Here’s Where You’ve Seen Frausto From All American Before
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Here’s Where You’ve Seen Frausto From All American Before

All American Season 3 is in full swing, and already, our QB Spencer James (Daniel Ezra) is dealing with a lot—a lingering injury, a new school, and tension within his team. On top of that, the entire community is relying on Spencer to win the state championship and save the school from being shut down.

Still, not everyone is thrilled about his return. Frausto, a member of the South Crenshaw football team and newbie on the show, made it very clear he doesn’t see Spencer as a hero for their upcoming football season. He had more than a few choice words for not only Spencer but Coach Baker, too.

But in the midst of Frausto’s attitude and snippy comments, you might’ve questioned where you’ve seen the swole actor before.

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As it turns out, Frausto is actually played by 25-year-old former child star Noah Gray-Cabey, who first made a name for himself on My Wife and Kids as 9-year-old Franklin, the piano-playing child prodigy who graduated from Harvard before the age of 7.

Even though playing Franklin on My Wife and Kids was his first iconic role as a kid, he’s also appeared in a few other shows over the years. He starred in the CBS medical drama Code Black as Dr. Elliot Dixon and in Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists as Mason. Of course, you may also recognize Gray-Cabey as the precocious Micah Sanders from NBC’s Heroes, who had the ability to manipulate technology around him.

Looks like this child star is doing pretty well. Now that little Franklin’s all grown up, you can watch him hit the field alongside your favorite characters in All American Season 3 on Mondays at 8PM ET on the CW network.

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