Power Rangers actor Jason David Frank has passed away unexpectedly. Let’s take a closer look at how Jason David Frank died and what was the cause of Jason David Frank’s death.
Jason David Frank dies aged 49
The sudden demise of Jason David Frank left his family, close relatives and other loved ones in utter devastation and grief. The circumstances behind his sudden death have not been made public.
“During this time, we ask that you allow the family to take appropriate and necessary time to prepare, prepare, and grieve as a family,” the statement said.
Jason David Frank’s cause of death and manner of death are still unknown.
Jason David Frank’s coach confirmed his death on Facebook. RIP JDF. The statement said:
Get my brother from another mother Jason David Frank.
Love and prayers for his wife Tammy and their children, I pray that God will be good during this difficult time.
Jason David Frank Cause of Death:
The coach and his family have not yet released any information about the cause of death. Based on previous medical history, he had no acute illnesses or recurrent illnesses.
A story is circulating on social media that Green Ranger Jason David Frank hanged himself. However, the cause of Jason David Frank’s death is still unknown.
MPM news is trying to reach family and relatives for comment on the incident. No response yet. We will update the page once we get enough information. More information about Jason David Frank’s cause of death will be added soon.
Who is Jason David Frank?
Jason David Frank is an American actor and mixed martial artist. Born on September 4, 1973. Frank is best known for his role as Tommy Oliver in the Power Rangers series.
Power Rangers career
The Green Ranger, Tommy Oliver, is portrayed by Frank. He starred in the 14 episodes allotted for the season.
Due to the popularity of the character he was brought back as the White Ranger and the new team leader.
Before being called back to Power Rangers, Frank was set to play the lead role of Adam Steele in VR Troopers (formerly known as “Cybertron”). He filmed a pilot episode for the show.
Frank and Brad Hawkins say that the initial plan for Hawkins’ character in Power Rangers was to take Tommy Oliver’s place as the White Ranger.
Due to Tommy Oliver’s popularity among Ranger fans Frank was reinstated with Tommy Oliver taking on the role of the White Ranger.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers changed their name to Power Rangers Geo after three seasons. The shift is part of the annual Ranger Suit change that coincides with the annual renewal of the Super Sentai series.
Red Turbo Ranger:
Frank’s personality evolved into the Red Geo Ranger (also known as Geo Ranger V). His character became the first Red Turbo Ranger in Power Rangers Turbo the following year.
Frank and his co-stars Johnny Yong Bosch, Nakia Burris and Katherine Sutherland were replaced as they decided to leave the cast mid-season.
After leaving the show in 1997, Frank returned to Power Rangers in 2002 as Red Geo Ranger Austin St. John.
Jason later starred as the Black Dino Ranger in Power Rangers Dino Thunder in 2004. Frank always appeared as the Black Dino Ranger, while wearing long sleeves to hide the tattoos on his arms. The same applies to “Forever Red” by “Forever Red”.
For Douglas Sloan, playing the Black Dino Ranger was a plus. Saban and Disney are “the same thing, they’re cheap,” he joked, adding that he was pleased with the Dino Thunder production team.
In the season finale of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, Frank returned as Tommy Oliver, who served as the episode’s Green Ranger.
Frank expressed interest in creating a standalone Green Ranger series. Along with fellow Power Rangers actor Amy Jo Johnson, Frank appeared as a resident of Angel Grove in the 2017 film Power Rangers.
He reprized his role as Tommy in episode 10 of Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel in 2018 for the 25th anniversary of Power Rangers. Frank announced that he will retire from franchise in 2022.
Velawal in the sun super power beat down. On November 7, 2013, in “Super Power Beat Down”, Frank fought Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion as the White Ranger.
On May 5, 2015, he made his second appearance as the Green Ranger in “Super Power Beat Down” and battled Ryu from Street Fighter. Following the popularity of the “Super Power Beatdown” series, Bat in the Sun began developing a web-based reality show. Bad in the Sun began production of Frank’s web reality series “My Morphing Life”. Season 2 of the show premiered in 2015.
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Legend of the White Dragon, New Era:
In 2020, the movie Legend of the White Dragon debuted on Kickstarter. It could be a fan film or a miniseries. As a result of its success and enthusiasm it was expanded into a full-length film.
Former Power Rangers actors Frank, Jason Fant and Ciara Hannah appear in the film. Other cast members include Mark Dagaskos, Michael Madsen, Andrew Byron of The Bachelor and Jenna Frank. It will be released in 2023.
Martial Arts and Fighting:
With his knowledge of various martial arts including Shtkan, Wad-ry, Taekwondo, Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, Aikido, Frank compiled and adapted the most effective techniques.
His personal philosophies later created his own variation of American Karate, “Toso Kune Do.” He was inducted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame on June 28, 2003.
On February 29, 2008, Frank appeared at the Arnold Classic in Columbus, Ohio.
Mixed Martial Arts:
Frank officially confirmed his deal with SuckerPunch Entertainment, a sports marketing and management company.
Focused on mixed martial arts. UFC lightweight Melvin Gillard began his training with UFC lightweight Melvin Gillard.
Frank made his highly anticipated MMA debut for the United States Amateur Combat Association at the company’s first event, “Lonestar Beatdown: Houston”.
He defeated Jonathan “The Mack Truck” Mack in the opening round by omoplata submission. On February 19 in Arlington, Texas, Frank competed in his second match at Lonestar Beatdown: Dallas.
His opponent, Chris Rose, entered the arena wearing a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles outfit. KO’d in round 1 by Rose Frank (strikes).
He competed in the Cage Amateur Association’s “Cage Rage 7” on May 8, 2010, at the State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, representing Texas Rage. His competition was James Willis. With a rising knee, Frank dropped Willis in the first round after 23 seconds.