Randy Wayne stars in "True Blood" on HBO in the recurring role of Matt.

Born and raised in Moore, Oklahoma, Randy Wayne got his big break when he landed the lead role of Luke Duke in ABC Family's TV movie "Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning." He went on to be a series regular on the ABC sitcom "Sons & Daughters," where he played Jeff Fenton, the oldest sibling in a dysfunctional family. He also starred in a Crackle web series, "Hot Hot Los Angeles," and a couple of television movies: Showtime's "Foreign Exchange" and Syfy's "Ghost Town." In addition, he has made guest appearances on ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," FX's "Lights Out," CBS's "Numb3rs," TNT's "The Closer," and CBS"s "NCIS," among others. Randy has also appeared in numerous independent films, including "To Save A Life," "The Haunting of Molly Hartley," "Grizzly Park," and "Dream Boy."

Being a business man at heart, Randy decided to try his hand at producing. It didn't take long for him and a few others to launch StoneBrook Entertainment, which now has five films in different stages of production.

Randy is also an accomplished athlete in many sports, including baseball and swimming. He attended Campbellsville University on a cross country and swimming scholarship. After a year of college he was ready for a change of pace and headed to Orange County, California. His mother encouraged him to study acting and after taking classes he decided to move to Los Angeles to begin his journey. True to his Oklahoma roots, he is still and will always be a University of Oklahoma football fan. His love of sports and the outdoors rivals only his passion for acting.


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Age: 36 years old
Birthday: August 7, 1981
Height: 5' 10 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Randy Wayne Frederick
Birthplace: Moore, OK
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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