(November 6, 1962 - living) U.S.A.
Movie critic, and author
Born in New York, New York, for seven years, Frank DeCaro has appeared on Comedy Central's brilliant The Daily Show as the host of "Out at the Movies," a brassy, bratty, and terrifically gay film review segment.
Recruited from The New York Observer, where he was working as a journalist, DeCaro became known among TV audiences for an outré persona that embraced the fabulous and the ridiculous. He gave Glitter a rave. He interpreted the animated feature El Dorado as a gay adventure film. In a Planet of the Apes review, DeCaro grew so lusty at the image of Tim Roth in an ape suit that he cried, "Get your hands on me, you damn dirty ape!"
Frank DeCaro is also the author of A Boy Named Phyllis: A Suburban Memoir.