Randi Layne

Randi Layne has a multifaceted career as an actress, model, choreographer, correspondent, dancer, fashion coordinator, spokesperson and producer. Her impressive resume highlights her experience and in-depth understanding of presentation and production.

Her career began 40 years ago as owner of Dance Arts Studio. From there she moved on to work as a fashion model in every major market in the US. Represented by both Ford and Elite agencies, her acting credits include principal roles in major motion pictures, TV series and daytime dramas. In addition, Ms. Layne has served as spokesperson for numerous corporations and appeared in dozens of national advertising campaigns.

She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and is a board member of Fashion Group International. She is a dynamic force in entertainment and production using her well-honed skills to create first-class presentations and shows for her clients.

In 1993 Ms. Layne established Catwalk Productions, a full-service event management company driven by the axiom the fusion of glamour, theater, rhythms and ambiance will engage, entertain and inform any audience.  Delivering unsurpassed value, every Catwalk Productions event is a testament to that philosophy and approach. Ms. Layne continues to run the company and expand their list of national and international clients.

Ms. Layne is very active in her community and volunteers with a number of different organizations. In 2007 she accepted the position as Executive Director of The Chelko Foundation whose mission is “Empower Women Worldwide Through Art Education and Partnership”. Under her leadership, the Foundation has donated over $300,000.00 in grants and scholarships and established numerous strategic partnerships with other service organizations. She was also instrumental in creating Bodies as Works of Art”, an annual fundraiser featuring a live exhibition of fine art bodypainting. The event has gained international recognition and evolved into “Living Art America”, now sanctioned as the North American Bodypainting Championship.