I was today years old when I learned that one of my first childhood crushes is actually from Montana. She may not be an A-list celebrity. But, if you told 15-year-old "ME" that my favorite Power Ranger grew up here in Montana, I would have been searching the skies for her private jet to fly over.

I am sure that this fact has been known for quite some time by many Power Rangers fans. It has also been known for years by just about anyone who has attended MisCon or other comic conventions around Montana.

Alison MacInnis is the actress who played the Pink Power Ranger, in the series "Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue."

According to Wikipedia

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue is a television series and the eighth season of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the 23rd Super Sentai series Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive (1999). A government organization called Lightspeed, headed by Captain William Mitchell, recruits four civilians and his own daughter to defend the city as a new team of Power Rangers after Lightspeed successfully channels the source of their powers, the Morphin Grid. Dana Mitchell, the Captain's daughter, who agreed to become the Pink Lightspeed Ranger, was a paramedic and practiced medical arts.


Now, I have done some research in trying to find where Alison is from here in Montana. All that I have found is that she is originally from Montana and was born in 1980.

Power Rangers Official/YouTube
Power Rangers Official/YouTube

Alison has been in other projects as well. Including a role alongside Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman in "Bewitched."

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