Some people will be in shock this morning - others genuinely upset. The majority of people likely don't know Jason David Frank by name or face. And that's okay - not every one is a household name or even a 'hey, it's that guy'. What matters is whether you made an impact on those who knew you. And Jason David Frank absolutely did that.

Frank was known for playing Tommy on the original incarnation of kids series Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. He wasn't an original cast member, rather he joined the cast midway through the first season as 'the Green Ranger' - it was never supposed to be an ongoing role, but he proved popular and was soon brought into the series full-time as a newly colored 'White Ranger' and led the team. Of any cast member from the Power Rangers series and its many, many, many spin-offs, Jason David Frank was the one true break-out star who was famous for Power Rangers.

His Power Ranger appearances totalled over 200 episodes. Frank, as you would assume, was popular on the fan convention circuit. Away from the Power Rangers, he was into martial arts with business interests in the MMA.

It was reported that Frank died over the weekend at the age of 49. Cast members have been posting their memories of working with Frank. It seems that he was a good man.

Jason David Frank Dies: ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Star Was 49
Jason David Frank, an actor and mixed martial arts star, has died at 49 years old. The cause of death has not been revealed, but reports indicated it was by suicide. Frank was born in Covina, Calif…
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