Like most of the Stallone family, Frank Stallone made his film debut in brother Sylvester Stallone's Rocky (1976). Considerably more talented than many celebrity siblings, Frank was an accomplished singer and musician. Many of his compositions made their way into such subsequent Sly Stallone efforts as Rocky II, Paradise Alley and Staying Alive. Stallone has since found steady work as a supporting actor in films like Hudson Hawk (1992) and Tombstone (1993). By accident or design, Stallone has co-starred with actress Brenda Vaccaro three times, most recently in 1989's Masque of the Red Death. One of Frank Stallone's better recent roles was Alvin Karpis in 1995's Public Enemy #1.