Kimberly Beck Poster


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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 9 January 1956Glendale, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Kimberly Beck was born on January 9, 1956 in Glendale, California, USA. She is known for her work on General Hospital (1963), Independence Day (1996) and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984). She has been married to Jason Clark since December 28, 1988. They have two children. She was previously married to William Barron Hilton.

Spouse (2)

Jason Clark (28 December 1988 - present) (2 children)
William Barron Hilton (13 May 1978 - 1 February 1985) (divorced)

Trivia (10)

Longtime friends with Rosanna Arquette.
Stepdaughter of Tommy Leonetti and daughter of Cynthia Chenault.
Briefly lived in Australia as a child before moving back to the United States as a teenager.
Recorded "Let's Take a Walk" with her stepfather Tommy Leonetti, a song written by Beck, Leonetti and Bob Russell.
She starred on the pilot episode of Eight Is Enough (1977) as Nancy Bradford, a role that eventually went to Dianne Kay after this became a television series.
Made her debut at age two playing Glenn Ford's daughter in the film Torpedo Run (1958). She later played one of Lucille Ball's children in the comedy film Yours, Mine and Ours (1968).
Not only acted in the horror sequel Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), but did enough of her own stunts to qualify for a stunt performers union card.
On Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Cruise Ship to the Stars (1979), she played a Jekyll-and-Hyde character, whose sinister counterpart was played by Trisha Noble.
Daughter-in-law of Matt Clark.
Sister-in-law of Matthias Clark, Seth Clark and Aimée Clark.

Personal Quotes (2)

[on her role in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)] My best scene in the entire film was cut out. It was where I find my mother and she's dead. The producer and director [Joe Zito] decided that the scene was too offensive.
[her view on the Friday the 13th series, in which she appeared in the fourth installment] I had never seen any of the Friday films. And I didn't want to see any of them. I still have never seen any of them. I just don't like that kind of genre at all. And this was not even a B-movie, it was really just a C-movie.

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