Now, despite the fact that this was a non-union television series and I was paid peanuts and almost died a few times because of the makeshift low-budget stunts we performed, I am forever grateful. My time as the Pink Ranger not only became the training ground for my future career as a working actress but also, without even knowing it at the time, a way to inspire thousands of little girls to believe that they can be as badass as little boys. I’ve always wondered if you knew how huge the show would become? I personally had no idea what was about to happen that fall of 1993.Remember the time you flew us all to Hawaii for our first live appearance?It’s awesome that we get to see two of the most iconic Rangers on screen again, and let’s hope the new film lives up to the show’s legacy.You can catch Power Rangers in theaters on March 24, 2017.Jason David Frank is one of the most well-known members of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers cast, largely because of his outspoken support of both the fans and the series.It also doesn’t hurt that he was the coolest guy on TV in the ‘90s, and everyone wanted to be Tommy Oliver (who didn't want to have hair like that? JDF has truly embraced the show, and the impact it had on his life and career.
She was one of the original 5 Rangers, and most likely the first crush for a lot of us millennials (speaking from personal experience). So it should come as no surprise that actress Amy Jo Johnson, better known as the woman behind Pink Ranger, happily agreed to perform on the streets of Toronto if, and only if, she could raise enough money for her upcoming film, castmember David Yost to thank."As your friend, I've got a challenge for you," he shared in a You Tube video. "I challenge you to go out in a large public space. It was the popularity of that experience that has also helped me raise enough money to create my first feature film, as a director.“The Space Between” is being released this summer and I can only hope to begin to create the sort of legacies you have.