Jason David Frank Biography

Jason David Frank is a well-known American actor and mixed martial artist. He is best known for his role as Tommy Oliver in the Power Rangers television series. Frank was born on September 4, 1973 in the United States.



Power Rangers

It was decided that Frank would play the part of Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger. The role was scheduled to run for a total of 14 episodes. Because of how well-liked the character was, it was decided to bring him back as the White Ranger and make him the new team leader.

Before being summoned back to work on Power Rangers, Frank was scheduled to play the lead role of Adam Steele in VR Troopers, which was then titled “Cybertron.” He even filmed a pilot episode for the show before being recalled. Both Frank and Brad Hawkins have stated that their brother’s role was supposed to take Tommy Oliver’s position as the White Ranger on the original version of Power Rangers. Frank, though, was brought back, and Tommy Oliver was given the role of the White Ranger as a result of the popularity that Tommy Oliver enjoyed among Ranger fans.  Hawkins would take over on VR Troopers. Ryan Steele is now the name of the character who was formerly known as Adam Steele. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was rebranded as Power Rangers Zeo after it completed its initial run of three seasons. The Rangers’ costumes are updated on a yearly basis to coincide with the Super Sentai series, and this transformation is a part of that process. The identity of Frank’s persona was revealed to be the Red Zeo Ranger (also called Zeo Ranger V).

The next year, in the following season of Power Rangers Turbo, his character was promoted to become the very first Red Turbo Ranger. Midway through the show’s run, Frank and several other cast members, including Johnny Yong Bosch, Nakia Burrise, and Catherine Sutherland, mutually decided to quit the show and were subsequently replaced.

Frank returned to Power Rangers as the Red Zeo Ranger in 2002 for the special 10th-anniversary episode of Power Rangers Wild Force, which was titled “Forever Red.” This episode brought back ten former Red Rangers and reunited him with Austin St. John. After leaving the series in 1997, Frank returned to Power Rangers in 2002 as the Red Zeo Ranger.

After that, in 2004, he appeared in Power Rangers Dino Thunder as the Black Dino Ranger, which was a continuation of his previous character. Whenever Frank was depicted in his role as the Black Dino Ranger, he wore long-sleeved shirts so that the tattoos that covered his arms would be hidden.

This was also the situation for the song “Forever Red” that was played on ‘Wild Force.’ For Douglas Sloan, being the Black Dino Ranger was a favor that was done for him.  Although he has quipped that Saban and Disney are “both the same, they’re cheap,” he has stated that the production staff for Dino Thunder pleased him.

In the Power Rangers Super Megaforce episode that served as the season finale, Frank gave a performance as Tommy Oliver, who in turn took on the role of the Green Ranger for the episode.


Following his conversation with Stan Lee at a comic book convention, Frank has shown an interest in creating a Green Ranger solo series or feature picture.

In the 2017 film adaptation of Power Rangers, Frank appeared in a cameo appearance as a citizen of Angel Grove with Amy Jo Johnson, who also appeared in the film adaptation of Power Rangers. In 2018, during the Power Rangers franchise’s 25th anniversary, he appeared in episode 10 of Super Ninja Steel of the Power Rangers television series, reprising his role as Tommy. In the year 2022, Frank announced that he would no longer be working for the franchise.

Bat in the Sun : Super Power Beatdown

On the episode of “Super Power Beatdown” that aired on November 7, 2013, Frank fought the Mortal Kombat character Scorpion while dressed as the White Ranger.  On May 5, 2015, he made another appearance on “Super Power Beatdown,” this time as the Green Ranger, and he competed against Ryu from Street Fighter.   Following the popularity of the “Super Power Beatdown” series, Bat in the Sun began production on an online reality series about Frank with the working title “My Morphing Life.”  2015 marked the beginning of broadcasting of the show’s second season.

New Era – Legend Of The White Dragon

In 2020, the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter was used to launch the film Legend of the White Dragon. At first, we were thinking about making it as a fan film or a miniseries. As a result of the success and the enthusiasm, it was expanded into a full-length feature picture. Former cast members of Power Rangers appear in the movie, including Frank, Jason Faunt, and Ciara Hanna. Mark Dacascos, Michael Madsen, Andrew Byron Bachelor, and Jenna Frank are among the other actors who are featured in the production. The filming was completed in 2021. It is presently being produced, and its debut is scheduled for the year 2023.

Fighting and martial arts

Toso Kune Do
Focus Hybrid
Hardness Full-contact
Country of origin United States
Creator Jason David Frank
Parenthood Karate (Shōtōkan, Wado-ryu), Judo, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Aikido, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Olympic sport No

With his knowledge of many different styles of martial arts, such as Shotokan, Wado-ryu, Taekwondo, Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, and Aikido, Frank collected the most practical applications, modified them with his own philosophies, and created his own blend of American Karate called “Toso Kune Do.” Other styles of martial arts that Frank was familiar with include: Aikid  On June 28, 2003, he was admitted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame for his accomplishments in the martial art.  The Arnold Classic was held in Columbus, Ohio, on February 29, 2008, and Frank made an appearance there.


Mixed martial arts

On the 21st of August in 2009, Frank made the formal announcement that he had signed a contract   a corporation that specializes in the marketing and management of mixed martial arts (MMA). He started working out with Melvin Guillard, a lightweight fighter for the UFC.

On January 30, at the Houston Arena Theatre, Frank made his long-awaited debut in mixed martial arts competition for the United States Amateur Combat Association during the company’s first event, which was titled “Lonestar Beatdown: Houston.” He submitted his opponent, Jonathon “the Mack Truck” Mack, using an omoplata in the first round of the fight. [19][unreliable source? On February 19, in Arlington, Texas, Frank competed in his second bout, which took place at the Lonestar Beatdown: Dallas event. His opponent was Chris Rose, who entered the ring dressed in a robe like that worn by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In round 1, Frank won through technical knockout over Rose (strikes).

In the “Cage Rage 7” competition that took place at the State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, on May 8, 2010, he competed for the Texas Rage in the Cage Amateur Association. James Willis was his rival in the match. Willis was knocked out in the first round with a rising knee from Frank, which happened 23 seconds into the fight.

It was planned that Frank would make his debut with Ultimate Warrior Challenge at their next event on May 22. He was going to compete in a light heavyweight match against James “Ray” Handy Jr.

On May 21, Frank revealed on his official Facebook fan page that James Handy would not be able to compete due to an injury and that Carlos Horn would replace him. This would result in the fight being moved up to the heavyweight division. Armbar submission was the winning move for Frank in the first round against Horn. Since making the transition to the professional ranks, Frank has communicated his desire to sign a contract with Strikeforce and potentially compete against Herschel Walker.

On August 4, 2010, on his Facebook fan page, Frank announced that he would be making his professional debut in Houston at “Puro Combate #1.” This date was set for August 4, 2010. His opponent was Jose Roberto Vasquez, and the fight took place at the heavyweight division. After only 0 minutes and 46 seconds of the first round, Frank was able to win his professional mixed martial arts (MMA) debut with a rear naked choke submission. [29] [30] At the time of writing, Frank was supposed to compete in a light heavyweight bout at Puro Combate 3 on December 9, 2010. On December 8, the fight was called off because his opponent did not receive medical clearance in time for the bout. At that time, he was supposed to fight Shawn Machado on July 22, 2011, at the Legacy FC 7 event. However, the fight couldn’t go on because of a possible tear in the biceps muscle.

Dead Or Alive

It is not true that Jason David Frank has passed away. At least up until his family or management officially confirms his death, the persistent claims that he has passed away are nothing more than an elaborate fake.

In recent days, a number of websites and users of the social networking service Twitter have been spreading the rumor that an American actor has passed away and writing fake obituaries in his name.

There is widespread belief that Jason ended his own life by taking his own life, and he is no longer with us. On the other hand, there has been no formal statement released. Before arriving at any conclusion, we strongly encourage everyone to seek for sources that may be trusted.

Online enthusiasts have provided a variety of responses to this news. While some people have already accepted the information and begun posting words of sympathy and nostalgia, others are still hesitant and are waiting for official confirmation before accepting anything.