Randal Wallace is a former four-term city councilman for the city of Myrtle Beach. During his time in public office, he was active in the National League of Cities serving on the Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Committee, the National League of Cities Nominating Committee, and the National League of Cities 2016 Presidential Task Force.

Mr. Wallace was also active in the National Association of Developmental Organizations and the Municipal Association of South Carolina. Prior to his time in elective office, Mr. Wallace was active in several political campaigns spanning nearly thirty-nine years.

Mr. Wallace is a graduate of Spartanburg Methodist College and Lander University with bachelor's degrees in history, and mass communications. Mr. Wallace worked in the entertainment business at the Fantasy Harbor - Waccamaw Theater Complex, which was home to the Gatlin Brothers Theater, the Ronnie Millsap Theater, and Magic on Ice Theater for many years he is currently in real estate sales with Waccamaw Land and Timber Company. He has recently combined that experience into hosting two history documentary podcasts "Randal Wallace Presents" and "The Richard Nixon Experience" He is also working on his second book , this one on the Leadership Lessons of the World War 2 Generation. He lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.