Full Name: Kimberly Hart
Ranger Designation: Pink Power Ranger, Pink Ninja Ranger
Weapons: Power Bow, Blade Blaster
Gear: Wrist Communicator, Power Morpher with Power Coin, Pink Shark Cycle
Zords: Pterodactyl Dinozord, Firebird Thunderzord, Crane Ninja Zord, White Shogun Zord (shared with White Ranger)
Kimberly was one of the five Rangers originally chosen by Zordon to protect the Earth against Rita Repulsa. She was given the Pterodactyl Power Coin and ability to morph into the Pink Ranger. Once ditzy and materialistic, Kimberly has evolved into a strong, confident, and caring person. A kind and compassionate soul, Kim cares a great deal about her friends, and will not take kindly to anyone messing with them. Kimberly left the Power Rangers to pursue a life as a gymnast by training with Gunthar Schmidt in Florida to compete in the Pan Global Games. To Kimberly went the Pterodactyl Power Coin, giving her the power of the Pterodactyl, and control of the Pterodactyl Dinozord. When Kim lost her powers after Rito Revolto's attack on Angel Grove, she gained new powers with the Crane Power Coin given to her by Ninjor on the Rangers' journey to the Temple of Power. Pink Ranger's power weapon is the Power Bow, which can shoot either normal or energized arrows. Her weapon combined with the others to form the Power Blaster. As Pink Ranger, Kim gained enhanced strength, speed, and durability as well as limited energy projection.
When Rita Repulsa's brother, Rito Revolto, came to Earth, he succeeded in destroying the Thunderzords and the Rangers' powers. The six teens had to travel to the Temple of Power, where the legendary warrior Ninjor gave them all the power of Ninja. Using this power, they could all transform into the Ninja Rangers, then morph into Power Rangers and take command of the Ninja Zords. The Pink Ninja Ranger has heightened strength, speed, and durability. She also has the powers of ground swimming, line of sight teleportation, phasing, multiplication, energy projection, hypnotic persuasion, and many other "ninja magic" powers. Presumably, all Ninja Rangers have the same powers, although not each one has demonstrated all of them.
Amy Jo Johnson
5' 2" (1.57 m)
Amy Jo Johnson grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. As a child she competed as a gymnast, learning skills that would later be of great use to her in her breakthrough role as Kimberly Hart the Pink Ranger on "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" (1993). She gave up competing when she was 17, and concentrated more on her acting interests, appearing in various community theatre projects. Once she graduated from high school she went to New York to study at the American Musical Dramatic Academy. After two years there she moved to California where she landed the aforementioned part as the Pink Ranger also in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995). After her stint there she went back to the theatre as well as doing several television movies. Amy's own talents as a musician have come into play in her role as Julie Emrick on "Felicity" (1998). When not working on the show Amy appears with her band Valhalla, where she is the lead singer as well as a guitarist. Amy also paints, primarily with oil and acrylics, and is devoted to her pit bull, Lucy.
August 19, 1998 - her mother died of uterine cancer, with which she had struggled for ten months. In January 1998, she won the role of Julie Emrick on "Felicity" (1998) but considered turning it down to be with her mother, during her last days.
Hobbies: Lead Singer/Guitarist for band Valhalla.
Attended Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, So. Yarmouth, Massachusetts.
Now in a band named "Amy Jo Johnson" which released a CD in 2001.
Chipped the bone in one of her elbows in Gymnastics.
Wrote story 'Memories of My Mother' in the book 'Chicken Soup for the Teeange Soul on Tough Stuff'
She cites the main reason for depature from Felicity in 2000 was that she needed to grieve for her mother. Her mother had died two years previously and she felt that being on such a prominent show hadn't given her the time or space to do so.
Bears a strong resemblance to Jennifer Garner.
Enjoys music, painting, and writing
Favorite musicians: Grateful Dead, Natalie Merchant, Sarah McLachlan, James Taylor, The Beatles, The Allman Brothers, Jewel
Loves Grateful Dead, along with many other classic rock bands.
Plays the guitar and piano
"My mom taught me to go after my dreams. I have this faith in myself that I must have gotten from her. I believe I can do anything. If I decide I want to be a doctor tomorrow, I'm going to be a doctor." Amy Jo Johnson, discussing memories of her mother; Teen People, December 1999
Where are they now
(May 2002) Starring in 'Love, Janis' at the Village Theater, NYC