Randy Stuart, born as Elizabeth Shaubell, was an American actress whose longest running role was as Louise Baker, the wife of the Cold War spy in the 26-episode adventure television series, Biff Baker, U.S.A., which aired on CBS, with Alan Hale, Jr., as the title character. In 1949, she had appeared as Lieutenant Eloise Billings in the film I Was a Male War Bride, with Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan.
Stuart's parents were itinerant musicians in the American South and the Middle West. She was born in Iola in Allen County in southeastern Kansas, and made her stage debut at the age of three. The Shaubells relocated to California, where Stuart attended college. A screen test in the play The Women led to Stuart being placed under contract at 20th Century Fox. Her film debut was uncredited in the 1947 picture, The Foxes of Harrow.
In 1950 and in 1957, Stuart appeared, respectively, in the films All About Eve as a telephone friend of Eve, starring Anne Baxter, and The Incredible Shrinking Man as Louise Carey, the wife of Scott Carey, played by Grant Williams. In 1958, she was cast as Nancy Dawson in the western film, Man from God's Country, starring George Montgomery. She also guest-starred about that time in Montgomery's short-lived television western television series, Cimarron City.