Randy Wayne

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Randy Wayne
Randy Wayne.jpg
Randy Wayne, photo by Kal Yee
Born Randy Wayne Frederick
(1981-08-07) August 7, 1981 (age 33)
Moore, Oklahoma, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2002–present

Randy Wayne Frederick (born August 7, 1981) is an American actor.


Born Randy Wayne Frederick, Randy Wayne was born and raised in Moore, Oklahoma. He attended Moore High School and Campbellsville University.[1][2]

He appeared on the 2002 season of the British reality show Shipwrecked, which led to guest appearances on the television shows The Closer, Huff, NCIS, Jack & Bobby, and Numb3rs as well as a series regular role as the not-so-bright teenager Jeff Fenton on the 2006 ABC sitcom Sons & Daughters. He is most famous for his portrayal of Luke Duke in the movie The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning. Since then he has starred in numerous independent features including Dream Boy, Grizzly Park, and Foreign Exchange. He also portrayed Michael in The Haunting of Molly Hartley, The Last Hurrah, and Ghost Town (a 2009 Syfy Channel horror film, not to be confused with the 2008 Ricky Gervais film of the same name). He starred in the lead role of Jake Taylor in To Save a Life, which was released to theaters on January 22, 2010.

He recently starred opposite Matthew Modine in the 20th Century Fox movie, The Trial, released in 2010. His latest appearance was on Talent, a web series from the producers of Pretty Little Liars, as Gabe on www.thetalentshow.com. He also guest starred on The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Frank for four episodes. He recently appeared on The Lying Game as Justin Miller, a boy that Laurel was seriously dating but broke up with due to the fact that he was using Laurel to get revenge on her father, Ted, a surgeon who operated on his mother that died on the operating table. He is now starring in the 2011 movie Honey 2 co-starring Katerina Graham. In 2011 he played a side character named 'Matt' in HBO's True Blood for two episodes.


List of television and films credits
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Shipwrecked Captain Butt Cheeks Season 3; TV series
2005 Wrigleyville Wesley Parr TV series
2005 Jack & Bobby Frank "Friends with Benefits"
2005 Living with Fran "Carriage Ride"
2005 The Closer Corey Horowitz "Fantasy Date"
2005 Scar Tom Film debut
2005 NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service Grant Bridges "Frame Up"
2006 The Surfer King Robbie Zirpollo
2006 Reunion Jake
2006 Huff Waiter "Maps Don't Talk"
2006–2007 Sons & Daughters Jeff Fenton Main Cast; TV series
2007 The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning Luke Duke Television film
2007 Terror Toons 2 Mark Direct-to-video film
2007 The Fun Park Justin Direct-to-video film
2008 Grizzly Park Michael "Scab" White
2008 Dream Boy Burke
2008 The Shadow of the Night Vampire Short
2008 Hot Hot Los Angeles Victor Papsworth Main Role; TV series
2008 The 13th Alley Matt
2008 Foreign Exchange Jay Noble
2008 The Haunting of Molly Hartley Michael
2008–2009 My Long Distance Relationship Cody Main Cast; TV series
2009 Why Am I Doing This? Aaron
2009 The Last Hurrah Dogbowl
2009 Numb3rs Grant "Where Credit's Due"
2009 Ghost Town Carl Television film
2009 To Save a Life Jacob "Jake" Taylor Nominated - Grace Award for Most Inspiring Movie Acting
2009 Frat Party Duffy
2010 Lights Out Noah
2010 Vanguard Lars Seiber
2010 The Trial Pete Thomason
2011 Cougar Hunting Dick Richards
2011 Talent: The Casting Call Gabe Main Cast; TV series
2011 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Frank Recurring (4 episodes); TV series
2011 Honey 2 Brandon
2011 True Blood Matt "You Smell Like Dinner", "She's Not There"
2011 Hot in Cleveland Mark "Love Is Blind"
2011–present The Lying Game Justin Miller Recurring (15 episodes); TV series
2012 Liars All Jack
2012 Hardflip Caleb
2012 April Apocalypse Brady Post-production
2012 Heart of the Country Luke[3] Post-production
2012 Dark Star Hollow Diver Zach Filming
2012 Hold Your Breath Johnny Main Role
2014 Mantervention Kip Released
2014 Android Cop 'Andy' (The Android Cop)


  1. ^ "Randy Wayne". Uplifting Entertainment. Retrieved October 27, 2013. 
  2. ^ Fasehum, Sola (December 13, 2011). "Randy Wayne: Dancing to the Beat of His Own Drum". Campus Circle. Retrieved October 27, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Heart of the Country | Book and Movie Coming Soon! | Heart of the Country". Heartofthecountrymovie.com. 2012-04-10. Retrieved 2012-09-24. 

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