Frankie started life right here in London and despite moving 19 times in her life, she has only managed to end up as far away as Surrey. Frankie did try to move all the way to Cornwall once, but she soon decided that country life wasn’t for her, swiftly returning to more familiar ground!
Growing up, Frankie had the dream of being a doctor, until she realised she had a fear of hospitals. She quickly changed her career plan and instead focused on becoming famous. In order to achieve her dreams Frankie starred in a number of theatre productions; some notable roles include Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray and Audrey in The Little Shop of Horrors. Frankie didn’t limit her chances of becoming famous just to acting though and decided if acting didn’t come through, knowing one song on the guitar might help…
Frankie decided to venture out of Surrey for 3 years to continue pursuing fame, by studying Television and Broadcasting at the University of Portsmouth. Here she made her big TV debut, appearing on local TV presenting at the Mary Rose Museum. Whilst at university Frankie also combined her love of skiing with her love of having fun and became the social secretary for the Skiing Society. Here, not only did she help to organise the annual ski trip, but she also delved into culinary firsts, eating a delicious dog food taco!
Finishing her degree, Frankie decided her goal of being famous had been met and she decided to carry on at Portsmouth for a final year, studying for a master’s degree in Business. This led to the moment she decided to join Merkle | Periscopix in the Paid Social team, where her enthusiastic and hardworking nature shows across all her accounts.