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Frank Olivier was a juggler from Season 6 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the Vegas Round.


Frank Olivier developed his unique off-beat brand of humor in San Francisco starting off on the streets entertaining tourists, and quickly moving into the Bay Area's numerous comedy clubs. He was soon sharing the bill with Dana Carvey, Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, and others.

While on his first trip to New York, planned as a vacation, theatre producers spotted his talents, and quickly signed him. He performed his comedy/juggling act for the next three years in the Broadway touring hit show 'Sugar Babies' (a variety and burlesque musical, starring Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller).

Olivier has a growing number of television appearances including The Tonight Show, HBO's 'Just for Laughs', Comic Strip Live, and shows for PBS, HBO, BBC, Disney and more. He also headlines Las Vegas, comedy and theater festivals, and performs countless corporate shows. Frank is also well known for his grace in handling volunteers onstage, and has brought up such luminaries as Henry Kissinger, Bill Murray, Sandra Day O'Connor, Kid Rock, Clarence Thomas, Jim Belushi, George Shultz, and hundreds of CEOs. 1


Frank Olivier's audition in Episode 601 consisted of juggling flaming batons while riding a unicycle and using Howie as support. Howie Mandel buzzed the act. Although Howie refused to vote, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne both voted "Yes," sending him to the Vegas Round.

Vegas Round[]

Frank Olivier was one of the Standby Acts in the Vegas Round. He was sorted into the "Danger Acts" category. His performance in Episode 612 consisted of eating flaming meatballs and then fire breathing. His audition was not strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals, eliminating him from the competition.


  • Frank Olivier was the first act of Season 6 whose audition was televised.

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