Frank Hejl

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Frank Hejl is an improviser from Texas, now based in New York City. He is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a degree in Sociology and English. There, he had an indie/alt radio show called Frequency Down and studied improv and sketch comedy at Four Day Weekend Theater under David Wilk, David Ahearn, Frank Ford and Shane Estep. In January '07, he moved to New York to study at UCB. He has studied improv under Kate Spencer, Ari Voukydis,Joe Wengert, Shannon O'Neill, Anthony King, Will Hines, Curtis Gwinn, Neil Casey and Charlie Todd. Frank has also studied sketch with Curtis Gwinn, Michael Delaney, Peter Gwinn, Liz Cackowski, Donald Glover and Neil Casey. You can currently see him around UCB Theater either refereeing UCBW's Cagematch as "Rattlesnake Frank" or working in the tech booth as head technical director. You can also see him performing around NYC with his indie improv teams Iron Ruckus and Kraken. Frank is also currently a writer for Andy Rocco's The Hipster Show at UCB (NY).