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Jason Faunt

Jason Patrick Faunt (born November 20, 1974 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor who played the role of Wesley Collins in Power Rangers Time Force, as well as that of Alex, the former Red Time Force Ranger.

Faunt grew up in the Chicago suburb of McHenry, Illinois. He attended McHenry High School East Campus. Due to his athletic prowess in high school, he used a partial baseball scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina, where he earned a businss degree. [1] He originally was going to become a Major League Baseball player after graduating, but moved to Los Angeles instead to pursue an acting career.

Faunt has two children with his wife Stephanie.

In 2017, he is set to act in the upcoming film The Order along other former Power Rangers actors.

Be sure to follow him on social media Facebook, Twitter, Instagramm and his website

Justin Nimmo

Justin Tait Nimmo was born on September 5, 1974 in Lexington, Oklahoma, USA. He is an actor, known for Pleasantville (1998), Power Rangers in Space (1998) and American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life (2003). He has been married to Michelle McCaskill since May 22, 1999. They have two children.

Gary Chalk

Garry Chalk was born on February 17, 1952 in Southampton, England. He is an actor, known for Watchmen (2009), Godzilla (2014) and is also known for his voice as Optimus Prime and other cartoons. He has been married to Colleen Nystedt since August 2013.

Timothy "Ninjaink" Lim

The art of Timothy "Ninjaink" Lim has been featured on comics, posters, prints, and t-shirts on an international level. This includes IDW's "Ghostbusters," "Back to the Future," "Street Fighter X GI Joe," "Transformers: Lost Light," "Optimus Prime," and "TMNT Universe" books, as well as well as Dynamite's "James Bond: VARGR." Through We Love Fine, he has worked for over four years doing licensed merchandise art for Marvel, Lucasfilm, Hasbro, and Valve. His work has also appeared in the Calvin & Hobbes documentary "Dear Mr. Watterson," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," Udon's "Tribute" series art books, MTV's Splash Blog, Super Punch, Comics Alliance, Fashionably Geek, TeeFury, and RIPT Apparel. He has also done commissioned, personalized convention work for Stan Lee, Claudia Wells, Dan Gilvezan, and Peter Cullen.

Paul AKA Optibotimus

 After being a Transformers fan for his entire life, Paul renewed his passion for Transformers in 2007 after the release of Michael Bay’s live-action movie. After buying the Voyage Class Ironhide figure (his first Transformers purchase since childhood), he realized that they had become a lot more difficult to transform than he previously remembered. Seeking help, Paul went to YouTube to look up instructions on how to transform Ironhide from his packaged vehicle mode, into the robot form.

Finding a couple videos on YouTube, mostly from MatrixPrime, Paul was finally able to transform Ironhide. However, after a while, he realized he had no idea how to transform him back into the vehicle form. At that time, no one created videos on that part the toy transformation. It was at that time when Paul realized, "Hey, I can do this sort of thing." So in preparation for his own video reviews, he had to think of a YouTube name. He eventually decided on “Optibotimus”--a hybrid of the name "Optimus" from Optimus Prime with the word "bot" thrown in the middle. So on Oct 18, 2007, Optibotimus went live on YouTube.

Currently, Paul lives in the Southern California area with his wife and four feline children, known as the "Optibotipets."
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