Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canadian actor Randal Edwards got his start in acting at a very young age. The youngest of three children, he took formal theater training in New York City, initially participating in several workshops and seminars at the renowned HB Studio. He made his screen debut in 2004, when he played a small role in the independent drama film Eighteen. Most of his acting credits, though, were on television, playing guest roles in shows such as The 4400, Eureka, Psych, Supernatural and Smallville.
Edwards got his first regular television role in 2007, when he joined the cast of the teen series The Best Years. He took on the role of Noah Jensen, a caring, albeit quirky, student who aspires to become an actor in Hollywood, although he fears he doesn’t have anything to draw inspiration from to be able to make it big. He was involved with Kathryn Klarner (Jennifer Miller), as well as his film professor Elizabeth Grant (Deborah Odell).
Edwards has since appeared in two other films: the short film The Ex-Convict’s Guide to Surviving House Arrest, and the science fiction film Odysseus and the Isle of Mists.