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Norman Beaton (1934–1994)

Norman Beaton was born on October 31, 1934 in Georgetown, British Guiana as Norman Lugard Beaton. He was an actor, known for Desmond's (1989), The Fosters (1976) and Black Joy (1977). He died on December 13, 1994 in Georgetown, Guyana. See full bio »


(age 60) in Georgetown, Guyana

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Desmond's Desmond Ambrose
The Fosters
The Fosters Samuel Foster
Black Joy
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The Mighty Quinn
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 1994 Little Napoleons (TV Mini-Series)
N.K. Edwards
- Sleeping with the Enemy (1994) ... N.K. Edwards
- The Godfathers of Education (1994) ... N.K. Edwards
- The Big Interview (1994) ... N.K. Edwards
- Path to Power (1994) ... N.K. Edwards
 1991 The Cosby Show (TV Series)
- There's Still No Joy in Mudville (1991) ... Carleton
 1991 Tarzán (TV Series)
 1990 4 Play (TV Series)
- When Love Dies (1990) ... Pastor
 1989 Endgame by Samuel Beckett (TV Movie)
 1984-1989 The Bill (TV Series)
Rev. Marcus Ogan / Tombo Robertson
- Powers of Exclusion (1989) ... Rev. Marcus Ogan
 1989 The Mighty Quinn
Governor Chalk
 1988 The Play on One (TV Series)
- Airbase (1988) ... (voice)
 1987-1988 Rockliffe's Babies (TV Series)
Irish Mickey / Mal
- Top Man (1988) ... Irish Mickey
- A Bad Few Days (1987) ... Mal
 1987 Big George Is Dead (TV Movie)
 1987 Playing Away
Willie Boy
 1986 Dead Head (TV Mini-Series)
- The War Room (1986) ... Caractacus
- Why Me? (1986) ... Caractacus
 1985 The Lenny Henry Show (TV Series)
- Episode #2.5 (1985)
- Episode #2.1 (1985)
 1985 Summer Season (TV Series)
- Rachel and the Roarettes (1985) ... Priest
 1983 Eureka
Byron Judson
 1983 Live from Pebble Mill (TV Series)
- Cargo Kings (1983) ... Mambu
 1982 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Trevor All
- Easy Money (1982) ... Trevor All
 1982 Minder (TV Series)
 1980 Hammer House of Horror (TV Series)
Mr. Ngenko
- Growing Pains (1980) ... Mr. Ngenko
 1978-1979 Empire Road (TV Series)
Everton Bennett
- Wedding (1979) ... Everton Bennett
- Streets of Thornley (1979) ... Everton Bennett
- Godfadder at Bay (1979) ... Everton Bennett
- D.I.V.O.R.C.E. (1979) ... Everton Bennett
- Blues in the Night (1979) ... Everton Bennett
 1979 Play for Today (TV Series)
- The Last Window Cleaner (1979) ... Leroy
 1978 Sykes (TV Series)
Richard Kydd
- Television Film (1978) ... Richard Kydd
 1977 Black Christmas (TV Movie)
 1977 Black Joy
 1976 Pressure
 1976 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)
Man on Train Journey
- Episode #5.5 (1976) ... Man on Train Journey
 1976 ITV Sunday Night Drama (TV Series)
Grantly Palmer
- Afternoon Dancing (1976) ... Grantly Palmer
 1975 Armchair Cinema (TV Series)
Mr. Byron
- In Sickness and in Health (1975) ... Mr. Byron
 1974 Z Cars (TV Series)
- Quiet as the Grave (1974) ... Lee
 1974 The Protectors (TV Series)
- Route 27 (1974) ... Chauffeur
 1973 Thirty Minutes Worth (TV Series)
London Transport guard
- Episode #3.4 (1973) ... London Transport guard
 1973 Barlow at Large (TV Series)
- Wanted (1973) ... Venston
 1970 My Partner the Ghost (TV Series)
- Money to Burn (1970) ... Policeman
 1967 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
Guitarist in club
- Drums Along the Avon (1967) ... Guitarist in club
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He acted in Peter Nichols's play, "The National Health," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Gerald James, David Ryall, Charles Kay, Anna Carteret, Jim Dale, Paul Curran, and Gillian Barge in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director. See more »

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Was given a TV memorial special program, broadcast on the U.K's Channel 4 (as the network was known at the time). It was called 'Beaton But Unbowed'. It included clips of Norman Beaton from many program's and stills from stage work, including "Desmond's", "Empire Road" and "BBC Breakfast Time". The memorial was presented by Author and Social Commentator Darcus Howe and included interviews with ... See more »

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