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Tammie Frank files for divorce from husband Jason David Frank

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Edward Jacob is an American entertainment journalist who graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts. he won major broadcast awards for covering a wide range of backgrounds. He writes for a wide range of media outlets, especially on the latest news on upcoming films and T.V shows.

Tammie Frank files for divorce from husband Jason David Frank

Tammie Frank and Jason David Frank, a married couple who practice mixed martial arts, are about to divorce. According to media sources, the wife has filed for a court-ordered divorce from her husband.

Jason David Frank, an American actor, is best known for his role as Tommy Oliver in the Power Rangers television series. While his wife posted hers on social media, the 48-year-old has yet to comment on it.

Soon, Tammie Frank will become the ex-wife of Jason David Frank. The pair have been having issues for a while now, according to new reports from TMZ. Due to the problems in their marriage, they did not even live together.

In October 2021, Tammie posted the last Instagram with Jason. It was a birthday message for her dog, who was pictured. The Power Rangers star had a thumbs up at the time and Harley was one year old.

Jason, on the other hand, deleted all photos of him and his wife from his Instagram account.

It’s unclear if Tammie left these images behind on purpose or if she will in the future. However, she has already made it known that she is divorcing her spouse and the details of their legal battle are public knowledge.

Tammy notes, “You have my help today, not men, God tells you. I am starting a new thing in your life, and it will manifest for all to witness. She additionally used the hashtags “fresh start” and “head held high”.

According to TMZ, Tammie Frank said Jason was having an extramarital affair, and she believed that was one of the reasons for their divorce.

Jason David Frank
Jason David Frank

Tammie Frank’s career

The Green Ranger, Tommy Oliver, was portrayed by Frank. 14 episodes have been allocated for the part. He was brought back as the White Ranger and new team leader due to the character’s popularity.

Before being called back to Power Rangers, Frank was set to play the lead role of Adam Steele in VR Troopers (formerly known as “Cybertron”). He shot a pilot episode for the series. Frank and Brad Hawkins claim that the original plan for Hawkins’ character in Power Rangers was to replace Tommy Oliver as the White Ranger. [3] [4] Frank was reinstated, with Tommy Oliver taking the role of the White Ranger, thanks to Tommy Oliver’s popularity among Ranger fans. On VR Troopers, Hawkins would take over. Ryan Steele was given to former Adam Steele.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers changed its name to Power Rangers Zeo after three seasons. The change is a component of the annual Ranger Suit change to coincide with the annual Super Sentai Series update. Frank’s character evolved into the Red Zeo Ranger (also called Zeo Ranger V). His character became the first Red Turbo Ranger in Power Rangers Turbo the following year. Frank and his co-stars Johnny Yong Bosch, Nakia Burrise and Catherine Sutherland decided to leave the cast midway through the season and were replaced.

After leaving the show in 1997, Frank returned to Power Rangers in 2002 as the Red Zeo Ranger for the Power Rangers Wild Force 10th anniversary special episode, “Forever Red”, which brought back ten former Red Rangers and the brought back with Austin St. John. He then played the Black Dino Ranger in Power Rangers Dino Thunder in 2004. Frank always appeared as the Black Dino Ranger while wearing long sleeves to hide his arm tattoos. This also applied to “Forever Red” from “Wild Force”. For Douglas Sloan, playing the Black Dino Ranger was a favor. He jokingly remarked that even though Saban and Disney are “both the same, they’re cheap”, he was thrilled with the production team of Dino Thunder. In the Power Rangers Super Megaforce season finale, Frank returned as Tommy Oliver, who served as the episode’s Green Ranger. After meeting Stan Lee at a comic book event, Frank expressed interest in making a Green Ranger solo series or feature film.

On “Super Power Beatdown” on November 7, 2013, Frank made an appearance as the White Ranger battling the Scorpion from Mortal Kombat.

[10] On May 5, 2015, he made a second appearance as the Green Ranger on “Super Power Beatdown” and engaged in a fight with Street Fighter’s Ryu. Following the popularity of the “Super Power Beatdown” series, Bat in the Sun began producing Frank’s reality series, “My Morphing Life”. Season 2 of the program premiered in 2015.

Alongside fellow Power Rangers actor Amy Jo Johnson, Frank appeared in the 2017 movie Power Rangers as a resident of Angel Grove. For the 25th anniversary of Power Rangers, he played Tommy again in episode 10 of Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel in 2018.

A crowdfunding effort for the movie Legend of the White Dragon was launched on Kickstarter in July 2019 and featured former Power Rangers Jenna Frank, Johnny Yong Bosch, Jason Faunt, Ciara Hanna, Yoshi Sudarso, and Chrysti Ane. On August 11, 2019, the campaign ended without reaching its fundraising goal. [13] The project relaunched on Kickstarter on March 27 with a narrower funding goal, this time as a miniseries. The project has received funding and is currently working towards its ambitious goals for a possible limited series and feature film. On May 27, 2020, the second campaign ended, having raised the $508,578 needed for a full picture.

With his knowledge of a variety of martial arts including Shtkan, Wad-ry, Taekwondo, Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do and Aikido , Frank compiled the most useful techniques, modified them according to his personal philosophies, and then created his own variation of American Karate, “Toso Kune Do”.
He was inducted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame on June 28, 2003. On February 29, 2008, Frank made an appearance at the Arnold Classic in Columbus, Ohio.

Frank at the Phoenix Comicon in 2017

Jason David Frank
Jason David Frank

An MMA-specific sports marketing and management organization. With UFC lightweight Melvin Guillard, he began training. On January 30 at the Houston Arena Theater, Frank made his highly anticipated MMA debut for the United States Amateur Combat Association at the organization’s inaugural event, “Lonestar Beatdown: Houston.” By omoplata submission, he won against Jonathan “the Mack Truck” Mack in the first round. On February 19 in Arlington, Texas, Frank competed in his second fight at Lonestar Beatdown: Dallas. Chris Rose, his opponent, entered the arena wearing a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles robe. Rose was knocked out in the first round by Frank (strikes). He competed on May 8, 2010 in the Cage Amateur Association’s “Cage Rage 7” at State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, representing Texas Rage. James Willis was his rival. With a raised knee in the final 23 seconds of round one, Frank knocked out Willis.

Frank was scheduled to compete for the first time for Ultimate Warrior Challenge on May 22 against James “Ray” Handy Jr. in a light heavyweight match.

The fight would now be a heavyweight contest following James Handy’s injury, which Frank previously disclosed on his official Facebook fan page on May 21. Frank submitted Horn in the first round using an armbar. Frank has expressed a desire to join Strikeforce and possibly face Herschel Walker since turning pro.

On August 4, 2010, in Houston at “Puro Combate #1”, Frank would make his professional debut, he revealed on his Facebook fan page. Jose Roberto Vasquez was his opponent when he competed at heavyweight. The rear naked choke submission at 0:46 in the first round gave Frank a quick victory in his professional MMA debut. At Puro Combate 3, Frank was scheduled to compete in a light heavyweight match on December 9, 2010. On December 8, the fight was canceled because his opponent had not received medical clearance.

He then had a fight against Shawn Machado for Legacy FC 7 on July 22, 2011. However, the fight was canceled due to a potential bicep injury. Jason David’s ex-wife, Tammie Frank, now accuses him of having an affair.

In 2020, a lucky Tweet read, “Tammie, your husband Jason David Frank has Amy Johnson’s Facebook page on his Twitter page. You need to check his Twitter because he might tweet that he’s a cheater and cheating on you with her,” implying that Amy Johnson had no respect for Tammie and neither did her own husband.

Although there is no basis for this claim to be genuine, it appears to be true currently. Tammie’s main justification for getting a divorce was that she claimed her husband had cheated on her.

According to Jason’s ex-wife, their marriage was untenable due to conflict and stress. She also says that due to Jason’s cruel treatment of her, she can no longer live with him. According to the legal form that TMZ received, it placed July 1 as the date of separation.

Frank says he is a Christian and that he and Tammie started going to church after their brother Erik died.

Additionally, he was a founding member of the Christian mixed martial arts group “Jesus Didn’t Tap”. Frank has the word tattooed on his left forearm. With his first wife Shawna, whom he married in 1994, he has two sons, Hunter and Jacob, and a daughter, Skye. They divorced in 2001.

His second wife, Tammie, was also a martial artist. They married in 2003 and Jenna is their only child. Frank is of German, Irish, Polish and Greek descent.

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