Producer and Film Maker, Randy Douthit
Randy Douthit is an award-winning filmmaker who has created over 30 feature films and 30 television movies, and many shorts. He has been a part of the filmmaking community since high school, when he directed his first film, The Squire of Torrey. After entering college at the University of Utah, Randy began working on student films and eventually made it into the film industry by directing several music videos for artists like Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Jr., and Merle Haggard. Randy worked on projects like The Treasure of Ruby Hills with Gene Autry Productions before moving to Los Angeles, where he wrote scripts for Disney and worked on shows like Who’s The Boss?
He is an Executive Producer
He was an executive producer on shows such as In the House with LL Cool J and ‘American Family.’ He has also directed episodes of Law & Order, ‘Third Watch,’ Living Single, and others. His latest project is an animated web series called Judy Justice, which tells the story of a Black female detective who solves cases in her community.
He directed Law & Order, Third Watch, and Living Single episodes
He has worked on numerous television shows, including American Family (ABC) – He served as an executive producer on this series that starred Richard Thomas and Sally Field. It was nominated for Best Drama Series at the Golden Globes Awards in 1998 and 1999. In The House (Fox) – This series stars Fred Willard as well as Jamie Luner, who played his wife Debbie in this sitcom about an African-American family living in San Antonio, Texas, during the 1950s through 1990s era when law enforcement officers still enforced segregation throughout America’s southern states.
His Latest Project, Judy Justice
The show was created by Daryl Chill Mitchell, who also acts as its executive producer. She is just such a beautiful character. He sees Judy as a new kind of hero for our kids. The show is set in Detroit and stars actress Erykah Badu as the titular character. Other notable actors include David Alan Grier (The Carmichael Show) and Gary Anthony Williams (The Boondocks).