Franck Fon aka Franckie Francois is a Canadian theatre, television, film actor and producer. He portrayed a Reaper named Martin on Supernatural.
Franckie is also a former semi-professional soccer player. He was nominated alongside his cast mates "Best Ensemble in an Independent Theatre Production" in the 2019 Dora Marvel Moore Awards for his portrayal of Judge Littlefield at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, Ontario in their award-nominated production of Judas Noir. An adaptation to Stephen Adly Guirgis' play, "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.
Growing up in Toronto, Franckie started acting at age 21 after a freak injury left him unable to play soccer competitively. He got into acting at the recommendation of peers, and went on to study acting at Humber college for a year before starting classes under the tutelage of Raw studios Founder Sophie Ann Rooney. He has gone on to star in plays like Judas Noir, TV shows like Netflix's Anne with an E, Supernatural, Get Shorty, as well as one of the Leads on an Ensemble cast of web series like How to get Away with Recess and IRL; The series.