You may have seen or heard Frank K. Wheaton on ’60 Minutes II,’ ‘The Today Show,’ ‘Good Morning, America,’ CNN, or another network program as the former and exclusive representative of Mrs. Essie Mae Washington Williams, the African American daughter of the late Senator James Strom Thurmond. This fascinating news revelation of 2003 and 2004 sent shock waves around the globe and allowed Mr. Wheaton to successfully negotiate what would become a New York Times Best Seller in the Harper-Collins publication entitled, ‘Dear Senator.’ In addition, Mr. Wheaton has appeared on several major broadcast and cable networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and MS-NBC. Southern Californians are accustomed to his television broadcasts on KCAL, KABC, KNBC, KCOP or KNX,KFWB and other radio stations as the former eloquent spokesperson for the colorful city of Compton,California reporting on breaking news stories and events over the past years. His polished broadcast presentation was cultivated through years of experience and a natural born talent. His father, James L. Wheaton, was a well-respected actor and voice in the theatrical community.