Actor and blended martial artist Jason David Frank, who performed the unique Inexperienced Ranger within the common “Energy Rangers” TV franchise, has died, a consultant stated Sunday.Frank, 49, performed the function of Tommy Oliver within the long-running superhero sequence that first aired in 1993. Although he initially wore the Inexperienced Ranger’s uniform, he additionally starred because the White Ranger, a Crimson Ranger and a Black Ranger within the franchise.“Please respect the privateness of his household and associates throughout this horrible time as we come to phrases with the lack of such a beautiful human being,” a consultant stated in a press release Sunday. “He cherished his household, associates and followers very a lot. He might be actually missed.”The solid of the “Mighty Morphin Energy Rangers,” together with Frank because the White Ranger (left), strike poses in cement at Mann’s Chinese language Theater in Hollywood following the discharge of their first film, “Mighty Morphin Energy Rangers: The Film,” in 1995.MIKE NELSON by way of Getty ImagesAdditional particulars about his dying weren’t instantly launched.The unique “Mighty Morphin Energy Rangers” sequence solid included Austin St. John, who portrayed the Crimson Ranger; Walter Emmanuel Jones, who performed the Black Ranger; Amy Jo Johnson, because the Pink Ranger; David Yost, because the Blue Ranger; and Thuy Trang, who performed the Yellow Ranger. Trang died in a automotive accident in 2001 on the age of 27.Jones was amongst these expressing their condolences on social media Sunday.“My coronary heart is gloomy to have misplaced one other member of our particular household,” he posted.Frank held an eighth-degree black belt — two levels beneath the best diploma of 10 — and based his personal martial artwork fashion known as Toso Kune Do. This fashion was primarily based on the teachings of American martial arts masters, together with Bruce Lee and Ed Parker, based on an internet site for his martial arts faculty.Philip Lewis contributed reporting.