Martin E. Brooks as Edgar Randolph on the CBS-TV series "Dallas".
|Occupation:||Federal Land Management official|
|About:||Succeeded Cliff Barnes at the Office of Land Management; attempts suicide unsuccessfully|
|Played by:||Martin E. Brooks|
|Appears on:||Dallas (first series)|
|Episodes appeared in:||10 in Season 7|
Edgar Randolph is a recurring character on the CBS-TV series Dallas. Walt appears in 11 episodes in Season 7, beginning with the episode titled "Killer At Large". The part of Edgar is played in the episodes by Martin E. Brooks.
A federal land contracting offical, Edgar constantly clashed with J.R. Ewing in his dealings with Ewing Oil. He and Walt Driscoll, one of Cliff Barnes’s successors at the Texas State Office of Land Management, have two things in common in dealing with the Ewings; both were blackmailed by J.R., both tried to kill him (Driscoll with a car, Randolph with a gun) and both turned suicidal, with Walt succeding, and Edgar surviving his suicide attempt.