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bodybuilder frank sepe

I remember when young bodybuilder Frank Sepe came out of no place and was suddenly on the cover of every muscle magazine in the world in the late 1980's/early 1990s.  And no wonder.  He is 6'2" (1.88m) and back then was probably about 250 lbs. (113 kg) AND impossibly handsome.  He was even on the cover of Harlequin romance novels. 

Sepe has been featured on more than 100 magazine covers all over the world, on romance book covers, in hundreds of bodybuilding magazine articles, and on such television programs as Inside Edition, the Late Show with David Letterman, The Howard Stern Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Hard Copy. Sepe was fitness host for ESPN2 Cold Pizza. Frank appeared in two movies: Carlito's Way and Shortcut to Happiness.

He also hosted a call-in fitness radio show called The Truth on in 2006. Sepe is a columnist in fitness magazines and has contributed to dozens of magazines such as Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, MuscleMag and American Health & Fitness. He was the managing editor for magazines AXL, HealthSmart Today and Healthwatchers. He currently is the editor and chief of the MET-Rx Fitness Magazine and owned magazine MAQ -Men's Athletic Quarterly  which he sold in 2009. Sepe also is a photographer. He has photographed celebrities, pro athletes and fitness models. He has shot covers for dozens of magazines and ad campaigns for METRX and WW Nutrition. He has published three books in the health & fitness/nutrition fields, in what became a series based on his first book, The Truth (Hay House, 2004).

In 2009, Sepe launched his own brand of health and fitness products on the Home Shopping Network in the United States, "Frank Sepe Fitness as a Lifestyle". His debut on the network was on July 28, 2009 and sold out all his product in record time.  He will be featured regularly on HSN selling health-based products. Sepe wrote two new books for HSN, Fitness as a Lifestyle and a companion book, 100 Questions and Answers about Training and Nutrition.

In the fashion industry he has worked with Versace and Macy's.

In this low qaulity video from a long time ago young Frank Sepe tours Venice Beach and shows off, guess what?  His huge muscles!  From the long ago canceled show "American Muscle Magazine."  He was at his biggest way back then but is hardly scrawny now.


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