|Occupation|| Adult video mogul |
Founder of College Girls Gone Crazy
| Significant |
|Candice Mayfield (one night stand)|
|Children||Unborn daughter (with Candice)|
|Appearances|| Head Case |
Death Gone Crazy
|Portrayed by||Jordan Belfi|
Beau Randolph was an adult video mogul, producer and founder of adult video franchise called “College Girls Gone Crazy”.
In "Head Case", Beckett and Castle learn that Randolph was the person funding Lester Hamilton's research, but when they went to question him, Randolph explained that Hamilton wanted to end it with Randolph and had planned to post his research on the Internet.
Randolph became a suspect in Hamilton's murder due to the fact that he own a high-caliber gun that was fired the same morning the latter died. However, Randolph's alibi about him shooting a pigeon that was disturbing him checked out as CSU found the pigeon corpse near his apartment.
Later, in the lead-up to "Death Gone Crazy", Randolph is discovered murdered in the women's washroom during one of his parties, strangled with a bra.
Beckett and Castle's investigation revealed that Randolph had fathered a daughter with Candice Mayfield, daughter of Ronald Armstrong, leader of protest group who were protesting Randolph's activities.
Upon learning that he was going to be a father, Randolph tried to prove to Candice that he wanted to be a part of the baby's life. To that end, he broke up with his girlfriend Tiffany Shaw, reneged on his deal with Seth Parrino to merge the latter's "College Guys Gone Nuts" franchise with his own, and attempted to invest in Little Frog Enterprises television company.
When his producer, Troy Strickland, learned of Randolph's plan to dissolve the franchise, he felt betrayed, as Randolph had promised to let him take over the franchise in the future. This lead to him murdering Randolph, but the team were able to put the story together.
Beau Randolph is one of only two people to have been a person of interest in two completely independent cases; the other is Mike Royce, who, like Beau, was a suspect in one case and the victim in another.