Name: Frank Sepe
Location: Long Island, NY
Born: December 28, 1971
Competition Weight: 271 lbs.
Gym: Bev Francis' Gold's Gym, Syosset NY
Competitive Record ///
- 1996 North American Championships - IFBB, HeavyWeight, 5th
- 1995 Metro Bodybuilding Championships - NPC, Overall Winner
- 1994 Eastern USA Bodybuilding Championships, HeavyWeight, 1st
Frank Sepe ///
Two of the three traits judges look for are Muscularity and Symmetry. Frank's command of these two traits have brought him front and center in Bodybuilding. Combine these traits with his looks and you have a rare appearance which not only fits well in our sport but also generates mass appeal. He has brought the sport front and center to the public as they watch all forms of media, i.e. TV, print, and the Internet.
Frank and his family carry a strong law enforcement background to them. His father was a police officer. Frank's brother, Scott, is a 27 year old NYC police officer. Frank graduated from Nassau Community College where he majored in Criminal Law. He never pursued that field though. Straight from college he was offered jobs in modeling and acting, which he took.
Frank was athletic in school before bodybuilding entered his life. While in high school Frank pitched on the school baseball team. He was 5'11" and 150 lbs. However Frank was prodded into bodybuilding by his brother's success in the sport. Scott, about this time, became a title-holder. Frank pursued weight-lifting. The genetic propensity the Sepes have to succeed in bodybuilding took off quickly. Coupled with strong support from his parents, his brothers Tommie, Scott, and his sister Robin, there wasn't much to hold him back.
Frank's first title was the 1994 Eastern USA Bodybuilding Championships where he took the heavyweight class. He next took the 1995 New York Metropolitan Bodybuilding Championships heavyweight and overall.
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