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Tony Randall
Birthday: February 26, 1920

Birth Place: Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Height: 5' 8"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Tony Randall. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The son of an Oklahoma art dealer, Tony Randall studied drama at Northwestern, then took further acting training at New York City's Neighborhood Playhouse. He also found time to squeeze in modern dance lessons from Martha Graham. Before he was 22, Randall had shared the stage with the likes of Ethel Barrymore and Katherine Cornell. He interrupted his career during the war to serve as a messenger center officer with the Signal Corps. After the war, Randall put in time as a radio actor, notably in the role of Reggie on the adventure serial I Love a Mystery. Randall's encyclopedic knowledge of radio trivia, indeed, of every kind of trivia, was one of the reasons that he was a much sought-after guest on TV game shows. His Broadway starring appearances in the 1950s included the lead in Oh, Captain, a musical version of the Alec Guinness film The Captain's Paradise, and Mencken-like journalist E.K. Hornbeck in Inherit the Wind. He entered films with 1957's Oh, Men, Oh Women, gaining a following as the pessimistic or drunken comic relief in such fluff as Pillow Talk (1959) and Lover Come Back (1961). His starring films include inconsequential farces like Fluffy (1964) and The Brass Bottle (1964); his favorite film assignment was his virtuoso multi-character work in Seven Faces of Dr. Lao (1964), a film he curiously refuses to discuss for interviews. Randall's extensive television work includes the roles of brash high school history teacher Harvey Weskit in Mr. Peepers (1952-1953) and archetypal neatnik Felix Unger in The Odd Couple (1969-1974). His other TV series include The Tony Randall Show (1976), in which he played a judge, and Love, Sidney (1981-1983) which became a cause c

Movie Credits
It's About Time (2005)
Down with Love (2003)
[ Ewan McGregor ][ Frank Sinatra ][ David Hyde Pierce ][ Jude Ciccolella ][ Chris Parnell ]
Freccia azzurra, La (1996)
Fatal Instinct (1993)
[ James Remar ][ Christopher McDonald ][ Armand Assante ][ Carl Reiner ][ Jacob Vargas ]
The Odd Couple: Together Again (1993)
[ Jack Klugman ][ Dick Van Patten ][ Bruce Kirby ]
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
[ Steven Spielberg ][ Christopher Lee ][ Frank Welker ][ John Astin ][ John Glover ]
The Man in the Brown Suit (1989)
[ Edward Woodward ]
It Had to Be You (1989)
[ Joseph Bologna ]
That's Adequate (1989)
[ Ben Stiller ][ Robert Downey Jr. ][ Robert Vaughn ][ Sinbad ][ Peter Riegert ]
Save the Dog! (1988)
[ Tom Poston ]
The Gnomes' Great Adventure (1987)
[ Christopher Plummer ][ Tom Bosley ]
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile: The Musical: The House on East 88th Street (1987)
Sunday Drive (1986)
[ James Avery ]
My Little Pony: The Movie (1986)
[ Danny DeVito ][ Frank Welker ][ Peter Cullen ]
Hitler's S.S.: Portrait in Evil (1985)
[ Bill Nighy ][ David Warner ]
Pigs vs. Freaks (1984)
[ Patrick Swayze ][ Adam Baldwin ][ Grant Goodeve ]
Sidney Shorr: A Girl's Best Friend (1981)
Foolin' Around (1980)
[ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ Gary Busey ][ Edward Albert ][ Eddie Albert ]
The Gong Show Movie (1980)
[ Danny DeVito ][ Phil Hartman ][ Vincent Schiavelli ]
Scavenger Hunt (1979)
[ Arnold Schwarzenegger ][ Vincent Price ][ Dirk Benedict ][ Roddy McDowall ][ Willie Aames ]
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid (1978)
[ Burgess Meredith ][ Harry Morgan ][ Aaron Spelling ][ Harry Carey Jr. ]
The Dog Story (1974)
[ Jack Klugman ]
Password (1972)
[ Jack Klugman ]
Where's Grandpa? (1972)
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
[ Woody Allen ][ Burt Reynolds ][ Gene Wilder ][ Ian Abercrombie ][ Geoffrey Holder ]
What Makes Felix Run (1971)
The Littlest Angel (1969)
[ Fred Gwynne ]
Hello Down There (1969)
[ Richard Dreyfuss ][ Roddy McDowall ][ Ken Berry ]
Our Man in Marrakesh (1966)
[ Klaus Kinski ][ Herbert Lom ]
The Alphabet Murders (1965)
[ Julian Glover ]
Fluffy (1965)
Send Me No Flowers (1964)
[ Rock Hudson ][ Paul Lynde ]
Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964)
[ Frank Sinatra ][ Dean Martin ][ Bing Crosby ][ Sammy Davis Jr. ]
The Brass Bottle (1964)
[ Peter Lupus ]
7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)
Island of Love (1963)
[ Walter Matthau ][ Stacy Keach ]
Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
[ Kirk Douglas ][ George Hamilton ]
Boys' Night Out (1962)
[ James Garner ][ William Bendix ]
Lover Come Back (1961)
[ Rock Hudson ][ Jack Albertson ]
Let's Make Love (1960)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1960)
[ Harry Dean Stanton ][ Buster Keaton ]
So Help Me, Aphrodite (1960)
The Man in the Moon (1960)
Pillow Talk (1959)
[ Rock Hudson ]
Coogan's Reward (1959)
The Mating Game (1959)
No Down Payment (1957)
[ Jeffrey Hunter ][ Pat Hingle ]
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957)
[ Groucho Marx ][ Little Richard ]
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1957)
[ David Niven ]
The Playroom (1957)
Man on a Tiger (1956)
Caribbean Cruise (1955)
How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955)
A Little Something in Reserve (1953)
In Albert's Room (1953)
Mrs. Hargreaves (1952)


  • Attended Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois), where he majored in speech and drama.
  • first child born at 12:00am EST; named Julia Laurette Randall. She was named after his mom Julia and actress Laurette Taylor whom Tony says is "the best actress I've ever seen in my life." [11 April 1997]
  • Is militantly opposed to smoking.
  • Met his wife, Heather, in a play in New York. She was fifty years younger than him.
  • Founder of the National Actors Theatre. N.Y.
  • He was originally cast as the voice of Templeton the Rat in the movie Charlotte's Web (1973) without an audition. When Joseph Barbera realized he wasn't right for the voice they paid him and hired Paul Lynde instead.
  • Got his break on radio as "Reggie" in the long-running "I Love a Mystery" series during the 1940s.
  • Suffered from tinnitus (chronic ringing in the ears), and starred in a Public Service Announcement to encourage diagnosis and treatment for viewers.
  • Second child, Jefferson Salvini Randall, born on June 15, 1998. Named after comic actor Joseph Jefferson and Italian tragic actor Tommasso Salvini.
  • Studied acting at New York City's prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse under the direction of legendary acting coach, Sanford Meisner.
  • The two children of Felix and Gloria Unger in "The Odd Couple" (1970) were named Leonard and Edna - the real-life first names of Tony Randall and his late sister.
  • Has taken ballet classes and can dance at a semi-professional level.
  • Appeared on "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) a record 70 times.
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to television. (1998)
  • The son of an art dealer, he was graduated from Tulsa Central High School.
  • A member of the Metropolitan Opera Association from 1972.
  • National chairman of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, which is an incurable neuromuscular disease.
  • Dropped out of Northwestern University in Illinois majoring in speech and drama in order to study acting with Sanford Meisner and dancer Martha Graham at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York. Later, Tony received a Doctor of Humane Letters degree in 2002 from Pace University.
  • An avid art collector, his father was an art and antiques dealer.
  • Studied voice for 32 years but did not act on it, quipping "I have a nice healthy tone, but it's not terribly musical. If beautiful voices are golden, mine is aluminum."
  • Originated the role of E. K. Hornbeck in the Broadway production of "Inherit the Wind", which ran for 806 performances from Apr 21, 1955 to Jun 22, 1957 at the National Theatre (now the Nederlander Theatre). The role was played by Gene Kelly in the 1960 film Inherit the Wind (1960). In 1996, his National Actors Theater company put on a Broadway revival of "Wind" that ran for 45 appearances in 1996. Randall was a stand-in for both Anthony Heald as Hornbeck and George C. Scott as Henry Drummond, taking over the Drummond role when Scott had to leave the play. Scott was nominated for a 1996 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for the role.
  • Was asked in the 1970s if there had been anyone in his career whom he had really disliked. After saying he hated to criticize the dead, he revealed that he had an animosity against the late Ethel Barrymore. As a young actor, he had appeared in a play with her, and he was offended by her imperial manners, which included not making any noise in the vicinity of her dressing room.
  • Was nominated for Broadway's Tony Award five times: as Best Acrtor (Musical), in 1958 for "Oh, Captain!;" and, later, as co-producer with his National Actors Theatre of four nominated plays: as Best Revival, in 1993 for "St. Joan," and as Best Revival (Play) in 1994 for "Timon of Athens," in 1996 for "Inherit the Wind" and in 1997 for "The Gin Game."

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