Jason David Frank, Green Power Rangers star commits suicide at 49, co-actors pay heartfelt tribute
Jason David Frank, an American actor, committed suicide on November 19 at his home in Texas, USA. The actor was famous for playing the role of Green Power Ranger Tommy Oliver in the original 1990s children’s show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Frank’s manager, Justine Hunt, announced the actor’s demise on Sunday without revealing the reason behind his death. In a statement, she said, Please respect the privacy of his family and friends during this horrible time as we come to terms with the loss of such a wonderful human being. He loved his family, friends and fans very much. He will truly be missed.
Frank was 49. He is survived by his four children, two sons, Hunter and Jacob, and two daughters, Skye and Jenna.
The actor’s sudden demise has shaken the entertainment industry. Walter E. Jones, Frank’s Power Rangers co-star, also paid tribute to the actor. Sharing a throwback photo with Frank, Walter wrote, Can’t believe it…. RIP Jason David Frank. My heart is sad to have lost another member of our special family.
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Another co-star of Frank, Amy Jo Johnson, also expressed her grief on social media and wrote Can’t believe it. My heart is sad to have lost another member of our special family. Jase, you were beautiful and truly unique. My life just won’t be the same without your frenetic, hilarious, caring, driven, and creative ball of energy. I will always love you, dear friend. Please Rest now in Peace.
The social media page for Power Rangers also paid tribute to the actor and wrote All of Ranger Nation is deeply saddened by the loss of Jason David Frank. JDF brought countless smiles to fans over the years and will be greatly missed. May the Power protect him, always.
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