Starting at a young age and driven by a passion for the theatre, Christopher Randolph has cultivated a versatile career. 

His work in theater includes appearances on Broadway in King Lear at Lincoln Center Theatre (with Christopher Plummer, directed by Sir Jonathan Miller); Off-Broadway in The Merchant Of Venice for Theatre For A New Audience (National Tour with F. Murray Abraham, directed by Tony-award winner Darko Tresnjak); The Home Place at the Irish Rep; Clocks & Whistles for Origin Theatre Company (North American Premiere); Dash at MCC; Hollywood Scheherazade for Primary Stages; Much Ado About Nothing for the NY Shakespeare Exchange; and The Survival Of The Species at Ensemble Studio Theatre and The Beckett. Regionally he's worked at The Hartford Stage, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep, St. Louis Rep, GeVa, The Odyssey, The Hudson, Chautauqua Conservatory, and many others.

On film he appears in Catherine Eaton’s The Sounding; Joss Whedon's In Your EyesSonnet 48 for NYSX’s The Sonnet Project; Convention, directed by Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden; Max Finneran's The Shells and Pumpkin Hell. Television appearances include Will & Grace; Mad About You; Newsradio, and as recurring characters on various Soap Operas. 

His ongoing work as a voice actor has garnered him great acclaim for playing the popular characters Hal “Otacon” Emmerich and Huey Emmerich in the best selling Metal Gear Solid series of games for Playstation, Xbox and other gaming platforms.

Born and raised in Boston, MA, he holds a BA in English Literature from Boston University and a MFA in Acting from the University of California, San Diego’s Professional Theatre Training Program. Additionally, he has continued to hone his skills, studying one summer at RADA in England, and receiving a grant to study with Tadashi Suzuki's company in Japan. Always working to refine his craft, he has taken numerous classes and workshops with American master teachers such as Earl Gister, Ron Van Lieu, Lloyd Richards, Roy London, and Marcia Jean Kurtz, among others. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.