Well-known for establishing the D’Angelo Brands company, this Canadian entrepreneur also served as founder and CEO of Steelback Brewery and released a television program called The Getting Frank Display. He exhibited his flair for business when he was just nine years, coordinating Toronto Telegram newspapers routes with additional children. He sang business lead vocals for his music group Steelback 2-4. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, his group released a charity recording entitled You Gotta Believe to trust. The boy of Italian-born parents Carmela and Giuseppe D’Angelo, he grew up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He and Irv Robbins (of Baskin Robbins popularity) both founded well-known Canadian food businesses.