First Appearance: September 4, 1970
Last Appearance: September 24 or 25, 1979
Portrayers: Dennis Sullivan, September 4, 1970.
John Sullivan, 1971.
Christopher Corwin, 1971.
Tim Nissen, 1972.
Tom Ruger, 1972-1973.
Tom Sabota, Jr., 1974.
Glen Zachar, 1974.
Christopher J. Brown, September 20, 1974 - June 6, 1975.
Lionel Johnston, September 8, 1975 - September 24/25, 1979.
Departure: Left with Karen Campbell for Florida to get married.
Introduction Scene: (Lionel Johnston) To Marianne Randolph from the other side of her apartment door, "Open up and find out."
Exit Scene: (Christopher J. Brown) In the law office with Jim Matthews (RIP) and John Randolph (RIP) about having a dinner party, "Right, Grandpa. See you later, Dad."
Birthday: September 4, 1970 (original).
Last Known Whereabouts: St. Petersburg, Florida.
Relatives: Pat Randolph, mother. John Randolph (RIP), father. Lee Randolph (RIP), half-sister. Marianne Randolph, twin sister. Mary Matthews (RIP), grandmother. Jim Matthews (RIP), grandfather. Alice Matthews Frame, aunt. Russ Matthews, uncle. Josie Watts, cousin. Olivia Matthews, cousin. Janet Matthews, great-aunt. Will Matthews (RIP), great-uncle. Susan Matthews Shearer, second cousin. Bill Matthews (RIP), second cousin. Sarah Matthews Wheeler, second cousin. Gary Sinclair Jr. (RIP), second cousin.
Spouses: Molly Ordway Randolph (married on December 13, 1976. Divorced in May 1978).
Karen Campbell (married on September 26, 1979).
Lovers: Glenda Toland (1975-1976).
Dates: Eileen Simpson (RIP) (1978) and Kate Donovan (1978).
Occupation: Worked at Frame Enterprises in 1977. Lawyer.
Notes: Chris Corwin tells the AWHP: "My clearest memory was of the living room on the set. There was a set of stairs that I was never allowed to climb and finally one day I snuck over to them and saw that they were stairs that led to a non existent second floor. That kind of freaked me out at the time and has always stuck with me. The only other clear memory I have is of the last day I was on the show. The girl that played my twin sister and I exchanged goodbye presents through the windows of our mothers' car. I was quite young at the time and don't have many other memories."