|Born||June 21st, 1916|
|Died||April 8th, 1951 (Aged 34)|
After spending some weeks in Empire Bay familiarising himself with the three families, he does work for the Falcone crime family. He then accompanies some Falcone men on a drug deal with a local street gang, the Bombers. However, he skims off the top of the profits from the deal and spends it at the Cathouse, a gentlemen's club frequented by Falcone crime family members.
When Joe requests to investigate how the money from the deal was used, Frankie realizes that drastic times call for drastic measures. He formulates a plan to rig a bomb to Carlo Falcone's car. He is caught in the act and has to fight his way to freedom, killing two Falcone goons in the process. One of them is Falcone's frequent driver Berto Grossano, who Frankie manages to pin the blame on. With the family thinking Berto was the rat, Frankie begins to calm his nerves. He goes on a celebratory binge of booze and women, and he is hailed as a hero by his 'colleagues'.
- Frankie Potts name resembles the name Billy Batts from Martin Scorsese's film, GoodFellas, which is based on real events surrounding the Lucchese Family in New York.
- His burial is just like the scene in Goodfellas when Henry, Jimmy and Tommy get rid of Billy Batts' body and burying it in an undisclosed location. Except in the movie, they were sober.
- Based on his corpse, it appears that he has been both beaten and shot to death, like Billy Batts.
- Aspects of him could possibly be based on the real life Joe Pistone who went undercover in the Bonanno crime family as Donnie Brasco which inspired the film Donnie Brasco.