|Planet of origin||Earth|
|Profession||Communications director for the Feministas|
|Relatives||See Waterfall family|
|First appearance||"A Taste of Freedom" (4ACV05)|
|Voiced by||Phil Hendrie|
Frida Waterfall was the great-granddaughter of Old Man Waterfall and the sister of Hutch Waterfall. She led the eco-feminist group, the Feministas, in order to protest violations against nature. However, despite her protests, she never actually meant for her group to have any effect, but after the accidental killing of the vice president, Spiro Agnew, the group became more focused on sabotage, and installed Turanga Leela as its leader, though Frida remained communications director.
Her job as communications director was even satirized by Leela because of her constant awful feminine puns on common words or phrases. Frida was killed when she was attacked by a Dark One after considering the message she was to tell Leela from Fry.
- She is a parody of stereotypical environmentalists and stereotypical feminists.
- She was mentioned in the commentary for "The Problem with Popplers" manifesting the future Waterfall family member that would appear in an upcoming episode.
- She is one of the few Futurama female characters to be voiced by men.
- She and her great-grandfather are the only members of the Waterfall family to not die in the episode that they are introduced in.