Randall Rapstine has worked throughout the US and internationally as an actor. His work has been critically lauded in The New York Times, The Boston Herald, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post and Variety. He has appeared on numerous television shows, including Frasier and Angel, and in such feature films as Our Lips Are Sealed (with The Olsen Twins(!)) and Geppetto for Disney. He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and SAG/AFTRA. Randall has also worked as a director, playwright, casting assistant for films and television, screenwriter, artistic director in New York and Los Angeles, and as a producer’s assistant for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. He is a founding member of Outpost Repertory Theatre where he appeared as Joseph Moore in Kim Rosenstock's Tigers Be Still. Mr. Rapstine appears regularly on the You Talk Funny Podcast. He holds an MFA in Performance & Pedagogy from Texas Tech (where he also completed his studies for the Ph.D. in interdisciplinary arts with an emphasis in History/Theory/Criticism, and Playwriting). He graduated with a BFA in Acting from The University of Texas. He is a graduate of The William Esper Studio in New York, where he studied Meisner technique with Mr. Esper and Maggie Flannigan.
As Chicago in Is He Dead? by Mark Twain and David Ives, at Texas Tech University (with Lizzie Bruce, Gene Gray, Jamy Ison, Nick Irion, Loran Jeanette Polson, Matt Russo, Jared Strange, Joel Ison and Ashley Love.
Mr. Rapstine has enjoyed a 30-year career as a performer in theatre, film and television in the US and internationally. Recent credits include Joseph in Tigers Be Still at Outpost Rep and as Sims/Papa in The Nether at Texas Tech University School of Theatre & Dance.