Randy Douthit is a legend when it comes to Television Production. He has served as the executive producer and director for many award-winning shows. He has over here decades of experience in production. Randy Douthit was born in 1949 in the United States. Ever since he first saw television in his grandparent’s home, he always wished to be in the television shows and was determined to make the dream a reality.
After High School, he joined Stanford University for his Undergraduate degree and later joined Portland University for his Bachelor’s degree and his master’s in Science and psychology. In 1970, Randy joined King broadcasting, where he worked as a producer for eight years. This was the beginning of his successful career, leading him to be an eminent figure in the television production industry.
At 23, he was already running a Peabody award-winning children’s program called “How Come” at KGW. His dedication and love for his job helped him grow a large audience for the Seattle Today talk show, which was collapsing at the time before he became its producer. This caused him to be recognized as one of the most creative American Producers.
In 1981, Randy Douthit joined CNN, and it was still new at the time. He became the executive producer of the Cable Ace award-winning show “Crossfire.” He also directed the Larry King Live Show and the Capital Gang news panel, where he did an incredible job. He ran the shows for years which increased his popularity.
Among all his successes, Randy Douthit is most proud of directing the Emmy award-winning courtroom series Judge Judy show. The show, which ran for over two decades, involved the famous Judy Sheindlin, a family court judge who is loved for her tough but fair judgment.
Judge Judy aimed to educate the public on dealing with minor real-life disputes, which is why so many people related to it. The show has been successfully on IMDb TV for over two decades. During the pandemic, Randy and Judy Sheidlein started a new courtroom series meant to be a bigger and a better version of Judge Judy. The show will stream live on Amazon‘s free streaming series, which picked 120 episodes of the series.