Randy J. Goodwin (born as Ivan Jerome Goodwin in December 24, 1967), is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as "Kennedy Winslow" on Fast Track and "Max Ellis" on the show Abby, as well as his recurring roles on Girlfriends as "Davis Hamilton" and The Vampire Diaries as "Dr. Jonas Martin".

Randy J. Goodwin
Born
Ivan Jerome Goodwin

(1967-12-24) December 24, 1967 (age 52)[1][2]
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present
Spouse(s)Lisa Stellato (2000-2005) Divorced, 2 children[citation needed]
Mimi Goodwin (2005-2015)
2 children

CareerEdit

Goodwin was a member of GBT Academy of the Arts Advisory Board, serving as an actor and writer.[3] Goodwin is set to direct his first full-length feature film in April 2013, a Christian film entitled The Job, written by Steve Lee and Randy Goodwin, with Goodwin set to star as well.[citation needed].

FilmographyEdit

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1999 Michael Jordan: An American Hero Ahmad Rashād
2000 Livin' for Love: The Natalie Cole Story Marvin Yancy
2001 Neurotic Tendencies Role Unknown
The Old Settler Bucket
Down 'n Dirty Nick Gleem
2002 Home of the Brave Sgt. Mike
2003 L.A. Sheriff's Homicide Welton Swancy
2004 The Soluna Project Tim
2005 Bow Sam
Flip the Script Jamal
2007 Towelhead Mr. Bradley Credited as Randy Goodwin
2011 Annie Claus is Coming to Town Barry
2012 Xander Cohen Lester Bunin Completed
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Secret Service Guy Morgue One Episode: Throw Kessler from the Train
1997–1998 Fast Track Kennedy Winslow Twenty three Episodes:
1998 Hyperion Bay Role Unknown One Episode: Pilot
Martial Law Beckwith One Episode: Cop Out
1999 Nash Bridges Agent Cornwell One Episode: Shoot the Moon
The Pretender Dr. Allen Covney One Episode: Risque Business
1999–2000 Linc's Dante Harrison Eighteen Episodes:
2000 The Steve Harvey Show Reggie Carmichael One Episode: Moonlighting
2000–2004 Girlfriends Davis Hamilton Eight Episodes: One Night Stand?, Girlfrenzy, Hip-Ocracy, The Remains of the Date, Fried Turkey, Bad Timing, A Kiss Before Lying and A Comedy of Eros
2001 The Geena Davis Show Russell Moore One Episode: There's a New Bride in Town
PBS Hollywood Presents Bucket One Episode: The Old Settler
Emeril Eric One Episode: Blind Dates
2002 24 Newman One Episode: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
2003 Abby Max Ellis Ten Episodes:
Wanda at Large Morris One Episode: Pilot (Unaired)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Myles Rueben One Episode: Grissom Versus the Volcano
2004 Yes, Dear The Doctor (uncredited) One Episode: Mama Said Knock You Out Credited as Randy Goodwin
NCIS Diego Clare One Episode: UnSEALeD
Strong Medicine Dr. Jason Harris One Episode: Like Cures Like
Kevin Hill Victor Martin One Episode: Gods and Monsters, Credited as Randy Goodwin
2005 CSI: Miami Jason Whitney One Episode: Sex & Taxes
2006 Cuts Nick One Episode: Codebreakers
2007 Insatiable Jack Dudleigh One Episode: Pilot
2007–2008 Big Shots Oliver Davenport Three Episodes: Car Trouble uncredited, Who's Your Daddy? and The Better Man
2010–2011 The Vampire Diaries Dr. Jonas Martin Six Episodes: Katerina, The Sacrifice, By the Light of the Moon, Daddy Issues, The Dinner Party, and The House Guest
2012 The Mentalist Agent Bernie Westeroff One Episode: My Bloody Valentine
2013 The Client List Pastor Mason Duncan Two Episodes: Heaven's Just a Sin Away and When I Say I Do
Love Thy Neighbor Lionel One Episode: What’s Love Got To Do With It

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Randy J. Goodwin". DeadBeats Illinois. Retrieved January 24, 2012.
  2. ^ "Randy J. Goodwin Delinquent Parent". Illinois Governor. Retrieved November 21, 2016.
  3. ^ "Randy J. Goodwin". GTC Academy of the Arts. Retrieved January 24, 2012.

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