When Randy guest starred on Diagnosis Murder in 1997, he was able to work again with his Emergency! co-star Robert Fuller.
Randy is often seen giving speeches at Fire and EMS events all over the country.
Randy's father worked in construction and his family settled in Santa Barbara, California after living in 24 states.
Randy was a Page at NBC as one of his first jobs in the show biz industry.
Randy has been married twice. He married his first wife, Rose Parra in 1978. They were divorced.
Randy has been a board member of Project 51.
In New York, Randy attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts on a scholarship.
In New York, Randy is the co-owner of a bar.
At San Marcos High School where Randy attended high school, he was active in the school plays.
Randy and Kristen reside with Dodger in the Hollywood Hills.
Randy's parents were Sadie and Donald Mantooth who are both deceased. Randy has one brother Don, and two sisters, Nancy and Tonya.
In October 1978, Randy's home was destroyed by the "Malibu Fire". His ranch was lost along with his animals and all of his career and personal momentoes.
Randy Mantooth and Kristen Marie Connors were married August 10, 2002 at Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens.
Randy met Kristen Connors, his future wife, in January 2000. They became engaged in February 2002.
Randy and Kevin Tighe never read their lines together before being cast on Emergency! When they were introduced to each other, they were told, "Here is your new best friend." And Kevin and Randy are still best friends to this day.
Randy's dog, a tri-colored Australian Shepherd, named Dodger, was born April 18, 2000.
Randy loves baseball, and his favorite team is the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Randy loves to go camping and traveling around the country.
Randy Mantooth is half Seminole Indian.
In an interview with Randy, the two people from history that he would like to spend time talking with is Lewis and Clark.
Randolph Mantooth: People tell me this all the time...they come up to me and say, 'You're my hero,' I say no. I'm just the face. You're the body. You do the work. You're on the front line. Believe me, when I tell you from the bottom of my heart -- if you're a firefighter...an EMT...a paramedic -- you're my hero.