Randal Kleiser's feature Grease is the most successful movie musical ever made. Other credits include The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, The Blue Lagoon, Summer Lovers, Flight of the Navigator, White Fang, North Shore, Getting It Right, Lovewrecked, Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway, and the 1996 AIDS drama It’s My Party.
Working in 70mm 3-D, he directed Honey, I Shrunk the Audience, which ran for over a decade at the Disney Parks in Anaheim, Orlando, Tokyo, and Paris.
This led to the US Government signing him to develop a 360 degree hi-def simulator to train soldiers to deal with Improvised Explosive Devices in the war in Afghanistan.
In 2007, his USC Thesis film Peege was selected to be added to the National Registry at the Library of Congress. With George Lucas, he produced the online course, "USC School of Cinematic Arts presents the Nina Foch Course for Filmmakers and Actors".
Kleiser is chair of the Digital Day subcommittee of Special Projects and serves as an alternate on the Western Directors Council and the National Board.