New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
Frank studied at Rutgers University, where he received a Master of Library Science degree.
Frank attended Indiana University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Later, he studied at Rutgers University, graduating with a Master of Library Science degree.
Frank Mula began his successful Hollywood career as a comedy writer for the renowned comedians Bob Newhart and Rich Little, writing material for the former’s 1981 special and the latter’s 1984 special.
Mula then parlayed his comedy-writing skills into series writing, story editing and the production and creation of comedy series. He was executive story editor for a 1990 series "Grand", and held a variety of producing titles for such offerings, as the 1993 special "Related by Birth", the 1994 series "The Martin Short Show" and the 1996 version of Bill Cosby’s hit series "Cosby".
In 1996, came Mula’s most ambitious venture to date, a series, that he created, produced and wrote — "Local Heroes". This comedy series, set in Pittsburgh, revolved around the lives and problems of four young bachelors, Eddie (played by Ken Hudson Campbell), Jake (Jay Mohr), Stosh (Jason Kristofer) and Mert (Justin Louis). The show’s major venues included a bar Blue Lou’s, where the four friends congregated, and Eddie’s mother’s house, where Eddie lived with his mother and sister.
Also, Frank created, produced and wrote scripts for "Local Heroes" television series (1996). Moreover, he wrote television scripts for "The Steve Allen Comedy Hour" (television series), "Madame's Place" (television special), "What a Country!" (television series), "I Married Dora" (television special).
Today, Frank writes novels, plays, science fiction and musical theatre. He lives in Iceland.
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Frank is a member of Writers Guild of America West.
Frank is married to Dora Mula.