Frank - Famous people named Frank
Age : 82 (deceased)
The singer of 'New York, New York' (1980) and leader of the Grammy-winning group of popular entertainers in Las Vegas called the Rat Pack.
Age : 76
The voice of Yoda in the 'Star Wars' series and Miss Piggy in 'The Muppet Show' who also directed 'Little Shop of Horrors' (1986).
Age : 74
The voice acting icon dubbed as the ‘King of Voices’ regarded for creating animal sounds.
Age : 39
The former 'My Chemical Romance' guitarist who was also admired by fans as a part of the hardcore punk band called 'Leathermouth'.
Age : 27
The YouTube Star admired by fans as a part of 'Palaye Royale'.
Age : 42
The Soccer Player who joined the 'Chelsea FC'.
Age : 72 (deceased)
The Pop Singer seen by viewers on 'Family Guy' (1999).
Age : 6 (deceased)
Most commonly known as the frontman of the alternative rock band 'Pixies' before embarking on a solo career under the name 'Frank Black'.
Age : 37
The Football Player associated with the 'San Francisco 49ers'.
Age : 52 (deceased)
The Iconoclastic rocker who was colloquially called as the godfather of comedy rock whose include 'Valley Girl' (1982), 'Dancin' Fool' (1979), 'My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama' (1969), and 'Brown Shoes Don't Make It' (1967).
Age : 94 (deceased)
The multi-awarded American-Italian film director, writer, and producer notable for his 'rags-to-riches' story who rose to fame with his films 'It Happened One Night' (1934), 'You Can't Take It With You' (1938), and 'Mr.
Comic Book Writer
Age : 63
The comics and graphic novel artist who did 'Batman: The Dark Knight Returns' (1986), 'Daredevil' (1979), 'Ronin' (1983), and '300' (1998).
Age : 84
The whistleblowing New York cop who inspired the 1973 movie 'Serpico' starred by Al Pacino.
Age : 91 (deceased)
An influential American architect who incorporated his philosophy on organic architecture into his works such as the 'Fallingwater' (1939), 'Solomon R.
Age : 65 (deceased)
The Americal novelist and author behind the best-selling science fiction novel of all time, 'Dune' saga (1965-1985),.