Frankie Adams



Auckland, New Zealand


180 cm

Age Range




Also Represented in

United States of America

Career Highlights

Frankie Adams was born in Western Samoa and moved to New Zealand with her mother and her two sisters when she was just four years old. At the age of 16, when Frankie was still at high school, she attended an open audition and landed her first professional acting role on New Zealand’s longest running nightly primetime serial drama, SHORTLAND STREET. Frankie played the role of Ula Levi on the top-rating series for four years between 2010-2014.
In 2015, Frankie guest starred as a troubled young prison inmate in the award-winning Australian television drama series WENTWORTH. She also played the lead role of Ilisa in New Zealand feature film ONE THOUSAND ROPES, an emotional story about a Samoan father reconnecting with his daughter.
The role of Bobbie Draper in Syfy’s THE EXPANSE II marks Frankie’s first US television role.


2015Finalist - TV Guide Best On The Box - Sexiest Woman 2015
2014Metro Magazine's Sexiest Woman - Winner

Film Film.

2018Same but DifferentHerselfDir. Nikki Si'ulepa
2017Mortal EnginesYasminaHungry City LTD
Dir. Peter Jackson
2016One Thousand RopesLisa (Lead)Transmission Films Ltd
Dir. Tusi Tamasese
2015ValerianBoulan Empress (Motion Capture)Weta Workshops
Dir. Luc Besson

Feature Film.

2018VaiMataDir. Various

Short film Film.

2017Stand Up GirlStaceyNZME

Short Film.

2014Promise of PihaLani (Lead)Neasian Dialex Productions Ltd
Dir. Hanelle Harris


2018The Expanse S4Bobby Drapper (Lead)Syfy Channel
Dir. Various
2017The Expanse S3Bobby Draper (Lead)Syfy Channel
Dir. Various
2016The Expanse S2Bobbie Draper (Series Regular)Syfy Channel
Dir. Various
2015Wentworth Series 4Tasha Goodwin (Guest )Fremantle Media Australia PTY. Limited
Dir. Various
2010Shortland StreetUla Levi (Core Cast)South Pacific Pictures
Dir. Various


2018Class ActMentorDir. Bianca Ikinofo


Audition Technique Course - 2014, Margie Haber Studio USA
US Accent Training, Terri De'Ath - 2013
One-on-one Training, Miranda Harcourt - 2011