Karan has appeared in theater productions of the following: Little Shop of Horrors, Grease, The Boulevard, Unto Thee, and Any City Blues.
Karan's strength as a hip-hop dancer helped her land her role on Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
On of the songs Karan recorded with Krush, "Let's Get Together," was featured in the movie Mo Money.
Karan formed Gag Order Films with Ron Day and Tim Grace.
Karan was director and executive producer of the independent film Devon's Ghost: The Curse of Bloody Boy.
Karan's Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers character was the first African-American Yellow Ranger.
Karan is 5'1" (1.55 m) tall.
Karan's exit from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers took place sooner than she expected and as a result she wasn't able to bid the crew farewell.
Karan left Mighty Morphin Power Rangers because of the demanding hours.
Karan remains good friends with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers co-star Johnny Yong Bosch.
Karan attended David W. Carter High School in Dallas, TX.
Karan does gymnastics, but does not consider herself a serious gymnast.
Karan has an extensive background in dancing.
Karan is a huge Dallas Cowboys fan.
Karan was a member of the girl group Krush in the 90s.
Karan: (on what she sees in a script) The basics…what and why is something happening…strong character development…such as a character's past, why is the character acting a certain way and how did they get into their current situation…the script should also have good twists and turns…even in a comedy, it should be some surprises that are not easy to predict.