Jason David Frank (born September 4, 1973) is an American actor and professional mixed martial artist notable for his portrayal of Tommy Oliver, the original Green Ranger, in multiple seasons of Power Rangers.Frank originally auditioned for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in the pilot for the role of Jason, the Red Ranger.During mid-season Frank and fellow cast members Johnny Yong Bosch, Nakia Burrise and Catherine Sutherland agreed to leave and were replaced.After he left the series in 1997, Frank came back to Power Rangers as Zeo Ranger V Red in 2002 for the special 10th anniversary episode, entitled "Forever Red", in Power Rangers Wild Force (reuniting with Austin St. He then reprised his role in 2004 in Power Rangers Dino Thunder, as the Black Dino Ranger.Many of them whip out their cell phones, snapping photos and recording video.In the front and center of the crowd, you can see Frank and Johnson. "Those were really the two that we thought were important to put in there," director Dean Israelite explained to Cinema Blend, "and you know obviously we're teasing something at the end that relates to [Tommy] so it sort of all felt organic." Interestingly enough, that wasn't the first cameo they filmed. Me and Amy were filming in the Krispy Kreme," Frank told The Hollywood Reporter. I was thinking, 'If I grow the ponytail out, I'll shock the fans when they see me.' We shot a scene there with Rita [Elizabeth Banks], and we were dressed in green and pink." MORE: Here's Why Power Rangers Cut Jason And Kimberly's Kiss / Jason David Frank Talks Female Green Ranger in Sequel / Power Rangers Cast Lobbying For Green Ranger To Be Female Saban’s Power Rangers follows five ordinary teens who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove - and the world - is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat.If you were a child in the 1990s with a working pulse, it was hard to avoid the emotional investment and ultimate heartbreak that was Green/White Ranger Tommy Oliver and Pink Ranger Kimberly Hart’s love saga from the original when Kimberly left the Power Rangers in season 3 to pursue gymnastics -- leaving her catch-of-a-boyfriend, Tommy, behind and later ending their relationship via letter, revealing she met ‘the person she belongs with’ in Florida. He saved your life, literally, several times -- He deserved at least a phone call, it wasn’t 1848! BUT, it did have us thinking about the *icy* breakup letter, and if that was truly the end of Tomberly? To access more Mighty Morphin feelings, check out our interviews with the original cast below, as they reunited for the first time since 1995.
At the end of the film, the entire town of Angel Grove look up in awe of at the Megazord.
Jason David Frank, aka the Green Ranger, was the target of an attempted assassination at Thursday’s Comic-Con in Phoenix, Arizona.
According to the Phoenix police arrested Mathew Sterling, who made it into the convention carrying an arsenal including three guns and a knife.
stars: a pie-loving Dacre Montgomery and a super-talkative RJ Cyler.
Once Frank's tattoos have been sufficiently covered and Johnson is rocking new sneaks, they meet with director Dean Israelite, who quickly sets up the blue-screen scene for them.