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Randy McKenney is an actor and talent casting agent who appeared as a holographic artist in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "Scientific Method". He filmed his scenes on Tuesday 29 July 1997 on Paramount Stage 16.
As stand-in, he worked on the television drama Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999, with J.G. Hertzler, Wayne Péré, Jeffrey Nordling, Marc Worden, Nikita Ager, Paul Popowich, Allan Royal, Karl Wiedergott, Kitty Swink, and Alexander Enberg), the television drama My Little Assassin (1999, with Reiner Schöne, Tony Plana, Ada Maris, Glenn Morshower, and Frank Novak), the war drama The Patriot (2000, with Rene Auberjonois, Leon Rippy, and Max Valentine), the fantasy comedy Bedazzled (2000, with Aaron Lustig, Rudolf Martin, Baron Jay, and Rob McCabe), the fantasy comedy Little Nicky (2000, with Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr., Michael McKean, Clint Howard, Jeff Imada, Rico Bueno, and Cindy Sorenson), an episode of The X-Files (2000, with Keith Szarabajka and Wayne King, Jr.), the comedy Human Nature (2001, with David R. Maier), the drama Rock Star (2001, with Kara Zediker), the drama House of Sand and Fog (2003, with Shohreh Aghdashloo, Mark Chaet, Marco Rodriguez, Al Rodrigo, Spencer Garrett, Michael Papajohn, Bonita Friedericy, and Ashley Edner), the crime comedy Be Cool (2005, with Dwayne Johnson), the crime drama Alpha Dog (2006, with Anton Yelchin), the comedy sequel Clerks II (2006), and the fantasy comedy Over Her Dead Body (2008, with Stephen Root and W. Morgan Sheppard).
McKenney is the founder and CEO at Bat Pack Talent, a Los Angeles based extras casting agency.  He worked as extras casting associate and extras coordinator on projects such as the television mini series House of Frankenstein (1997), the family movie Mighty Joe Young (1998), the thriller 8MM (1999), the horror film Stigmata (1999), the music drama Coyote Ugly (2000), the comedy Bubble Boy (2001), the horror film Hollywood Vampyr (2002), the action comedy Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003), the comic adaptation Constantine (2005), the television series ER (2005), the science fiction remake War of the Worlds (2005), the horror film The Thirst (2006), the comedy Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006), the television series Women's Murder Club (2007-2008), the drama Charlie Wilson's War (2007), the horror thriller Born (2007, starring Denise Crosby and Kane Hodder), and the comedy Made of Honor (2008).