was born on April 14, 1987 in Boston, Massachusetts. He is the middle of three children of a Haitian mother and father; Marlene and Frantz. He is an exquisite actor, dancer, director, producer, Vocalist, instrumentalist and Writer whose energy, skill and stage presence is acclaimed for its craftsmanship, ingenuity, humor, and at times eclectic musical accompaniments. Frantz has extensive training in drama, comedy, improv, musical theater, tap, jazz, ballet, modern, swing, salsa, hip-hop and Haitian folk dance. Frantz grew up in a family that appreciated theater, music and dance and nurtured his talents at the age of 2; his mother taught him how to dance and introduced him to Haitian folk dance.
It wasn’t until his high school years he truly caught the acting bug. He attended Boston Arts Academy high school. In the high school years of his career, he worked with well known choreographers Ronald K Brown, Sean Curran and Marlies Yearby. He received his Bachelors degree for the Performing Arts from Dean College. In his collegiate years, He starred in plays such as “Anything goes”, “My Favorite Year”, “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and “Sweet Charity”.
With his acting versatility and powerful presence he found work in numerous television and film productions such as HGTV Home Renovations, Connecticut State Lottery Commercial, Gatorade, Mohegan Sun Casino and was featured in the Sun Dance Film Festival.
He lives in Los Angeles, California where he runs his production company, “Myth Productions”.