Frank Harris (director)

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Frank Harris
Occupation Director

Frank Harris is an American director and cinematographer who has been working in films since the late 1970s.
In 1984 he directed Killpoint, a film that starred Leo Fong, Hope Holiday, Cameron Mitchell, Stack Pierce and Richard Rountree.[1] In 1986 he directed Low Blow, another Leo Fong Film that featured Billy Blanks and Akosua Busia, early sixties hearthrob Troy Donahue and Stack Pierce.[2] This gave Blanks film gave Blanks his first credited role. Also in 1986 he directed The Patriot, a film that starred Gregg Henry, Simone Griffeth, Jeff Conaway, Leslie Nielsen and Stack Pierce.[3] In 1990 he directed Aftershock, a Sci-Fi film that starred Elizabeth Kaitan, James Lew, John Saxon and Michael Standing[4] His wife Diane Stevenett (married 1980) has also appeared in a number of his films.[5]

Before entering the film industry, Harris worked as a reporter for a California television station.



  • Transformed (2005), cinematographer
  • Brazilian Brawl (2003), cinematographer
  • Skyscraper (1996), cinematographer
  • Black Belt Angels (1994), cinematographer
  • Girl Talk (1993)
  • Showdown (1993), director of photography
  • Aftershock (1990), director of photography, director
  • Lockdown (1990), cinematographer
  • Feel the Heat (1986), director of photography, director
  • The Patriot (1986), director of photography, director
  • Low Blow (1986), director of photography, editor, director
  • 24 Hours to Midnight (1985), cinematographer
  • Killpoint (1984), screenwriter, producer, director
  • Goldrunner (1980), cinematographer
  • Enforcer from Death Row (1978), cinematographer

Cinematographer: TV

  • "Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight" (2008) TV series (unknown episodes)
  • "Intimate Portrait" (1 episode, 2003) - Bo Derek (2003) TV episode
  • "Clean House" (2003) TV series (unknown episodes)
  • "Critter Gitters" (1 episode, 1999) - Cow Pie Bingo (1999) TV episode


  • Goldrunner (1980) (mechanic)
  • Dawn (Mr. Bellamy)


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