Ron Wasserman Birthday & Fun Facts

Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & More

Jaba Sharma
Feb 08, 2024 By Jaba Sharma
Originally Published on Feb 08, 2023
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Ron Wasserman is a famous American musician.
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About Ron Wasserman

Ron Wassermanis an American musician.

Also known as Aaron Waters and The Mighty RAW, Ron Wasserman recorded many original songs for the 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers' franchise in addition to writing the show's original theme song. He also performs with the band Fisher.

With Pink Floyd producer Bob Ezrin, Ron Wasserman started working on a number of video game projects and made contributions to DIC Entertainment. Fisher provided a song for the 1998 film Great Expectations. After the band posted songs from a recent album to mp3 websites, they eventually generated 18,000 downloads, with the song 'I Will Love You' getting the most attention.

Ron Wasserman Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Ron Wasserman’s net worth?

The approximate net worth of Ron Wasserman is $1.5 million.

How much does Ron Wasserman earn per year?

The annual income of Ron Wasserman is not available.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Ron Wasserman ?

Ron Wasserman stands at a height of 6 ft 1 in (185 cm).

How old is Ron Wasserman ?

Born on September 2, 1961, Ron Wasserman is 61 years old as of 2022.

Childhood And Education

Ron Wasserman was born in Encino, Los Angeles, California, United States. At a young age, Ron Wasserman was adopted by parents of Russian-Jewish descent. His sister was also adopted. Because of his blonde hair as a child and the red hair of his parents and sister, he was frequently thought to be from a different family. At the age of three, Ron Wasserman developed his interest in music. He used to sit on his parent's lap and play an old piano that they had bought for him. He took some classes, and at the age of five, a children's magazine published his first piece of work.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Ron Wasserman ’s partner?

Ron Wasserman is married to Kathleen Fisher. They have a son named Aaron Wasserman.

Career And Professional Highlights

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Hollywood heavyweights Betty Boop and the Beat, founded by SAG actress Lucrecia Sarita Russo, were among Ron Wasserman's early musical groups. The group opened for Felony/Scotti Brothers records at the Florentine Gardens in 1983 (with Wasserman on keyboards). Jeff Spry, Lucrecia's then-husband, who was enjoying chart success with the KROQ-FM hit single 'The Fanatic', served as the frontman for the band Felony.

With actress E.G. Daily, Ron Wasserman formed a rock band in the middle of the '80s. Soon after the band split up in 1989, he began working for Saban Entertainment.

Ron Wasserman served as a stand-in for Saban Entertainment for six and a half years. Early in the ’80s, Wasserman and Ron Kenan - who had previously served as vice president of Saban Entertainment/Music Production - met and began playing in the well-known new wave pop group Betty Boop and the Beat.

Before creating some of his most well-known work, which was for the program Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Wasserman created scores and co-wrote themes for a number of Saban's smaller series and the animated X-Men series. The first episode of the show was shown to him one day, and he was instructed to use the word 'Go' and finish it by the following day. The song that emerged after two and a half hours was 'Go Go Power Rangers', which served as the show's theme song.

The Power Rangers in Space theme and music were performed by Ron Wasserman, with Mike Kerr serving as the guitarist. His work on many other projects followed his success with the Power Rangers soundtrack. Around this time, he contributed music to the series Sweet Valley High and VR Troopers. Additionally, he was tapped to write the music for the first 'Dragon Ball Z' English dub from FUNimation, which Saban also co-managed. In 1996, Wasserman quit his job at Saban, citing exhaustion.

Together with his then-girlfriend Kathy Fisher, whom he later married, Wasserman formed a band after leaving Saban. The band Fisher has experienced continuous success ever since winning the award for the song that was downloaded the most over the Internet in 2000.

In 2005, Ron Wasserman resumed his solo career and even made a comeback to the Power Rangers franchise, writing the theme song for the thirteenth season of the show, Power Rangers: S.P.D. When the public learned of his involvement, demos of the theme were leaked, upsetting Disney executives.

Following his contact with Wasserman, according to Linkara in his 'History Of Power Rangers' show, Wasserman also submitted two demos for Power Rangers: Mystic Force: a rock theme and a rap theme. The producers at Disney initially approved of the rock theme, but later got in touch with him and said they were looking for something more of a rap genre, prompting him to create and submit a rap theme to them, which they later rejected.

Ron Wasserman remains involved in television and commercial projects, including work on 'America's Next Top Model'.

In 2010, Ron Wasserman collaborated with Ozone Entertainment to release two original songs as downloadable music on the Rock Band Network.

Ron Wasserman announced on both RangerBoard and RangerCrew on August 28, 2012, that he would be re-cutting the original Power Rangers songs to give them a new sound and record them using modern technology. Wasserman published a few raw/unmixed sample clips while the tracks were being recorded.

What awards has Ron Wasserman won?

In 2014, Ron Wasserman won the ASCAP Award for Top TV Series, 'Hot In Cleaveland (2010)', and Top Television Series for 'SpongeBob SquarePants (1999)'.

Other Interesting Ron Wasserman Facts And Trivia

  • Since the early '90s, Ron Wasserman has been composing music for television.
  • The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the Album: A Rock Adventure, a well-liked concept album that connected Ron Wasserman's music to a variation on the first episodes of season two of the television series, eventually featured some of his most well-known songs and scores.
  • The music for the first English dub of 'Dragon Ball Z: The Tree Of Might' was composed by Ron Wasserman.

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Ron Wasserman Birthday & Fun Facts Facts

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Ronald Aaron Wasserman

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185 cm

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James Monroe High School

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