One of the main characters in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Frodo is the hobbit who is given the quest to destroy The One Ring.
Frodo is introduced to the world in The Fellowship of the Ring as the son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck, both of whom died when Frodo was at the young age of 12. After his parents' deaths, he was taken in by his mother's family, the Brandybuck clan. Once Frodo turned 21, he was adopted by Bilbo Baggins and referred to him as an uncle, though Frodo was actually Bilbo's first and second cousin once removed.
When described by Gandalf, Frodo is "taller than some and fairer than most, [with] a cleft in his chin: perky chap with a bright eye." Like most hobbits, Frodo has curly brown hair. His skin tone is fair, as is the case with most hobbits of the Fallohide ancestry (due to his mother being a Brandybuck).
Frodo's birthday is the 22nd day of September--much like his uncle Bilbo--though 78 years separate the two hobbits.