Frankie Adams Biography
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Frankie Adams is an actress who is famous for appearing in the TV series, The Expanse as Bobbie Draper and Shortland Street as Ula Levi.
Short Bio of Frankie Adams
Frankie Adams was born as the oldest of three daughters on January 3, 1994, in Savai'i, Samoa. She was four years old when her family moved to New Zealand. Nationally, she is a New Zealander and Samoan, as for her ethnicity, she is a Samoan New Zealander; her father was part-Aboriginal Australian.
Regarding her educational qualifications, she enrolled at an all-girls school, Auckland Girls Grammar School.
Personal Life: Married, Husband, and Kids
The 26 years old Frankie Adams has preferred to keep her private life away from the media attention. However, from her Instagram profile, it's clear that she is in a dating relationship. She is dating her boyfriend, Vinnie Bennett.
Her boyfriend, Vinnie is also an actor who is known for his appearance in Ghost in the Shell, The Shannara Chronicles, and F9. Vinnie and Frankie have been seen together since 2016. So, it's been four years since the start of their relationship and it's still going strong.
Net Worth and Career
The 5 feet 11 inches tall Frankie Adams has an estimated net worth of around $250 thousand as of 2020. She has a total of 6 acting credits under her name.
Frankie has been in the entertainment business since the age of 16. Her first role was in the soap opera, Shortland Street as Ula Levi. She has appeared in as many as 278 episodes spanning from 2010 to 2014. Two years after the end of the TV series, in 2016, she appeared in another TV series, Wentworth Prison as Tasha Goodwin.
Some of her other movies and TV series include One Thousand Ropes as Ilisa, Mortal Engines as Yasmina Rashid, Minimum Mass as Rabia, and The Expanse as Roberta 'Bobbie' W. Draper. Adams has now completed the shooting of her new movie, Next Goal Wins, where she will appear as Frangipani.
Frankie has also participated in a charity boxing event, Fight for Life. She was trained by Lolo Heimuli but she couldn't win the match against the daughter of the late broadcaster, Sir Paul Holmes, Millie Elder-Holmes.