About

David J. Fielding is a writer and an actor. He originated the role of Zordon on the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers television series, and also provided voice talent for video games such as Empire Earth, Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna, ZeusPoseidon, and Anvil of Dawn. His published works have appeared in Nevermet Press; Rebel ePublishers LLC, Source Point Press, the recently released Capes and Clockwork Anthology from Dark Oak Press and the upcoming Something Strange is Going On anthology from Flinch! Books. His novella Buddy Holly and the Cold, Cold Ground will be published by Cool Beans in October 2014.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi David,

    Thank you for taking the time to read this. I wanted to let you know how much I loved you as Zordon. You had the perfect voice and was a great mentor to the MMPR and even the viewers. MMPR was my favorite show when I was young. Last year, I went and rewatched the season and still loved it. I’m 28 and have a keychain on my car keys of the Rangers.

    This year I’m hoping to collect some autographs for myself. I was able to get JDF’s and I would be honored if I could have yours. If that is possible, here is my address. If not, please enjoy this letter.

    Michelle Diaz
    100 Aspen Drive
    Schaumburg, IL 60194

    Thank you!

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  2. Mr. Fielding,

    I am an avid fan of your work in Power Rangers and they will always be a staple of my life. I would like for you to check out my friend out, Quentin Fielding(@QuentinFielding), he has his own website, he is a pretty good when it comes to acting, and can sing as well, and it would mean the world for him to work with such a legend. Also @ryankleindienst, quite a star and talent in my mind too.

    – Joseph

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