Brice Beckham

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Brice Beckham
Born James Brice Beckham
(1976-02-11) February 11, 1976 (age 38)
Long Beach, California, United States
Occupation Actor, Producer, Director, Writer, Editor, Special Effects
Years active 1984-1993, 2001-Present

James Brice Beckham (born February 11, 1976, in Long Beach, California) is an actor most famous for his role as Wesley T. Owens in the television sitcom Mr. Belvedere and for his role as Corey in I Hate My 30's. He currently lives in Los Angeles and is a member of LA's Namaste theater group.

Biography[edit]

Beckham attended Minnie Gant Elementary School, Walter B. Hill Junior High School and Wilson High School, in Long Beach, California. He began his acting career in school plays. He later went on to do an assortment of radio commercials, and would later appear on an episode of the TV sitcom Alice. He was also a former California State Speech champion in the early nineties in an event called Original Prose & Poetry.[1]

Beckham has a sister named Brooke.

Political activism[edit]

In 2012 Beckham appeared in a Funny or Die video called "CCOKC", which stood for "Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron" to protest Cameron's stance on homosexuality.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1984 Alice Howie TV episode - "Big Bad Mel".
1985–1990 Mr. Belvedere Wesley T. Owens Appeared in all 117 episodes.
1988 Scrabble Himself TV episode - "Celebrity Teen Week".
1991 American Dreamer Nelson TV episodes - "Don't Drink the Water", "Papa Joe", "They Shoot Ducks, Don't They?".
The Wonder Years Nick TV episode - "Soccer".
1992 CBS Schoolbreak Special Chris Lance TV episode - "Two Teens and a Baby".
1993 Roseanne Lunch Box Customer TV episode - "Crime and Punishment".
2001 Silent Story Unknown
2003 Behind the Mask Greg Black
2004 Deliverance: The Musical Unknown
2005 The Confession Guard
2006 Shark Bait Green Gossiping Fish/Cynical Shark Voiceover.
2007 I Hate My 30's Corey VH1 scripted comedy series. Appeared in all 8 episodes.
2009 Burn Notice Jeremy TV episode - "Bad Breaks".
Buttf**ker Mr. Wyler
2011 L.A. Noire David Parker Voiceover in a video game.

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