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Randy Morgan (II)

Randy Morgan is known for his work on The Kung Fu Mummy (2005), Your Number's Up (2011) and Jack Me (2008). See full bio »
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Known For

The Kung Fu Mummy
Your Number's Up
Your Number's Up Producer
Jack Me
Jack Me Producer
Godzilla Special Effects


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 2005 The 40-Year-Old Virgin (key scenic artist - uncredited)
 2004 American Idol (TV Series) (scenic artist - 2 episodes)
- Finally! Finalists! (2004) ... (scenic artist)
- Uncut, Uncensored and Untalented (2004) ... (scenic artist)
 2003 Bad Santa (lead scenic - uncredited)
 1999 BET Live from LA (TV Series) (assistant art director - 1999)
 1997 Meet Wally Sparks (scenic artist - uncredited)
 1995 Cyber-Tracker 2 (Video) (key scenic artist)
 1995 Rage (lead scenic)
 1995 Last Man Standing (Video) (key scenic artist)
 1995 Separate Lives (scenic artist)
 1995 The Power Within (Video) (lead scenic)
 1995 Michael Jackson's Scream: HIStory in the Making - An MTV News Special (TV Short documentary) (scenic artist)
 1994 Cabin Boy (scenic artist - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Collaborated a conceptual music video with Saul Williams. (2008) See more »

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Personal Quote:

I made my first feature for five-hundred bucks, most of which was spent on cheap beer for the cast and crew. Next thing I know, The Kung Fu Mummy's on Netflix. Go figure.


As a child Randy's father dressed him in a custom fabricated Elvis outfit (sewn by his aunt) and forced him to perform shows for all of his drinking buddies. In spite of this act of humiliation, Randy remains a huge Elvis fan to this day. See more »


Always incorporates a corndog in his movies

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