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I don't shake hands. People's hands are disgusting.
— Jack Frittleman
Jack Frittleman
The Frittle Man
Information
Gender

Male

Resides in

Swellview

Criminal Occupation

Founder and owner of the Frittles brand

Eye Color

Brown

Hair Color

Black

Enemies

Captain Man
Kid Danger
Piper Hart
Mika Macklin
Miles Macklin

Production
First Appearance

The Trouble With Frittles

Last Appearance

The Fate of Danger: Part 2

Portrayed By

Alec Mapa

Jack Frittleman is the founder of Frittles and owner of the Frittle Factory in Swellview. While his various flavors of frittles are known for causing elections in Swellview, he himself has never revealed he has a favorite flavor. Following the destruction of his two factories, Frittleman turned to the dark side and became an enemy of Captain Man and Kid Danger.

He is portrayed by Alec Mapa.

Description[]

Jack Frittleman is an adult who has black hair and brown eyes. He is the owner of the company Frittles. He has had his Frittle headquarters blown up twice, leading to a hatred for the culprits. He is shorter than average.

History[]

In The Trouble With Frittles, he meets Captain Man and Kid Danger for the first time and realizes two crates of red Frittle Chips were still missing. He later tells everyone to flee after Captain Man and Kid Danger blew up his factory.

In Henry's Frittle Problem, he appears in the Bordertown Frittle Factory, where Jake was going to have a job as a project manager. He talks to Jake about it, while Ray and Henry, disguised as workers, try to hit Jake with a buzz dart, so that seeing him under the effects of the dart, Jack Frittleman would fire him. But then Piper arrives to talk to Jake, and she accidentally gets hit by a dart, making her lose control over her body. Jack Frittleman gets workers to escort her out. Then Henry shoots another dart and by accident the dart strikes Jack Frittleman, causing him to hit a shelf which leads to a chain reaction that ends with the explosion of the factory.

He makes a return in Escape Room, where he wants revenge on Captain Man and Kid Danger for blowing up his factories. He was suprised that they were the ones who blew up his factory in Bordertown. His plans failed when Mika, Miles, Henry, and Ray tricked him in to coming out of his Boom Proof Box.

In The Fate of Danger: Part 2, he returns with several other villains chained together. He along with the Toddler, Minyak, and the Beekeeper mourn the loss of their enemy.

Appearances[]

Gallery[]

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Trivia[]

  • Jack Frittleman did not become a villain until Escape Room. He was seen as a good character before his Frittle factories were blown up by the heroes, though he is indirectly responsible for making them fight each other in the first place for having a favorite flavor.
  • He is the second protagonist turned antagonist of the series after the Thumb Buddies.

I started out as a good guy!
— Jack Frittleman escaping from prison
Jack Frittleman
Jack Frittleman
Information
Gender

Male

Resides in

Swellview

Criminal Occupation

Founder and owner of the Frittles brand

Eye Color

Brown

Hair Color

Black

Enemies

Captain Man

Production
First Appearance

The Danger Force Awakens

Last Appearance

The Danger Force Awakens

Portrayed By

Alec Mapa

Jack Frittleman is a minor villain in Danger Force. He is the founder of Frittles who turned evil. He is a returning villain from Henry Danger.

He is portrayed by Alec Mapa.

Description and Personality[]

He wears glasses and has black hair with gray hair. He used to be a good businessman until he became filled with evil and revenge after the destruction of his Frittles factories.

History[]

In The Danger Force Awakens, he escapes from prison.

Appearances[]

Gallery[]

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To view the Jack Frittleman gallery, click here.

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