Todd Frank is CEO of 4Star Entertainment, LLC in New York, representing acts such as Steve Harvey, Deborah Harry & the Fish Sticks, Lisa Lisa, Cedric The Entertainer and The Trammps, among others.
Todd started out in the live entertainment business while still in college, working at Spotlite Enterprises, one of the largest comedy agencies, from 1990-92. Working with Jerry Seinfeld, Paul Reiser, Jay Leno and Damon Wayans to name a few, he moved on to Charles Rapp Enterprises through 1995 where he co-managed comedians Frankie Pace, Lennie Schultz and Electra from American Gladiators, as well as a talent buyer working with such artists as Eddie Murphy, Taylor Dayne, C+C Music Factory, Ziggy Marley, Run-D.M.C., and Chaka Khan.
From 1995-97 Todd worked at Delsener/Slater Enterprises where he became a talent buyer/producer working with Sheryl Crow, Cher, Peter Frampton, Van Morrison, Andrew Dice Clay, Crazy For You Broadway production, Deborah Harry, Lemonheads, James Brown, De La Soul, Luther Vandross, and "The Crew from The Howard Stern Show" tour.
In 1997 he joined Metropolitan Entertainment Group. During his two-year tenure, Todd became director of special events and a talent buyer. Among the artists he worked with at MEG were Bob Dylan, Steve Winwood, Seal, Sting, Backstreet Boys, Salt 'n Pepa, Gipsy Kings, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Goo Goo Dolls, Jethro Tull, Rusted Root, Lenny Kravitz, Mix Master Mike and others.
In 1999, Todd decided to venture out on his own and started 4Star Entertainment.