Born in Barcelona, Catalunya, Beá started his comic book career in the late 1950s when he worked for Fleetway in Britain. He also worked on during this period. In the early 1960s he worked on for Atlas, as well as.
In 1962 Beá moved to Paris where he focused on painting rather than comic book art
In 1971 he returned to comic books, working on Dracula and Marilyn. Due to his connections with the Spanish agency Selecciones Illustrada, Beá started working for Warren Publishing in America in 1971.
Beá worked on artwork for all three of Warren"s horror titles, Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella, and also wrote a number of his stories. This would include the three part series Tales of Peter Hypnos as well as numerous stand alone stories.
His work for Dracula was reprinted in a separate book published by Warren, as well as the story Invasion in Eerie 75.
Beá would draw approximately 30 stories for Warren, as well as two covers (one of which was a reprinted, colored panel from one of his stories). After his departure from Warren in 1976, Beá worked on. In 1979 he was convicted for offences against morality for the content of one of his stories in this title, and was forbidden from doing anymore artwork.
Once this ban was lifted, he worked on the magazine with Luis Garcia, as well as a number of humor magazines.