Master of None is always worth watching! Special shout out to Frank Harts most recently in Season 2, ep 6.
The second season of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix comedy-drama is delightfully uneven. At times, its romanticism seems almost smothering, but a great experiment in which all the main characters give up the spotlight for an episode, as well as the instantly TV-canon-worthy episode “Thanksgiving,” are among highlights that easily outweighed any tonal missteps. — Linda
Greg Berlanti/ABC have confirmed Frank Harts as head of counterintelligence
Kevin Tancharoen to direct.
Another guest lead at CBS with a great director Jonny Lee Miller
Don’t miss it: Frank Harts in a Labute play this summer.
July 22nd- September 3rd, 59E59.org for tix!
Great mention of a scene featuring Frank Harts: “…The greatest passages come from Paterson’s driving scenes, when he eavesdrops on random exchanges about topics ranging from anarchy to social outings that wouldn’t feel out of in his vignette-driven ‘Coffee and Cigarettes…'”
In Jarmusch’s PATERSON, receiving rave reviews from Cannes!