The actor who played the ‘Green Ranger’ in ‘Power Rangers’ has died at the age of 49
American actor Jason David Frank, known for his role as Green Ranger Tommy Oliver in the “Power Rangers” series, has died at the age of 49, according to multiple sources. The actor starred in the original 90s season of the children’s series and continued to appear for decades.
First reported by Geek Ireland portal, the news was later confirmed on social media by the actor’s artistic representative Brian Butler.
“Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my friend and client Jason David Frank. Jason was a martial artist best known for his role as Tommy in “Power Rangers.” He was a true martial artist and I had the pleasure of being his manager for the fights he competed in. If someone you know is depressed, please reach out to them,” the representative said.
His coach, Mike Bronzoulis, spoke in similar terms. My brother be still from another mother Jason David Frank. I’m still in shock. I feel awful, he called me and left a message, I took too much time. Jason was a good friend to me and I will miss him. Love and prayers to his wife Tammy and their children. I pray that God will help them through this difficult time.
In this context, the artist also spoke to Baslogic, who worked with the actor on a project and confirmed the news through common contacts. “It’s heartbreaking. Condolences to the family,” he said.
Jason David Frank married his wife Shawna Frank for the first time in 1994 and they have three children, Jacob, Hunter and Skye. The two divorced in 2001. Two years later, in 2003, the actor married again, this time to martial artist Tommy Frank, with whom he had a daughter, Jenna.
There was a change in the actor’s family life last August when the actor’s wife Tammy Frank filed for divorce in the court. According to the TMZ portal, infidelity is one of the reasons for this. Both got married in 2003.