This article is about the character from the film series, you may be looking for the TV Series character of the same name - Frost.
Frost was a character who appeared in From Dusk Till Dawn. He was a Vietnam veteran and was one of the bar patrons at the Titty Twister. He was turned into a vampire by Sex Machine and was killed by Jacob.
Not much is known about his history except he went to Vietnam.
Throughout From Dusk Till Dawn
In From Dusk Till Dawn, he is seen having his cigar being lit by a dancer. He then sees frenzy starting and begins to fight and kill off the vampires. After killing many vampires, he begins recounting his days of Vietnam and is bitten from behind by Sex Machine, who has become a vampire. He then soon transforms and points the vampires towards the remaining humans. He is then confronted by Jacob, who proceeds to stake and kill him.
He is has a muscular build and a tall stature, with a mustache, short black hair and dark brown eyes. He is also seen smoking cigars a lot.
He has a gruff personality and has a rough edge to him. Before he turns into a vampire, he talks about how he was in Vietnam and what he went through, and it seems like he might be still reeling from what happened there. It is shown that he cares about people as he saved some from the vampires.
Powers and Abilities
- Immortality- Vampires do not age or decay and are immune to death by disease/sickness.
- Superhuman Strength- Frost has strength superior to humans.
- Shapeshifting- Frost can change from a normal human appearance to a more feral and vampiric appearance.
- Sunlight- Vampires are vulnerable to the sunlight and will die of exposure to it.
- Staked- Frost is vulnerable to stakes to the heart, which will kill him.
- Extraction- Frost is vulnerable to heart extraction.
- Decapitation- While some vampires are vulnerable to decapitation, some such as Nano and Sex Machine, have shown to regrow a snake or a more monstrous appearance after said head is taken off.
- Frost can be a given name or surname that originates from Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian and German origin. It means "born at the time of frost" or to someone with an "icy" disposition.