Born in Little Rock, AR on Feb. 28, 1952, Frank Woodrow Boers, Jr. was the son of musicians; father Frank Boers was a saxophonist, while mother Grace Marie Dobbins was a singer. He made his screen debut under his real name in "Equinox" (1970), a student-made horror film that was later expanded for feature release. The eventual cult classic was largely forgotten during its release, but Bonner, by that time now working under his nom du screen, moved quickly into minor roles in films and television.His big break came in 1978 when was cast on "WKRP in Cincinnati." Though Loni Anderson and Howard Hesseman commanded much of the show's publicity, his Herb Tarlek quickly became a...
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