Thomas Beck

Highest Rated: 100% Heidi (1937)
Lowest Rated: 100% Heidi (1937)
Birthday: Dec 29, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
Thomas Beck was but one of a legion of pleasant, unassuming young men who were signed to 20th Century-Fox contracts in the mid-1930s. Beck was afforded romantic-lead assignments in several of Fox's "B" productions, including four "Charlie Chans," two "Mr. Motos" and a brace of the "Jones Family" comedies. He also played featured roles in a handful of "A"s: a dying legionnaire in Under Two Flags (1937), Brissac in Seventh Heaven (1937) and the village priest in Heidi (1938). Beck might have gone on to stardom had not his fervent political activities with the Screen Actors Guild prompted Fox to "punish" the actor by cutting his salary. Turning his back on films at age 30, Thomas Beck successfully pursued a number of business ventures before retiring to Florida in the early 1970s.

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No Score Yet Nel giardino dei suoni (In the Garden of Sounds) Producer 2012
No Score Yet El Sistema Executive Producer 2008
No Score Yet Supercarrier (Deadly Enemies) Actor 1988
No Score Yet Thank You, Mr. Moto Tom Nelson 1937
100% Heidi Pastor Schultz 1937
No Score Yet Think Fast, Mr. Moto Robert 'Bob' Hitchings Jr. 1937
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at the Olympics Phil Childers 1937
No Score Yet Seventh Heaven Bissac 1937
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at the Opera Phil Childers 1936
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at the Race Track Bruce Rogers 1936
No Score Yet White Fang Hal Burgess 1936
No Score Yet Champagne Charlie Tod Hollingsworth 1936
No Score Yet Life Begins at 40 Joe Abercrombie 1935
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in Paris Victor Descartes 1935
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in Egypt Tom Evans, Archeologist 1935


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