JASON DAVID FRANK
Jason David Frank is well-known for his role of Tommy Oliver in the long-running children's television show Power Rangers. His character has morphed into the most different power rangers in the show's twenty year history. He first morphed on the scene as the Mighty Morphin Green Ranger, a bad boy turned good, who after only ten episodes was intended to be written out of the show. However, due to his popularity, Jason David Frank's character was able to morph into the Mighty Morphin White Ranger, Red Zeo, Red Turbo and then returned in 2004 as the
Black DinoThunder Ranger.
Throughout Power Ranger history, Jason David Frank's character has appeared in 225 total episodes and counting, more episodes than any other ranger. He also starred in the series both full-length movies, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie" (1995) and "Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie" (1997). In 2013, Jason David Frank reprised his role of the Green Ranger in the Power Ranger's 20th Anniversary season, which features a mega war that features many rangers from the show's history. With his dynamic screen presence and outstanding martial arts, he has catapulted Tommy to legendary fame in the Power Ranger fandom and to this day maintains a fan base that stretches around the world.
His martial arts is not an act, Jason Frank, an inductee of the World Karate Union Hall of Fame, is a highly accomplished and respected martial artist with 37 years experience. In 1994, he created his own martial arts system, "Toso Kune Do," which means "Way of the Fighting Fist" and incorporates many different aspects of martial arts. Jason David Frank currently holds a seventh degree black belt in American Karate, a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and in February 2013, he received the title of Master of Muay Thai by the world-renowned Muay Thai trainer Grand Master Toddy (Arjan). He is the owner and operator of Rising Sun Karate and MMA, with three schools in Texas and one in California.
With his recent achievements in 2013, Jason Frank has begun to document his momentous endeavors in a reality series, "My Morphing Life." The first season episodes include his world record achievement, receiving his prestigious Arjarn title in Muay Thai, his return to Power Rangers as the Legendary Power Ranger, his notable convention touring, and more. The reality show’s first season can be viewed via Bat in The Sun’s Youtube Channel and currently has more than six million views. Season one through three of My Morphing Life can be viewed on the ConTV channel, a netflix of sorts for people who enjoy pop culture, and youtube.
In March 2017, Jason David Frank had a cameo in Saban’s Power Rangers movie, a re-envision of the hit show, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, distributed by Lionsgate Films and Saban Entertainment.
Jason David Frank portrays superhero Bloodshot, a former soldier with powers of regeneration and meta-morphing made possible through nanites injected into his blood. The series, Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe, which is Valiant Entertainment’s Valiant Digital division. He also voiced Emissary in Machinima’s and Warner Bros.’s Transformers Titan’s Return series. More recently, he starred as Lord Drakkon in an exclusive trailer for Boom! Studios’ Shattered Grid comic book event.
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Cooper Andrews quickly became a fan favorite as Jerry, right hand man of King Ezekiel during The Walking Dead’s seventh season. As the show continues into its tenth season he has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a lot more to Jerry than peach cobbler and a winning smile.
Cooper is also known for his role as Y0-Yo on AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire. He also appeared alongside Jason Momoa and Julianne Nicholson during the second season of Sundance’s The Red Road, and his other television work includes time spent on sound departments for various productions, as well as guest starring on Hawaii Five-O, and Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell. He has filmed several independent films, including Golgotha, Mandie and the Secret Tunnel, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, the TV film Thin Ice and the heist action thriller Den of Thieves. Most recently, Cooper appeared in the DC superhero hit Shazam!
Cooper was born in Smithtown, Long Island, NY. He enjoys cooking, screenwriting, archery, weightlifting, and his mother’s Raspberry Mountain Pie.