Mark Wright Cast as “General” in Beast Morphers

Source: KRActors

Mark Wright, of the acting agency Kathryn Rawlings & Associates (also known as KRActors), has a long history with the Power Rangers franchise – mostly voice over work. He first lent his talents, both on screen and off to Power Rangers Ninja Storm, before continuing his work with the franchise. (IMDB)

Most recently, he’s been cast in the role of “General” for Power Rangers Beast Morphers – actor Thomas Fink-Jensen, who has the role of “Aide to the General“, has recently been cast in the series and looks like he’ll be working alongside Wright in their appearance in the show.

There’s not telling at this moment whether or not these roles are for one episode, recurring, or another supporting aspect of the series. With the 26th season of the series being described as taking place in the future with a secret agency, the role of a general fits right in to this new world.

Update 4/6/19: It has been revealed in episode five, “Taking Care of Business”, that he is in fact “General Burke”, Betty and Ben’s father.

Image Source: Power Rangers Official Youtube

The Power Rangers are going full on “beast mode” with its 26th season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers, which releases on Nickelodeon in 2019. Featuring an all-new cast of heroes and villains, Power Rangers Beast Morphers will expand the Power Rangers universe with tactical leather suits, ‘Beast Bot’ sidekicks and elevated battle footage.

Set in the future, a secret agency combines a newly discovered substance called “Morph–X” with animal DNA to create the Power Rangers Beast Morphers team. The Rangers must fight off an evil sentient computer virus bent on taking over the source of all Ranger power, the Morphin Grid itself.

Power Rangers Beast Morphers is set to air on Saturdays at 12pm ET on Nickelodeon in early 2019.

Check out the full list of those appearing in Power Rangers Beast Morphers here.

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