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Brice Beckham

Brice Beckham began his career in the entertainment industry as a child actor, most notably as Wesley T. Owens on the long-running television series "Mr. Belvedere."  A standout on the show, he was a fun foil for the title character played by the great Christopher Hewitt. In the twenty years that followed he has gone on to act, write, direct and produce for stage and screen, and he is a self-taught editor, illustrator and animator. He’s one of the three guys behind Drama 3/4 Productions (pronounced Drama Three-Four), named after the theater class of the same name attended by high school students every day across the country. They’ve created many memorable viral videos and short films, such as "Deliverance: The Musical," "No Football For Old Men," and "Mr. Robinson’s Driving School." Brice created the character of C.L. Fox for "I Hate My 30’s," and his animated short film "Choke Spot Choke" was an official selection of "Spike & Mike’s Sick and Twisted Festival."