John Beck Biography
John Beck is an American actor best known for playing the role of Mark Graison on the television series Dallas. He started off acting in TV commercials. Beck has over 100 acting credits to his name starting in 1965 in episodes of the TV series I Dream of Jeannie and Days of Our Lives.
John Beck Age and Early Life
John Beck was born on 28th January, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. He is 76 years old. He grew up in Chicago and his childhood ambition was to become a veterinarian. However, his dream career took a turn following his performance in a school play at the age of sixteen.John Beck Photo In the play, he had been asked to take part in as a means of overcoming profound shyness, it’s at this point when his tutors encouraged him to try to get into drama school. Beck moved to California in 1962 at the age of nineteen and made his living by appearing in television commercials.
John Beck Family
John Beck Wife
He has been married to Tina Carter since April 24, 1971, Tina is a fictional character from BBC, the couple has four children.
John Beck Children
John Beck has three daughters and one son, Natasha Beck, Tatiana Beck, Talia Beck and Tara James Beck.
John Beck Net Worth, John Beck Salary
Beck has a net worth of $150 thousand and he is best known for playing the role of Mark Graison. Beck has over 100 acting credits to his name starting in 1965 in episodes of the TV series, I Dream of Jeannie and Days of Our Lives. Details about his salary will be updated soon.
John Beck Movies and TV Shows
A year later, he made his first television appearance as an actor in his own right in a 1965 episode of NBCS I Dream of Jeannie entitled, ‘Russian Roulette at the age of twenty-one. Beck had a regular supporting role as Ketcham in the weekly Nicholas series TV, also known as James garner as Nichols which ran for one season on NBC from 1971 – 1972.
His numerous credits as a supporting actor over the years include guest slots in such series as death valley days, Diagosis, murder, Dan August and Baywatch. At this moment in the united states Beck came to the attention of international audiences in 1973 when he played an underground leader named Erno who leads a revolt against a fascist government in the Woody Allen sci-fi comedy Sleeper.
That same year, he appeared as “John W. Poe” in the Sam Peckinpah western pat Garrest and Billy the kid, and in 1975, he appeared opposite James Caan as “Moonpie” in the original Rollerball.
From 1971 to 1972 he starred as Ketcham on the series Nichols. Beck starred as Sam Curtis on the TV series Flamingo Road from 1980 to 1982. One of his best known roles came starring as Mark Graison on the series Dallas from 1983 to 1986. From 2001 to 2003 Beck starred as Bruce on the television series Passions.
He starred in the movies Sleeper, Rollerball, The Big Bus, The Call of the Wild, Sky Riders, Audrey Rose, The Other Side of Midnight, Extreme Limits, and Militia. Beck was a boxer in the 1970s and won the heavyweight Golden Gloves title in Chicago in 1973. He also performed most of his own stunts in the movie Rollerball since he was a champion roller skate.
John Beck Today
The 1990s saw Beck turn to voice acting for the first time in his career when he provided the voice of the Punisher in three episodes of Spider-Man. Beck also guest-starred as the character Raymond Boone in the Star Trek, Deep Space Nine extended episode “Tribunal” in 1994.
A year later, he appeared in the film Black Day Blue Night. His increasingly hectic workload between the early 1970s and the mid-1990s wore Beck down to the extent that after leaving the Walker Texas Ranger series in 1997, he began to wind down his acting schedule due to “exhaustion.
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