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'Power Rangers' Actor Pua Magasiva Passes Away

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'Power Rangers' Actor Pua Magasiva Passes Away

'Power Rangers' Actor Pua Magasiva Passes Away

Actor Pua Magasiva has died at the age of 38.

The native Samoan was most well-known for his role as the Red Ranger in the 2003 television show "Power Rangers Ninja Storm." According to Business Insider, Magasiva also starred in more than 450 episodes of the hit New Zealand soap opera "Shortland Street." The cause of Magasiva's death has not been released.

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