Adam Beach Biography
Adam Beach is a Canadian actor best known for his work on the television shows Walker, Texas Ranger, Joe Dirt, Flags of Our Fathers, Windtalkers, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the film adaptations of Skinwalkers, Coyote Waits, and A Thief of Time. He has also appeared in the movies Smoke Signals, Dance Me Outside, Coyote Waits, and A Thief
What is Adam Beach’s age? / Age
He will be 49 years old on November 11th, 2021. In Ashern, Canada, he was born in 1972.
Adam Beach Parents / Family / Education
He is Anishinaabe and has some Icelandic lineage thanks to his great-grandmother. On the Lake Manitoba/Canine River First Country Hold at Lake Manitoba, Oceanside relished spending his first significant amount of time with his parents and two siblings. When Beach was eight years old, Sally Beach, who was eight months pregnant, was killed by a drunk driver. Eight weeks after the passing of his mother, the family found out that Dennis Beach had drowned close to the neighborhood. It’s unclear if he committed suicide or perished unexpectedly.
From the time he was 8 years old to the age of 12, Adam lived with his grandmother along with his brothers. Five years after their parents’ passing, Agnes Beach, Chris Beach, and the three brothers were brought to Winnipeg to live with their aunt and paternal uncle. Adam addresses his uncle Chris as “Dad.” He enrolled in a theatre class at Gordon Bell High School. He first appeared in local plays before quitting school to take the lead in a production at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People.
Adam Beach Wife
Adam has three children and has been married three times. With his first wife, Meredith Porter, who he married from 1999 to 2002, has had two sons; Noah Beach and Luke Beach. He had no children with his second wife, Tara Mason, who he married from 2003 to 2007. Summer Tiger, his current wife, gave birth to a daughter; Phoenix Beach in 2008.
Adam Beach Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Adam Beach Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
His character in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit was Detective Chester Lake. He has sleeplessness, which occasionally makes it easier for him to solve murders. Under the name “Naptime,” he once competed in mixed martial arts matches (due to his right hook). A member of the VDOQ Society, an organization devoted to solving cold cases, was found to be Fin Lake. His first case eleven years prior involved the rape and murder of Alisa Hernandez, and it consumed him. After a shooting reconstruction showed a third gunman, Kralik was exonerated of murder.
Adam Beach Smoke Signals
In the indie coming-of-age comedy-drama Smoke Signals from 1998, he played Victor Joseph. Fire lives on the Coeur D’Alene Indian Reservation in Plummer, Idaho, together with Victor Joseph and Thomas the Builder. Thomas is an oddball storyteller, and Victor is a young, irate basketball player. Thomas and Victor are brought together by Arnold, Victor’s adopted father, who saved Thomas as a baby from a home fire that killed his parents. Victor and Thomas set off on a journey to find Arnold’s ashes after his death. The journey gives the young guys a chance to examine how they identify as “Indian” and “Western,” respectively.
Adam Beach Dance Me Outside
In the 2019 American drama film Juanita, he played Jess, a member of the First Nations and the owner of French. A woman from Columbus, Ohio takes a Greyhound bus to Butte, Montana, where she reinvents herself and makes new friends in a French bistro.
Adam Beach Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale
In the 1994 Canadian-American historical drama action-adventure movie Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale, he played Squanto. Early in the 17th century, English sailors kidnapped the Patuxet tribesman Squanto. Squanto sings a lullaby to the enormous Grizzly bear that he is forced to wrestle with in order to quiet it down. He takes advantage of the opportunity to escape by rowing away. Squanto, a member of the Nauset tribe, is taken prisoner by the English and brought before Sir George. Epenow has developed a hatred for the English during the course of his incarceration and wants to destroy them. In another dramatic scene, Squanto makes a remarkable escape to join EPenow and a crew sailing back to America.
Adam Beach Suicide Squad
In the 2016 movie Suicide Squad, she played Christopher Weiss/Slipknot, an American rope and knot specialist talented at rope climbing. Slipknot was tricked by Captain Boomerang into being killed by his implanted nano-bomb, so he missed the Squad’s mission to eliminate Enchantress and Incubus.
In 1998, Michael Lake was found guilty of raping and killing Cecelia Kralik Crane, but his conviction was overturned after he lied under oath. For a bungled jewelry store robbery, he received a term of at least one year at the Gloucester Correctional Facility. He acted as a mercenary assassin and kidnapper after being freed, roping up his victims.
Adam Beach Movies
- 2022 – Exile
- 2022 – American/Indian
- 2021 – The Unhealer
- 2021 – The Power of the Dog
- 2021 – Swan Song
- 2020 – Monkey Beach
- 2020 – The New Mutants
- 2020 – Percy
- 2019 – Juanita
- 2017 – Juliana & the Medicine Fish
- 2017 – Hostiles
- 2022-present – A Cut Above
- 2020 – The Good Doctor
- 2019–2020 – Nancy Drew
- 2019 – Drunk History
- 2019 – Supernatural
- 2017 – Monsters of God
- 2015 – Backstrom
- 2013 – Hell on Wheels
- 2012–2014 – Arctic Air
- 2010 – Big Love
- 2010 – Hawaii Five-0
- 2008 – Comanche Moon
- 2008 – Wapos Bay