|Born||Chad Thomas Power
January 30, 1984
Ventura County, California, U.S.A.
|Years active||1992 - 1995|
Chad Thomas Power (born January 30, 1984 in Ventura County, California) is a martial arts black belt, who starred in 3 Ninjas and 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up as the character named Michael Douglas, later nicknamed Tum-Tum by his grandfather Mori Tanaka. He was the youngest child of the Douglas family in the movies. He started martial arts at a very young age and this is why he was chosen to play in the 3 Ninjas movies. Chad played football for California Lutheran University and coaches the Camarillo High School football team.
He has a younger brother Troy who previously played ice hockey for the Tri-City Storm and now plays for the Omaha Lancers. Chad also has a younger sister named Amanda.
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