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"Phone Guys come in all shapes and colors."
Phone Guys are spring-locked Freddy's employees taken to a mysterious factory to be turned into a phone-headed manager for one of the Fazbender pizza joints. If a Phone Guy fails their job and has their pizzaria shut down, they will be sent back to the factory and will most likely never be used again.
It is currently unknown if the original Scott Cawthon became a Phone Guy but most Phone Guys are named Scott Cawthon after him. Scott is one of the three people to sign a contract that bound them to Freddy's (The others being Dave and Jack). He has two sons named Mike and Mike Jr..
Main article: Phone Guy
Phone Guy from DSAF's name is currently unknown. There is not much known about him. He seems to have had is answering machine wiped recently since he acts as if he is the real Scott Cawthon.
Main article: Peter Kennedy
Peter is the Phone Guy who managed the Bakersfield Location during DSAF 2 and is also Jack (Old Sport) and Dee (The Puppet)'s Brother. Peter eventually escapes being bound to Freddy Fazbender's and goes back to living with his wife (Caroline).
Main article: Harry
Harry or 14_01 is the Phone Guy you receive during the DSAF 3 Demo. Harry also appears in the tapes. He wears a white top, black waistcoat and has a Black Phone for a head. According to Walt, Harry is a "Long time company regular" and "As reliable as heck".
Main Article: Scottie
Not much is known about Scottie except that she manages the factory and handles it's phone calls. If Jack calls the factory, she will answer it and tell him that they don't have any more Phone Guys. During this call it is hard not to fire Scottie from her job at the factory.
Orange Phone Guy
Not much is currently known about this phone Guy other then that he will be voiced by a friend of DirectDoggo and that he watched for goblins while making sure that kids don't sallow hats.