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Jason David Frank:

Jason David Frank:

"You're going to see familiar faces from all different genres, of all different possible favorite TV shows that you go, 'Ah, it's all in one. This is dope. I don't just have to be a Power Ranger fan. Maybe I could be a fan of different superheroes that are in here.' Different genres, so we really just mixed it a lot. Believe it or not, the cast members came to us. I met all these guys on tour and through quarantine shows and live shows, and I just couldn't believe it. I just said, 'Well, let's just see if they like it.' And every actor that we have said, 'You need to send the script.' We can't sell them based off who I am. We need to sell the script. And they loved the script, and that's the reason why they came on board." (Source: comicbook.com)

Like many '90s kids, you might find yourself occasionally wondering "Where are the Power Rangers now?" They've become a phenomenon spanning generations, but it all started with the mid-90s Mighty Morphing Power Rangers. Back in the day, the young actors who played the Power Rangers were actually a pretty tight-nit group (though, there were some behind the scenes shenanigans), and a few remain so to this day. Perhaps even more specifically, though, you might wonder what happened to the Green Power Ranger, Tommy, who became a fan-favorite on the show, something that Jason David Frank still relishes to this day. (Source: www.ranker.com)

Like many '90s kids, you might find yourself occasionally wondering "Where are the Power Rangers now?" They've become a phenomenon spanning generations, but it all started with the mid-90s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Back in the day, the young actors who played the Power Rangers were actually a pretty tight-nit group (though, there were some behind the scenes shenanigans), and a few remain so to this day. Perhaps even more specifically, though, you might wonder what happened to the Green Power Ranger, Tommy, who became a fan-favorite on the show, something that Jason David Frank still relishes to this day. (Source: www.ranker.com)

Jason David Frank is an American actor, professional wrestler, and Mixed Martial Artist, best known for his role as ‘Tommy Oliver’ in the American entertainment franchise ‘Power Rangers.’ He made his debut in 1993 as ‘White Ranger’ in ‘Mighty Morphia Power Rangers’ that was transitioned into ‘Power Rangers Zeo,’ in 1996. He played ‘Red Turbo Ranger in ‘Power Rangers Turbo’ (1997). He left the series in 1997, but returned for the 2002 Anniversary of the popular franchise. He continued reprising his role in many seasons of ‘Power Rangers’ such as ‘Power Rangers Dino Thunder’ (2004), ‘Power Rangers Super Mega force’ (2014), and ‘Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel’ (2018). His other appearances came in shows such as ‘’Cybertron’ (1994), ‘Sweet Valley High’ (1996), ‘Transformers: Titans Return’ (2017-18) and ‘We Bare Bears’ (2019). His films include ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie’ (1995), ‘The Junior Defenders’ (2007), ‘The Blue Sun’ (2010) and ‘Power Rangers’ (2017). (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Jason David Frank is an American actor, professional wrestler, and Mixed Martial Artist, best known for his role as ‘Tommy Oliver’ in the American entertainment franchise ‘Power Rangers.’ He made his debut in 1993 as ‘White Ranger’ in ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ that was transitioned into ‘Power Rangers Zero,’ in 1996. He played ‘Red Turbo Ranger in ‘Power Rangers Turbo’ (1997). He left the series in 1997, but returned for the 2002 Anniversary of the popular franchise. He continued reprising his role in many seasons of ‘Power Rangers’ such as ‘Power Rangers Dino Thunder’ (2004), ‘Power Rangers Super Megaforce’ (2014), and ‘Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel’ (2018). His other appearances came in shows such as ‘’Cybertron’ (1994), ‘Sweet Valley High’ (1996), ‘Transformers: Titans Return’ (2017-18) and ‘We Bare Bears’ (2019). His films include ‘Mighty Morphing Power Rangers: The Movie’ (1995), ‘The Junior Defenders’ (2007), ‘The Blue Sun’ (2010) and ‘Power Rangers’ (2017). (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Jason David Frank is an American actor, professional wrestler, and Mixed Martial Artist, best known for his role as ‘Tommy Oliver’ in the American entertainment franchise ‘Power Rangers.’ He made his debut in 1993 as ‘White Ranger’ in ‘Mighty Morphing Power Rangers’ that was transitioned into ‘Power Rangers Zero,’ in 1996. He played ‘Red Turbo Ranger in ‘Power Rangers Turbo’ (1997). He left the series in 1997, but returned for the 2002 Anniversary of the popular franchise. He continued reprising his role in many seasons of ‘Power Rangers’ such as ‘Power Rangers Dino Thunder’ (2004), ‘Power Rangers Super Megaforce’ (2014), and ‘Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel’ (2018). His other appearances came in shows such as ‘’Cybertron’ (1994), ‘Sweet Valley High’ (1996), ‘Transformers: Titans Return’ (2017-18) and ‘We Bare Bears’ (2019). His films include ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie’ (1995), ‘The Junior Defenders’ (2007), ‘The Blue Sun’ (2010) and ‘Power Rangers’ (2017). (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Jason David Frank is an American actor, professional wrestler, and Mixed Martial Artist, best known for his role as ‘Tommy Oliver’ in the American entertainment franchise ‘Power Rangers.’ He made his debut in 1993 as ‘White Ranger’ in ‘Mighty Morphing Power Rangers’ that was transitioned into ‘Power Rangers Zero,’ in 1996. He played ‘Red Turbo Ranger in ‘Power Rangers Turbo’ (1997). He left the series in 1997, but returned for the 2002 Anniversary of the popular franchise. He continued reprising his role in many seasons of ‘Power Rangers’ such as ‘Power Rangers Dino Thunder’ (2004), ‘Power Rangers Super Megaforce’ (2014), and ‘Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel’ (2018). His other appearances came in shows such as ‘’Cybertron’ (1994), ‘Sweet Valley High’ (1996), ‘Transformers: Titans Return’ (2017-18) and ‘We Bare Bears’ (2019). His films include ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie’ (1995), ‘The Junior Defenders’ (2007), ‘The Blue Sun’ (2010) and ‘Power Rangers’ (2017). (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Both Frank and Van Damme appeared at a Comic-Con in Mexico in 2017 and were supposed to share a green room despite the fact that Frank had once publicly challenged Van Damme to a fight, a challenge that went unaddressed. Frank apparently assumed that wouldn't be an issue, but he found himself in a confusing altercation. After spending his allotted time in the Con, Frank returned to their supposedly shared green room to find it full and blocked off. After being reassigned to another room, one of Van Damme's associates came to him asking if he'd be willing to take a picture with Van Damme. He agreed, but when he got to Van Damme's room, he found an entire production crew with lights and cameras rolling. (Source: www.ranker.com)

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