This article is about a/an actress in Power Rangers Turbo, the third season in the Zordon Era , and Power Rangers in Space.

Patricia Ja Lee (born July 19, 1975) is a Korean-American actress, voice actress, motion capture actress and model who played Cassie Chan in Power Rangers Turbo (1997) and Power Rangers In Space (1998).



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  • Has been in Oscar Mayer, Enterprise and Wells Fargo commercials.
  • Her ethnic heritage is Korean-American.
  • She speaks some Korean and Spanish.
  • She has a BA in psychology and is currently working on her PhD in psychology.
  • According to the MK Cast site ( http://www.freewebs.com/jigoku-neko/mkcast.htm ) She plays the Mortal Kombat Character Li Mei.
  • She portrays Haruhi Suzumiya in the live-action shorts "Adventures of the ASOS Brigade".
  • According to Tracy Lynn Cruz, there was another Asian actress cast as Cassie before Patricia. The unknown actress was there for about a week for conditioning right before filming and during that time something must've happened so they decided to replace her.
  • When Valerie Vernon was going to be replaced, the producers offered Patricia Ja Lee, the opportunity to reprise her character from Power Rangers Turbo (1997) and Power Rangers in Space (1998). She was willing to reprise her role, but they couldn't agree on the contract. In the end, Melody Perkins was able to take her place.

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