|Died||12 June 2017(aged 101)|
Beazley was born in Kensington, London,. the son of Gordon and Nelto Beazley. He began acting professionally as a teenager in the early 1930s, including appearances with John Gielgud in productions of Hamlet (1934) and Romeo and Juliet (1935).
After serving in World War II, he owned an antique shop for several decades. At the age of 75, Beazley returned to acting, and subsequently appeared in a variety of stage and film productions, as well he became a painter in his nineties.
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