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Frank Bruno MBE

Former WBC Heavyweight Boxing World Champion

In 2003 Frank was diagnosed as having Bipolar disorder.  His well-documented illness put Frank in the public eye and he uses this media attention to help with the stigma attached to mental health and to help raise the standards of care given to those suffering with mental health issues.
Frank supports many charities for mental health both financially and with his time. Frank  feels strongly about mental health which is why he set up the charity The Frank Bruno foundation
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Frank is the father of 4 children – Rachel, Nicola, Franklyn and Freya.

In 2018 Frank was blessed to become a Grandad with Amaya born to Rachel, and Olivia born to Nicola

He was awarded an MBE in 1990. He is physically fit and stays active.  Frank goes to the gym daily, and boxing is still part of his training routine.  He has run the London marathon and 2 others, and has run quite a few half marathons to support various charities, the most recent being the Newcastle half marathon in September 2015.

He is an accomplished actor performing alongside Michael Barrymore (with record box office sales), he played Robin Hood in Bristol and Bradford alongside British comedians Little & Large, as well as Ringmaster in Goldilocks and the 3 Bears in Birmingham.  Frank has appeared in numerous TV programmes including Comic Relief, playing Juliet to Lenny Henry’s Romeo, The Sooty show 2011, 2012, 2014, and Harry Hill’s TV Burp twice.  He has been featured in many TV adverts – 2 for HP sauce – 1990s, Kleenex – 1989, and Now – 2015. Ladbrokes (2 occasions) in 2018, Patlock security 2018.

Between 2004 – 2012 Frank worked all over Europe making personal appearances, TV shows, and voice over adverts.  Notable TV appearances include The Sooty Show, The Royal Variety Show, Piers Morgan, and Sports Relief.

The British public has been so supportive of Frank during this difficult time for him, and he continues to receive a warm reception wherever he goes.  Frank never takes this for granted and really appreciates his fans.  It is clear that Frank is still one of Britain’s most loved sports personalities.

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The Frank Bruno Foundation

The Frank Bruno Foundation is a direct result of Frank wanting to give something back to the community. Frank has faced challenges both in and out of the ring and has always done so with determination, dignity, humour and humility.

It is Frank’s bravery and honesty in talking about his battles with mental health issues, which continue to earn him the respect of those whose affection he won as a boxer. It is fitting then that supporting sufferers of mental ill-health is where Frank feels his attention is best focussed.

Frank has spoken openly of how exercise has played a vital role throughout his life whilst training as a professional boxer, and more recently in his battle with mental health challenges. Through his recent autobiography Frank has found the benefits of talking and sharing his experiences has not only enabled him to help others but the public responses have empowered him to accept his own previous mental health challenges.

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