Famous for establishing the D'Angelo Brands company, this Canadian entrepreneur also served as founder and CEO of Steelback Brewery and launched a television program called The Being Frank Show.
He exhibited his flair for business when he was only nine years, coordinating Toronto Telegram newspaper routes with other youngsters.
He sang lead vocals for his band Steelback 2-4. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, his group released a charity album titled You Gotta Believe to Believe.
The son of Italian-born parents Carmela and Giuseppe D'Angelo, he was raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
He and Irv Robbins (of Baskin Robbins fame) both founded popular Canadian food companies.