Who is Jason David Frank ? Cause of Death of Former “Power Rangers” Actor Revealed

Actor Jason David Frank was born and lived in the United States from September 4, 1973, until November 19, 2022.

He was well-known for playing Tommy Oliver in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and other television programs. The actor’s wife has revealed the actor’s cause of death.


Cause of Death of Jason David Frank

According to Tammie Frank, Jason, who was most known for playing the green Power Ranger in “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers,” committed suicide on November 19 as the two were trying to restart their romance. He had planned a weekend getaway. He was 49.

While Jason may have been a household name to some, Tammie said to People in an interview printed on November 30 that “we had a pretty normal existence with ups and downs, just like everybody else.” “Seeing how the media has embellished the tragedy that befell my family has surprised and saddened me beyond words. I have endured internet harassment since his passing, and I can no longer bear to see my husband’s good name damaged.


Jason and Tammie were married for 19 years, and Tammie stated she was “as shocked” as everybody else by his tragic death.

US actor Jason David Frank, from the TV series Power Rangers, gestures during the Comic Con Colombia 2018 in Medellin, on November 17, 2018. – Comic Con Colombia brings together fans and entrepreneurs from the entertainment and gaming industry from November 16 to 18. (Photo by JOAQUIN SARMIENTO / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOAQUIN SARMIENTO/AFP via Getty Images)

We were attempting to resolve our issues because I loved my spouse, Tammie said. “Truth be told, I was unaware that Jason was considering breaking things up. Yes, he had previously had sadness and mental health problems, but I could never have predicted what would happen that evening.”

The night he died, she remembers going out dancing with him, and she added that they stayed out “till the bar closed.” The two then went back to Jason’s room, having previously stayed in different hotel rooms because “my husband snored,” to put it simply.

“He and I were having a serious and emotional chat in his room when we went back to the hotel,” she recalled. I headed downstairs to fetch us food from the lobby to help Jason unwind and calm down before going to bed.


When Tammie came back, she knocked on his door, but she received “no answer.” Later, police showed up on the scene.

The love of my life was lost during what was supposed to be a joyful weekend excursion, Tammie said. “Although Jason was a kind person, he also had his issues. He shared our humanity and was also a human.”

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