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Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The 67th Annual Academy Awards
(1995)
Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Art Department
(1984)
One Night Stand
One Night Stand Art Department
(1989-1991)

Filmography

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 1998 The Method: Pilates All in One Workout (Video) (assistant art director - as Randy Blom)
 1989-1991 One Night Stand (TV Series documentary) (assistant art director - 2 episodes)
- Bill Hicks (1991) ... (assistant art director - as Randy Blom)
- Judy Tenuta (1989) ... (assistant art director)
 1986 The 13th Annual American Music Awards (TV Special) (assistant art director)
 1984 Santa Barbara (TV Series) (assistant art director - 15 episodes)
- Episode #1.83 (1984) ... (assistant art director)
- Episode #1.77 (1984) ... (assistant art director)
- Episode #1.76 (1984) ... (assistant art director)
- Episode #1.75 (1984) ... (assistant art director)
- Episode #1.69 (1984) ... (assistant art director)
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 1995 The 67th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special)
 1986 The 40th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) (as Randy Blom)
 1986 The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) (as Randy Blom)
 1986 NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (TV Special documentary) (as Randy Blom)
 1985 The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) (as Randy Blom)
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