James Beck Wiki, Biography, Age as Wikipedia
James Beck was an English actor who played the role of Private Walker, a cockney spiv, in the BBC sitcom Dad’s Army.
Discover Stanley James Carroll Beck‘s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How much net worth James was in this year and how he spend his expenses? Also learn about how he was rich at the age of 49 years old? also know about his Social media accounts i.e. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and much more.
|Complete Family Name||Stanley James Carroll Beck|
|Born||6 August 1973|
|Birth Day||6 August|
|Birth Place||Islington, London, England|
|Nationality / Country||British|
|Popular As||actor (1929-1973)|
James Beck Family Background & Career
James Beck, better known by her family name Stanley James Carroll Beck, was a popular British actor (1929-1973). Born on 6 August 1973 in United States of America, James Beck started his career as actor (1929-1973) .
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James Beck Early Life Story, Family Background and Education
Stanley James Carroll Beck was born in Islington, north London, and attended Popham Road Primary School. His childhood was hard, with his father frequently unemployed and his mother making artificial flowers to provide a small income.
After attending Saint Martin’s School of Art and doing his national service as a physical training instructor in the British Army, Beck became an actor. Prior to his broadcast roles he spent several seasons with the Unicorn Players based in Paignton, Devon.
His early broadcast roles included Charlie Bell in an episode of Dr Finlay’s Casebook (Series 1 episode 4, “Conduct Unbecoming”, 1962), and Shylock in The Merchant of Venice in 1963, for which he gained positive reviews. He concentrated on television and was cast as a policeman in a 1965 episode of Coronation Street in a storyline concerning the collapse of a house and in a 1967 episode in a storyline concerning a train crash. He also appeared, uncredited, as a policeman in Gideon’s Way (1965), and was often seen in TV drama, with one-off roles in series such as The Troubleshooters (1965, 1967, 1970) and the BBC’s Sherlock Holmes with Peter Cushing in the lead (“The Blue Carbuncle”, 1968).
James Beck Height, Weight & Measurements
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James Beck Social Media Profiles
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James Beck Net Worth
his net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much was Stanley James Carroll Beck networth at the age of years old? James’s income mostly comes from and basic source was being a successful British actor (1929-1973). Here we are updating just estimated networth of Stanley James Carroll Beck salary, income and assets.
|James BeckNet Worth in 2021||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2021||Not Available|
|Net Worth in 2020||Under Review|
|Source of income||actor (1929-1973)|
James Beck Death: and Cause of Death
On 6 August 1973, James Beck died of non-communicable disease. At the time of his death, he was -1973 years old. At the time of his death he survived by his large extended friends and family.
By 1973, Beck had recorded five series of Dad’s Army and was working on the sixth, besides working on the radio series of the show. Location filming for series six was completed when Beck suddenly fell ill while opening a school fête in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind. He returned home and within an hour was taken to Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton suffering from pancreatitis. He died three weeks later, due to a combination of heart failure, renal failure and pancreatitis, aged 44, and was cremated at Putney Vale Cemetery, where a tree was planted in his memory, with a marker bearing his name.
The last time his Dad’s Army co-stars saw him alive was on Friday 13th July at the Playhouse Theatre in London where he recorded two radio episodes of Dad’s Army (which ran alongside the TV series). The following afternoon Beck suddenly became ill.
His death was a great shock to his fellow cast members, as well as to Jimmy Perry and David Croft. Perry has said that heavy drinking was common in show business at the time, and that he paid little attention to Beck’s habit until “I saw Jimmy’s legs and they were purple. It was the last episode he appeared in before he died.”