Following in her father’s footsteps, fifteen-year-old Jenna Rae Frank, is fighting her way into Hollywood by taking an active stand against today’s digitized form of bullying.

She is the daughter to Power Rangers alumni, Jason David Frank, who is best known for his role as ‘Tommy,’ the Green/White Ranger in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers franchise.

I had the pleasure of speaking with both Jenna and her father about their fight against bullies. They were extremely interested in joining the #CYBERBYTE movement. They are the latest Power Ranger stars to join the movement, following Austin St. John (MMPR’s Red Ranger), and Mike O’Laskey (MMPR’s young Rocky, Red Ranger).

You can see their message to fans below:

Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, Jason David Frank and daughter, Jenna Rae Frank, joined the #CYBERBYTE Movement.

At this year’s San Diego Comic Con (SDCC 2019), fans were extremely excited to see both Jason and Jenna, lining up to have their gear-signed and meeting the Ranger stars.

Jenna Rae Frank (15) meets with her fans at SDCC 2019 | Source: Jason David Frank via Instagram

Much of the excitement is attributed to both Jenna and her father’s recent announcement of their large Kickstarter project to help fund their newest movie, The Legend of the White Dragon, a Power Rangers-styled movie. The four-minute trailer debuted just a few days before San Diego’s Comic Con 2019 (SDCC).

Both Jason and Jenna are seeking to raise $500,000 for the planned movie, which will unite several other fan-favorite franchise stars, such as Jason Faunt (Power Rangers Time Force), Johnny Yong Bosch (MMPR), Ciara Hanna (Power Rangers Megaforce), Chrysti Ane (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), and Yoshi Sudarso (Power Rangers Dino Charge).

Currently, Kickstarter has raised more than $120,000 towards the project.