After 24 years on the air, "Power Rangers" is going back to its roots with a new movie that puts a new spin on the original team of "teenagers with attitude' from Angel Grove. But what happened to the original team that excited little kids and sent action figures flying off the shelves back in 1993? Here's where the original Rangers, allies and villains are now.
AUSTIN ST. JOHN (Red Ranger): The Taekwondo and judo black belt who played team leader Jason Scott Lee went on to work as an overseas paramedic, according to his Facebook profile. After leaving "Power Rangers" midway through Season 2 due to a contract dispute, he returned to the series in "Power Rangers Zeo" and in "Forever Red," a 10th anniversary special that brought together all the Red Rangers from the series.
THUY TRANG (Yellow Ranger): The actress who played California teen Trini Kawn died in a car accident in 2001. But before that, she starred in two movies outside of the "Power Rangers" universe, 1996 comedy "Spy Hard" and 1996 action film "The Crow: City of Angels."
DAVID YOST (Blue Ranger): Yost appeared in over 200 episodes of "Power Rangers" as brainiac Billy Cranston before leaving in 1996. In a 2010 interview, he revealed his departure was due to harassment from the production crew over his homosexuality. He's recently worked as a reality TV producer on shows like "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and is slated to appear in "The Order," a short action film starring various "Power Rangers" alumni including Austin St. John and Walter Emanuel Jones
WALTER JONES (Black Ranger): This 43-year-old actor played Zack Taylor for one-and-a-half seasons before leaving with Trang and St. John. He had a cameo role in later "Power Rangers" seasons as some of the monsters the Rangers fought. He has dozens of voice, film and TV guest roles to his name, including a bit role in "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping."
AMY JO JOHNSON (Pink Ranger): The 43-year-old actress who played Kimberly Hart on the show's first three seasons went on to several more lead TV roles on shows like "Felicity," "The Division," and "Flashpoint." Now a married mom, she has a cameo in the new "Power Rangers" movie as a citizen in Angel Grove.
JASON DAVID FRANK (Green/White Ranger): After joining "Power Rangers" midway through the first season as Tommy Oliver, Frank remained on the show until midway through its fifth season, "Power Rangers Turbo." In 2004, he played Tommy again in "Power Rangers Dino Thunder" and guest starred in a 2014 episode of the series for its 20th anniversary. Outside of "Power Rangers," he started a career as a karate instructor and MMA fighter, winning four amateur bouts and one pro bout.
PAUL SCHRIER AND JASON NARVY (Bulk and Skull): The comic relief duo stayed on "Power Rangers" longer than anyone else on the original cast, appearing in the first six seasons. Schrier played Bulk in two more seasons in 1999 and 2011, with Narvy having guest appearances as Skull in both. Both actors remain friends to this day and have appeared at "Power Rangers" fan conventions, while Schrier has worked as a voice actor and director in animation.
ROBERT L. MANAHAN (Zordon): Manahan became the voice of the Rangers' mentor midway through the first season and remained in the role until Zordon's final appearance on the show in 1998. Manahan died in 2000 of a heart aneurysm, with an episode of "Power Rangers" dedicated to his memory.
RICHARD WOOD (Alpha 5): The voice actor behind Zordon's panicky robot assistant went on to enjoy a long and prosperous career as a voice actor on kids' cartoons, including lead roles in "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy" and "Invader Zim." He also played several monsters du jour on later seasons of "Power Rangers."
BARBARA GOODSON (Rita Repulsa): While "Power Rangers" used footage from the Japanese "Sentai" series for Rita, her voice was dubbed by Goodson, who has over 300 voice acting roles in animated movies, TV series, and video games, including "Kiki's Delivery Service," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," and "Naruto."