Randye Howard: Everything About Leo Howard’s Mother

Randye Howard: Everything About Leo Howard's Mother


Randye Howard is was initially a fitness model, a dog breeder and famous as the mother of actor Leo Howard, a martial arts celebrity. Randye birthday is February 24. Todd Farrell Howard, who co-produced and appeared in their television series World’s Worst Tenants, was the man she wed. She met her spouse 25 years ago during a bodybuilding competition. Then she went on stage to appear as a fitness model, and he watched her from the front row and immediately fell in love with her. Todd harassed Randye for a year before she fell in love with him, and the two eventually got married. 

Randye Howard splits her time between her family life and her acting profession on reality TV. Randye and her husband portrayed tenants in the reality series World’s Worst Tenants on Spike TV. They found a marijuana grow farm, an unregistered cosmetic surgery business, and an organized unlawful fight club, and they had to evict tenants throughout the series.


Randye Howard was a fitness model before her fame and also owned The Big Bulldog Ranch, where she specialized in raising English and French bulldogs as a professional dog breeder. She was also a member of the reality show World’s Worst Tenants, a US television program on Spike. June 12, 2012 saw its debut. Todd Howard, Rick Moore, and Randy Howard are the eviction experts. 

The show’s creators acknowledge that, while being advertised as a reality program, it only presents “reenactments of many of the actual confrontations that Randye Howard and his team have experienced.” The fact that the events portrayed are reenactments is not explicitly stated in the program until the closing credits. The series was renewed for a second season on November 13, 2012, and aired on March 12, 2013 on Spike. According to a tweet Randye Howard made in 2013, her favorite jewelry designer was Robert Palazzolo.


Randye Howard and her husband, Todd Farrell Howard, have a son Leo Howard, who is now a famous American actor and martial artist. Leo Howard was birthed and raised in Newport Beach, California, on July 13, 1997. Leo Howard is a multi-talented person who started his martial arts career at an early age and went on to gain acclaim and titles. 

Leo Howard mainly became famous due to the “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” and appearing in Disney productions like “Kickin’ It.” With his band Ask Jonesy & Company, he also made a musical foray. Leo has shown flexibility as an actor, director, martial artist, and musician.

When he wasn’t working on Kickin’ It, Howard lived most of the time in the Howard family’s Studio City, California home and was home-schooled, but he still regarded Fallbrook, where he had grown up, as his hometown. Even while he remains committed to his love of martial arts, Howard has admitted that he has learned to be more cautious when it comes to “fighting” and “sparring” contests since there is a chance that an injury may prevent him from fulfilling his commitments as an actor.

Some of Leo Howard’s pastimes include cooking, playing the guitar, and collecting old weaponry like swords and knives. The large “Conan” sword given to him after Conan the Barbarian shooting is over serves as his collection’s focal point. Leo Howard has a pet sheepdog named “Murphy” and has admitted to having a fondness for animals. He volunteers in his spare time at the neighborhood veterinary clinic since he is likewise interested in veterinary medicine.

His parents are licensed professional dog breeders. Leo Howard attended the Tri-City Christian Schools. Before committing himself to a full-time acting profession, Leo Howard spent much of his youth growing up in the little town of Fallbrook in Northern San Diego Country.


Randye Howard’s husband, Todd Farrell Howard, is an American businessman born in August 1965. He co-produced and acted in the popular television show World’s Worst Tenants on Spike TV.

After enlisting in the U.S. Marines in 1983 and receiving an honorable discharge in 1987, he started his manufacturing firm for workout clothing in 1995. By 1999, this company had grown into a prosperous network of sports nutrition stores. Building various enterprises, such as real estate holdings, property management, motivational speaking, personal training, nutritional counseling, and Bulldog breeding and rescue, has helped him establish himself.

Randye Howard’s husband, Todd Farrell Howard, is one of MooreHoward Investments LLC’s principals. All 110 of their properties are currently managed by them. Their portfolio mainly comprises residential, commercial, and undeveloped land development projects.