Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Oliver is a legendary and veteran Power Ranger.
He is portrayed by Jason David Frank.
Tommy was originally once under a spell cast by Rita Repulsa to create her own Power Ranger. He was freed from her spell by the Power Rangers and became an official member. He later assumed other Power Ranger roles, such as the White Power Ranger, Zeo Ranger V - Red, the first Red Turbo Ranger, and others. In 2004, he assumed the role of mentor to the Dino Thunder Rangers, as Zordon once did for him. He also served as their High School Science teacher at the time.
As of 2018, he is the leader of the Historic Rangers. It's revealed in Super Ninja Steel that he has a son named J.J. In the 2020s, his son becomes an officer of SPD, but goes missing while undercover. Tommy morphs one last time to find him.
- The Green Power Ranger
- The White Power Ranger
- Zeo Ranger V - Red
- The Red Turbo Ranger (I)
- The Black Dino Ranger
Legends of the Multi-Universe (Menslady's Story)
Fire Rebellion Storyline
Tommy is first seen watching a news report of the Nightmare Force possessed Agent Nevada using the Dazzlings' former power to a much higher extent. He later returns with all the Legendary Heroes to finish off the remaining Nightmare Forces.
Tommy returns as a main character.
Tommy will appear in Season 11, in 1996, with the rest of the Zeo Rangers.
Allies and enemies
Allies: Zordon, Alpha 5, Dimitria, Alpha 6, All known Power Rangers, Order of the Just, Knights of the Just, Legendary Heroes (Fire Rebellion) (Leader), James "Mustang" McCracken, Derrick "Freeze" McCracken, The Mane Six, The Shadow Five, Knights of the Just, Order of the Just, Knights of the Galaxy
Enemies: Rita Repulsa, Lord Zedd, Divatox, Mesogog, Lothor, The Armada, Nightmare Forces, King Sombra, Sirens, Snide, Sledge, Master Cyclonis, Malcolm Hargrove, Ragyo Kiryuin, Lord Arcanon, Nui Harime, COVERS, Rabia, The Umbrum, Salem, Cinder Fall and her faction, Salen Kotch and the Settlement Defense Front, Vilgax, Jasper, Yellow Diamond and the Homeworld Gems, Clarence Boddicker, Delightful Children From Down The Lane