Randall, in the mid-90's, while producing a string of original off-off-Broadway musicals, met comedian/writer, Christopher Gordon. Although they kept in touch, it wouldn't be until years later, they'd work together in California on Randall's "Wild Wild World" video series on YouTube. Today, Randall proudly shares his love of animals and humanity, in his videos; and does his best to expand honey badger awareness. His "Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger" video has 63+ million views to date.

Randall is the author of, "Honey Badger Don't Care" a guide to forgotten, and lesser-known, wild animals. He presently works with several organizations in spreading awareness for animals and human kindness including the ASPCA, The Paw Project, PETA, The Humane Society of the United States, the Freedom Beagle Project, Do Something, Greenpeace, Animals Asia and others.

A “nice Jewish boy” from New York City, Randall was raised by a pack of wild grandmothers. His father was a cameraman for “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” and consequently, always on the road. Randall's mother busted her rump as a late-night janitor at Gimbel’s (a fabulous department store, before your time). Randall's grandmother and her friends (Esther, Helen and Annabel) would often take him to the world famous, Bronx Zoo. Little Randall had everyone in stitches talking about the zoo's animals and soon, he would narrate everything: trips to the zoo, the playground, museums, parks; it was endless.

Randall is a loving father to three cats, one guinea pig and a parakeet.