Randy DouthitRandy Douthit is a producer and credited Judge Judy. He is also responsible for working on the show “Judge Joe Brown” from 2002-2008. Douthit started his career in television regional stations in Dallas, Texas. His resume includes credits such as F/X Network, The Montel Williams Show, 20th Century Fox Television, and Viacom TV & Film Productions.

Randy Douthit is a Producer, Director, Editor, and Executive Producer for several television shows. His most current work has been through his company called, First State Entertainment, Inc. The company was founded by two employees: Brandon Maitland and Randy Douthit. The company is known for producing movies and TV series that are family-friendly and well-received by critics. In 2007, when Viacom and CBS merged, the company became many other subsidiaries.

Douthit’s next projects were two television series he teamed up with two previous creations. According to IMBD, Douthit is the executive producer of Animal Cops along with Stephen Lambert. The show is currently in its second season on the National Geographic Channel. The series follows people working for animal protection organizations to catch criminals who abuse animals. He is also the executive producer of Season 8 of Judge Joe Brown.

Douthit has been an active television and film industry member by working with several companies.Douthit has worked with First State Entertainment, Inc. for over four years. The company has produced several successful shows for both children and adult audiences. In his free time, Randy Douthit supports many charities, such as the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Red Cross, and United Way.

He is most recognized for his work on The Montel Williams Show as an editor, producer, director, and writer. During his time at the show, Douthit met the creator of Judge Joe Brown. After many years of working together, they became good friends and started First State Entertainment Inc. in 2007. Their first job as an Inc. was to work on the movie “The Grand” starring Albert Brooks and Nathan Lane, released in 2008.

Randy DouthitDouthit obtained his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University in College Station. Upon graduating from college, he obtained his first job as a secretary for a television station in Dallas, Texas.