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Randall Franks

Actor/entertainer Randall Franks is best known as "Officer Randy Goode" from TV's "In the Heat of the Night," a role he performed on NBC and CBS from 1988-1993. He appeared for five years on NBC and CBS and now on WGN America and is seen in 150 countries around the world. The Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame member is designated the "Appalachian... See full bio »

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 2014/III Broken
Marv Headly
 2013 The Solomon Bunch (Video)
Edgar Albert
 2012 Lukewarm
Pastor John Keebley
 2012 Decision
Principal Foster
 2012 Lawless
Cornshuckers String Band Leader (uncredited)
 2009/I Vent (Short)
Barry Mcdaniels
 2009 Musical Theater of Hope (TV Movie)
Attorney Alvin Potter
 2002 Nowhere Road
 2001 The Flamingo Rising (TV Movie)
Officer Randy Kraft
 1999 Blue Valley Songbird (TV Movie)
Fiddler #2
 1989 No Holds Barred
Wealthy Wrestling Enthusiast (uncredited)
 1989 Desperate for Love (TV Movie)
High school chorus singer (uncredited)
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Randall appeared as Randy Bob in Always Patsy Cline for Always Patsy Cline for director Sam Baltzer at the Rome Civic Center in Rome, Ga. See more »

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254 Interviews | 215 Articles | 1 Pictorial | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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Randall Franks was honored in 2010 by the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Ky. as a Bluegrass Legend for his contributions to the work of Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys and 33 other Bluegrass Hall of Fame members. See more »

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