Randy Wayne Movies and Career Information
Aug 07, 1981
Randy Wayne (born August 7, 1981) is an American actor. Wayne was born and raised in Moore, Oklahoma. 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. Wayne 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. Wayne has recently starred in Frat Party, Cougar Hunting, The Last Hurrah, and Ghost Town (a 2009 Syfy Channel horror film, not to be confused with the 2008 Ricky Gervaise film of the same name). Randy 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, set for release in 2010. Wayne is a Christian, as stated in an interview for the aforementioned film To Save a Life.