Randy Douthit Executive Television Producer

Randy Douthit vision-tv producer and CEO of concept, LLC. Has created over 25 hours of primetime entertainment for FOX, ABC, CBS as a writer/producer including House MD and Cagney & Lacey. Randy also is the co-creator of the syndicated show “The Magnificent 7” which airs across America on King World Premiere.

Randy Douthit has been a television producer for nearly three decades. He has spent the past 18 years in Hollywood as a producer, writer and show creator. He started his career writing and producing at CBS. From there he moved to FOX as well as creating shows for both ABC and CBS. Randy was one of the creators of James Spader’s hit show “The Practice” and co-creator of the syndicated series “The Magnificent 7” starring Chris Noth, William Devane, Kate Jackson & Lorenzo Lamas.

In the past fifteen years Randy has had the opportunity to work on over 25 primetime television shows. He is an Emmy Award winner and nominated for a Golden Globe as executive producer of “Will and Grace”.

Randy Douthit was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He is married to Liza Douthit, DTV Executive Producer, who he met in 1987 at the age of 22 when she won the Miss Universe title in Hawaii. They have three children: Zeb, Cole and Zoe.

Randy’s father, Edgar Douthit, died of a heart attack at the age of 56 in 1989. His mother is Alice Douthit. He attended the University of Hartford on a basketball scholarship. During college he began writing for the school newspaper where he was promptly fired for “having too much fun” with an article about illegal dormitory parties. Randy was also one of 99 students nationwide accepted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society in 1988. He graduated with a BA degree in English. During his last year at the University of Hartford, he began writing songs in collaboration with friends. A few years later one became a top 10 song for singer/songwriter Lenny Williams and Grammy Award winner Regina Belle.

On May 30, 2010 Randy started his own cable television network concept-tv. He had been threatened with lawsuits by both NBC and ABC executives because of their fear of “competition” from another network.