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Walk Hard Actor Terrence Beasor Had A Net Worth Of Millions From His Acting Career

Terrence Beasor has amassed some of his wealth working as a Navy for four years.

Terrence Beasor recently passed away at the age of 89 in Santa Monica, California.

Terrence Beasor, a veteran actor, was born on February 2, 1935, in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. He moved to Los Angeles when he was only 7 years old.

Highlights

  • Terrence Beasor had an assumed net worth of around $5 million at his passing.
  • Beasor has worked in the Navy for around four years.
  • He and his wife, Muriel Minot, owned a beautiful property in Santa Monica, California.

Beasor was known for his appearances in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story and The Gods Must Be Crazy and his recurring roles in The Middle and Raising Hope.

Terrence married Muriel Minot, a theatre actress, on December 22, 1968. They met in New York City when both were pursuing their careers in acting.

Terrence Beasor Had An Impressive Net Worth

A late veteran actor, Terrence Beasor’s net worth from his acting career was reported to be around $5 Million at the time of his passing.

Through his acting career, which included supporting roles in TV, stage, and movies, he made a remarkable impact on the film industry.

He has also added some wealth to his net worth as he worked in the Navy earlier for 4 years. U.S. Navy has an average salary of $75k.

Therefore, Terence Beasor might also have had a salary in this range while working in the Navy.

Moreover, Terrence and his wife, Muriel Minot, owned a beautiful house in Santa Monica, California, the place where Terrence took his last breath.

On the other hand, his wife Muriel Minot is a famous Theatre actor with an estimated net worth of around $1 million as of 2024.

Highlighting Terrence Beasor’s Acting Journey

Terrence Beasor graduated from the Pasadena Playhouse and became Man of The Year in 2011.

Beasor earned his equity card in a 1962 production of The Dybbuk, directed by Morris Ankrum, on the Playhouse’s Main stage.

He moved to New York City in 1965, where he met his actress wife in 1968, doing back-to-back shows at Equity Library Theatre.

Beasor moved to Boston, where he got an MFA in Theatre from Brandeis Univeristy.

In addition to TV/movie and over 60 commercials, he appeared at South Coacst Rep. in “Bing 7Walker,” at the Mark Taper in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” and shows at the Odyssey, Pacific Resident Theater, and many more.

Moreover, Beaser has done ADR/voice-over work on more than 500 movies/TV shows and was proud to be 1/4th the voice of the Borg on all the “Star Trel” series.

Beaser has done voice-over work on over 25 STNG, DS9, and Voyager episodes.

During his 40-year career, he appeared in dozens of TV shows, including The Incredible Hulk, The Greatest American Hero, The Office, Scrubs, Gilmore Girls, and many more.

Sadly, his acting journey ends with his tragic passing on May 28, 2024.

Additional Information

  • Terrence Beasor appeared as Country Doctor in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.
  • Beasor and his wife Muriel Minot spent a married life for over 55 years together.
  • Terrence was Christian and belonged to a white ethnicity.
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