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Emilie Pascale Beck

Emilie Pascale Beck, American actress, theater director, writer.


  • Beck, Emilie Pascale was born on June 25, 1967 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Speech, Northwestern University, 1989.


    • Assistant to president production Paramount Studios, Los Angeles, 2000—2002. Assistant to managing director Center Theatre Group (Mark Taper Forum & Ahmanson Theatre), since 2002.


    • Director: (plays) And Let the Skies Fall, 2003 (Critic's Pick, 2003). Actor(writer): The Fantastic Lodge, 1991, Rats in the Coffeehouse, 1995, The Velveteen Rabbit, 1993, Chronicle of Piano Woman, 1991, Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, 1989, Processions, 1990, Mystery of the 4th Wall, 1989, Godiva, 1988, A Chorus Line, 1987, The Miss Firecracker Contest, 1992, The Merchant of Venice, 1996, Boom Chicago. Director(writer): The Work of Talk.


    • Daughter of Bernard Beck and Alice Victoria Horevitz, Richard Paul Horevitz (Stepfather) and Sherry Beck (Stepmother). Married John Jacob Arky, November 15, 1963.
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    Born June 25, 1967
    (age 50)
    • 1989
      Northwestern University
    • 2002
      Assistant, to president production Paramount Studios
    • 2002
      assistant, to managing director Center Theatre Group (Mark Taper Forum & Ahmanson Theatre)