A four-time Emmy Award nominee, Frank Pace has produced more than 700 hours of network television in a career that has spanned nearly four decades. His credits include Head of the Class, Suddenly Susan, George Lopez, Shake it Up, Girl Meets World, and Murphy Brown. Frank has also produced four movies, including the Emmy Award-winning NBC movie Babe Ruth. This is the third book he has co-authored, the first two with Rod Carew & Armen Keteyian. If These Lips Could Talk is the first of three he has co-written with author Billy O’Connor.
Billy O’Connor bio
Born in County Cork Ireland, Billy O’Connor grew up on the Bronx streets. After Vietnam, Billy was a teamster, a pub and restaurant owner, and a New York City firefighter for 20 proud years. He was also an illegal bookmaker. Billy lived this eclectic life despite his addiction to drugs and alcohol.
After the tragedy of 9/11 and the loss of 343 of his brother firefighters, Billy sobered up and attended the University of Florida. At the age of 62, he earned his journalism degree and began to write and perform stand-up comedy. His first book, Confessions of a Bronx Bookie, was published to wide acclaim in 2015.