Donald Randolph (January 5, 1906 – March 16, 1993) was a film, television, and radio actor. The actor, who appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz (1969), acted in dozens of radio dramas, television programs and over thirty films. Randolph debuted on Broadway in Fatal Alibi (1932). His other Broadway credits include I Like It Here (1945), The Naked Genius (1943), The Sun Field (1942), Yours, A. Lincoln (1942), Lady in the Dark (1940), King Richard II (1939), Hamlet (1939), King Richard II (1936), Crime Marches on (1935) and Strange Gods (1932). In 1950, he appeared in The Desert Hawk. In 1957, he appeared as General Mark Ford in the science fiction classic, The Deadly Mantis. With his resonant voice, Randolph performed in numerous radio dramas broadcast during the 1940s and 1950s. His television work included two episodes of Perry Mason; he played the role of the murderer Stephen Argyle in the 1958 episode, "The Case of the Cautious Coquette", and in 1959 he played the murder victim Curtis Runyan in "The Case of the Spanish Cross". In 1968 Randolph appeared (credited as Don Randolph) as Don Ramon Monteja on The Big Valley in the episode titled "Miranda."