Randy Boone

Actor + Singer
Born Jan 17, 1942

Clyde Wilson Randall "Randy" Boone, Jr. is a former American actor and country singer.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Randy Boone.


1942 Birth Born on January 17, 1942.


1960 18 Years Old Randy Boone graduated from Fayetteville Senior High School where he played football as the punter. In 1960, Boone entered North Carolina State University at Raleigh but dropped out to tour the country and play his guitar, spending a lot of time in his early adulthood in coffeehouses.


1962 20 Years Old At twenty, Boone co-starred in his first acting role as Vern Hodges in the 1962–1963 NBC comedy-drama It's a Man's World, based on the activities of four young men living on a houseboat on the Ohio River. … Read More
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Boone also appeared as Private Michael McCluskey in "The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms" episode of The Twilight Zone, which aired on CBS on December 6, 1963.
1966 24 Years Old He won the Bronze Wrangler award from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in 1966 for his acting in the episode titled "The Horse Fighter" with the following cast and crew: Lee J. Cobb, James Drury, Doug McClure, Harry Guardino, Clu Gulager and Diane Roter (actors), Norman Macdonnell and James Duff McAdams (producers), Richard Fielder (writer), and Anton Leader (director). … Read More
1967 25 Years Old From 1967 to 1968, Boone co-starred in the western series Cimarron Strip in the role of 25-year-old photographer Francis Wilde, who is also a part-time deputy to Marshal Jim Crown, portrayed by series star Stuart Whitman.


1973 31 Years Old After Cimarron Strip, Boone made a few television appearances, including NBC's Emergency! and ABC's Kolchak: The Night Stalker with Darren McGavin, and appeared in the cult movie Terminal Island in 1973.
1975 33 Years Old The following year, he appeared as Deputy Dickie Haycroft in the television movie Savages, with co-stars Andy Griffith, Sam Bottoms, Noah Beery, Jr., and James Best, and starred in Dr. Minx in 1975.


1987 45 Years Old His last role was as Farkas in the 1987 film The Wild Pair (also known as The Devil's Odds), about a narcotics officer and an FBI agent. … Read More


2003 61 Years Old In July 2003, he was a guest at the Western Film Fair in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with his Virginian co-stars James Drury, Roberta Shore, Clu Gulager, and Gary Clarke.
2011 69 Years Old In 2011, Randy Boone was inducted into the Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame.
2012 70 Years Old 1 More Event
In August 2012, Boone and his wife moved away from North Carolina to be closer to family.
2016 74 Years Old Boone attended as guest star, the largest cast reunion of The Virginian assembled at the Cowboy Up for Vets Horse Show held on April 22-24, 2016 in Swanton, OH. … Read More
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