- Talent Name
- Jordy Randall
Executive Producer on “Family Law”
Jordy Randall is executive producer on The CW’s drama series “Family Law.”
Randall’s focus on scripted content as a film and television producer has established his production company SEVEN24 Films as one of Canada’s premiere content creators. He has been an executive producer on the award-winning series “Heartland” since its inception. Now in its sixteenth season, the series is the longest running one-hour dramatic series in Canadian history.
He is currently an executive producer the comedy series “Jann,” and just wrapped season 3 of “Family Law.” He also executive produced “Wynonna Earp” the two-time People’s Choice Award winning supernatural series for Syfy.
Over the past decade he has guided the integration of scripted programming with interactive content and social media, which has helped make “Heartland” and “Wynonna Earp,” two of the most dynamic scripted television projects in the digital space.
Randall’s other significant series credits include “Billy the Kid” for Epix, “Damnation” for USA Network, “Fortunate Son,” a political thriller for CBC and NBCU International, “Dark Cargo,” a noir thriller for YouTube Premium, “Young Drunk Punk,” a comedy series starring Kids in the Hall alumni Bruce McCulloch, “Wild Roses,” “North of 60,” “Tom Stone,” “Shoebox Zoo” and “Dinosapien.” His Canadian Screen Award winning productions include the movies “Borealis” and “Mayerthorpe,” as well as the mini-series “Burn Up.”
Feature film and television movie credits include the Academy Award nominated movie “Brokeback Mountain,” “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” “Resurrecting the Champ” starring Samuel L. Jackson, “The Ron Clark Story” starring Matthew Perry, “After the Harvest” with Sam Shepard, “Chasing Freedom” starring Juliette Lewis, “The Sheldon Kennedy Story” for CTV and “The Walter Gretzky Story” for CBC.
Jordy is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contribution to the arts in Canada and SEVEN24 Films was recently named Playback Magazine’s Production Company of the Year.
Randall is currently based in Canada.