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Frank may refer to:
- Frank Horrigan, a super mutant allied with the Enclave and the main antagonist of Fallout 2.
- Frank Carlson, Vice president of the NCR in Fallout 2.
- Frank (Fallout 3), the slave bartender of Paradise Falls in Fallout 3.
- Frank (robot repair center), a man who worked at the robot repair center before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 3.
- Frank Brandice, the son of William and Sheila Brandice mentioned in Fallout 3.
- Frank (Mothership Zeta), a human who had been abducted by aliens and brought to Mothership Zeta, mentioned in the Fallout 3 add-on, Mothership Zeta.
- Isabelle Franks, a secretary in the Pentagon before the Great War, mentioned in the Fallout 3 add-on, Broken Steel.
- Frank Weathers, a former farmer living in the Aerotech Office Park in Fallout: New Vegas.
- Frank (Fallout Tactics), a ghoul recruit, cut from Fallout Tactics.
- Frank the Underseer, the Underseer of the unnamed vault in the Van Buren tech demo.
- Frank dialogue file, dialogue for Frank the Underseer in the Van Buren tech demo.
- Frank LaFrancis, a ghoul salvager at Burham Springs in Van Buren.
- Real-life people:
- Frank Welker, an American voice actor who voiced John Maxson in Fallout and provided voice for Fallout Tactics.
- Frank Pimentel, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as Director of Compatibility and Information Services for Fallout 2.
- Scott Franke, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a programmer of Fallout 3.
- Frank Kowalkowski, a developer who worked at Obsidian Entertainment as Lead programmer of Fallout: New Vegas.
- Frank Sinatra, a highly popular singer and actor whose performance of "Blue Moon" was used in Fallout: New Vegas.
- Frank Szick, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as a voiceover editor for Fallout Tactics.