Even after all these years Frank maintains friendships with some of his old cast members. This includes Jason Narvy, who played “Skull”, and Johnny Bosch, who took on the role of Adam.
“Those guys are really good guys who I stay in contact with,” Frank said. “You know Kat Sutherland, who replaced Amy? I have stayed in contact with her. I start seeing the personality side of the character. I start seeing if they reach out to their fans. Do they care about their fans? So Catherine has built great respect from me in how she has reached out to her fans. Remember she had to replace Kimberly, and that is not an easy role. Seeing her interact with the crowd and people, and everybody loves her now. They tell her, ‘Well, I wasn’t a big fan of Kat, but now I am because you are a Pink Ranger reaching out to your fans after so many years.’ That is important.”
Frank intends to slow down his appearance dates and return to mixed martial arts in the near future. He says he still trains regularly in preparation for a fight down the line. Cameras are also following the actor for footage for his reality show “My Morphin’ Life.”
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• Florida Supercon
The Florida Supercon is South Florida’s largest comic book, anime, animation, video game, fantasy, sci-fi and pop culture convention. In its eighth year, the event feature more than 350 comic book, film, television, stage, music and anime guests including George Takei, Adam Baldwin, the stars of The Walking Dead, the stars of Comic Book Men, the 20th Anniversary Power Rangers Reunion and Traci Lords.
There are more than 1,000 activities with celebrity Q&As, industry panels, writing workshops, video game tournaments, bands, dance parties, cosplay contests, cosplay photo shoots and more. The music festival will deliver more than 50 local and national bands. Talent subject to change.