Wayne Randall
Character Profile
Portrayed By
Daniel Buran
First Appearance
Sunshine and Frosty Swirl
Last Appearance
Sunshine and Frosty Swirl
Full Name
Wayne Randall

Manner of Death
Personal Status
Marital Status
Immediate Relatives
Donna Randall (mother)
Professional Status
Former Serial Killer
Killer Profile
"No Known Alias"
Number of Victims
At least 7 (including himself, directly)
At least 1 (indirectly)
Modus Operandi
Blades & guns
Killing Method
Cooperated killing spree with former lover Hannah McKay. When someone got to close to them and recognized them he would shoot them so they couldn't talk. When looking for a place to hide out, he would break in with Hannah and stab his victims to death.
Method of Disposal
Buried the bodies near where they were killed
It's currently unknown why Randall went on the killing spree, however when they arrived in Miami they killed people for access to their rooms to hide out in. Serving life imprisonment led to him "surrendering" to his conscience and he began trying to set a few things right. However, his ultimate goal was to experience a few pleasures of life such as warm sunlight and ice cream before he decided there was one more person he needed to kill - himself.

Wayne Randall is a Character on DEXTER. Wayne is the former boyfriend and accomplice of Hannah McKay, the two having gone on a killing spree in 1997. He was given two life sentences, following Hannah's cooperation with the police to turn state-evidence against him in order to cut her a deal. Dexter Morgan meets with Wayne acting as a forensic specialist in place of Vince Masuka in order to find out more about him, but becomes interested in Wayne's philosophy on what he had done and how he's trying to cope with it.


Wayne is a Caucasian male approximately six feet tall. He has long, black hair and fashions himself with a beard. His apparel for the most part consists of an orange prison jumpsuit, with white sneakers.


Wayne claims that his conscience was buried under a lot of "Wayne Randall," probably referring to the way he used to be during the killings. As the details of these murders is unknown, it's uncertain what type of person he was prior to his temporary release under police supervision to help locate the bodies of other victims he had killed.

The Wayne that Dexter Morgan met embraced his conscience, claiming to have surrendered to it after having tried to fight for so long. To this degree he appears "enlightened", carefree and at peace whenever he converses with Dexter...though a bit of his former personality shines through in irritation with the nearby officers. When speaking with Dexter, he talked often of how he learned to cope with his punishment and this intrigues Dexter, whom at the current time is dealing with his sister Debra Morgan after she discovered that he's a Serial killer.

He decided that after so long, he needed escape-though not in an attempt to run for his life. Dexter believes that Wayne didn't care whether or not the police found the bodies that Wayne spoke of out of his emerged conscience, and that he only sought a few days of warm sunlight as well as ice cream from the Frosty Swirl. Wayne felt there was "one more person he needed to kill" and chose to commit suicide, feeling both the need to be free and to end the life of someone he felt deserved to die, especially with not wanting to handle life in prison.



  • Unnamed gas station attendant in Ashford, Alabama
  • Unnamed victim in Georgia
  • Unnamed gas station attendant in Lake City Florida
  • Unnamed man in Sarasota, Florida
  • Janice Debois
  • The Johnsons (he stabbed the husband to death five times while Hannah stabbed the wife to death in a frenzy)
  • Himself, after deciding there was one more person "he needed to kill"...he jumped in front of an oncoming truck after finishing his conversation with Dexter.