Duy Beck is an actor, stuntman & producer known for his versatility, scene dialogue and unique physical abilities. Duy's portrayal as a stunt fighter with wires & mini-tramp in the film, The Jade Pendant (2015) w/ producer Scott Rosenfelt (Home Alone/Teen Wolf/Mystic Pizza), helped begin his appeal as an action star and choreographing ...
Duy Beck is an actor, stuntman & producer known for his versatility, scene dialogue and unique physical abilities. Duy's portrayal as a stunt fighter with wires & mini-tramp in the film, The Jade Pendant (2015) w/ producer Scott Rosenfelt (Home Alone/Teen Wolf/Mystic Pizza), helped begin his appeal as an action star and choreographing more stunt, fight, & military scenes, including Arnold Swartzenegger's Mobile Strike (2016) & Moba Legends (2016) gaming apps, & principal enemy fighter & assistant stunt coordinator in film short Awaken (2017). His background as a Marine Infantry Sergeant landed him on the stunt team for multiple episodes of NBC's #1 show, Blacklist (2015 & 2017) starring James Spader; and SWAT team leader & prison fighter on Universal's RIOT (2016), starring Dolph Lundgren & UFC Champion Chuck Liddell. Duy is also a stunt actor on Warner Brother's new web series, Snatchers (2016). Duy's unique ethnic look gave him a role as the Angel Shammah in 2 of a 3 part trilogy, Celestial Run (2012) & Celestial Hunt (2013). The third film has yet to be filmed. Duy's love for the outdoors and mountain biking helped his first SAG speaking role in Disney's Buffalo Dreams (2005).Duy has been active both locally and abroad in working with the underprivileged. As a part of his humanitarian efforts, Duy made a 5+ year biblical Nazirite vow to not cut his hair or drink alcohol during the building of a sustainable orphanage at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro in E. Africa. Duy's hair grew to below his waist, contributing to his ethnically ambiguous look. Consequently, Duy has been cast in inspiration film The Wind of Heaven (2017). With his martial arts background & long hair, he has been confirmed as the head of the Asian mafia in action web series The Agency (2017) and Asian car gang leader & co-producer in low-rider film series, Ryder 1: Crenshaw Nights. He is the fight choreographer, assistant stunt coordinator and military advisor for Enemy Unknown & MMA film starring USA's female World Game's Gold Medalist; and producer/director, writer & lead actor in military action short Drone (2017) & stunt coordinator on Star Wars fan film Dresca (2017) and Master Shang Tsung on Mortal Kombat short (2017). He is the assistant director & stunt coordinator of NY based comedic web series Loving Layla (2017). With roots in Asia, he has been cast as a supporting actor in films Destiny (2016) with Rex Cortez & Maria Isabel Lopez; & co-producer of One More Song (2017) with Christian Bautista & Jonalyn Viray. He is supporting actor in Filipino action sequel Blood Hunters (2018). He has also been cast as the lead actor & co-producer in romance film Hanging Bridge (2017) and action hero Captain Sand & co-producer in Sand Storm (2018) co-starring action star Derek Ramsey & Brazilian model Diana Menesis. He is also Japanese war hero & co-producer in Memoirs of War (2019) with Jericho Rosales and the lead actor & co-producer in advocacy films the Naked Truth (2019) & Redemption (2020). With a strong entertainment background, he is the host for AutonetTV, Verisign, stunt fitness series (2017), business & technology series (2018), co-producer for travel & tourism channel (2017), & co-producer of veteran series (2019).Duy's entrance into the entertainment industry began when he was much younger. Duy has over 20 years of experience in the fashion industry as a print/fitness model, actor, and voice over talent and, despite his height, has trained models in body positioning, runway, & movement for print and camera. In addition to modeling in several catalogs, magazines, and campaigns, he began booking roles in many local industrial films & commercials. Duy has been profiled in editorial magazines Cosmopolitan magazine (2002) & Complete Woman (2002) as one of America's top 50 bachelors, which led to a guest appearance on the Regis & Kelly Show (2002) and Good Morning America (2002). He has been displayed on billboards in Chicago, the Wall Street journal, & launched several campaigns for Asics, Agile Skin Care, and Ultradent. He has appeared in catalogs for Land Rover, Weider, Asics, Mrs. Fields, and Iomega. He has also been a print model for Nordic Track, Kaplan, Sports Authority, IGEL, Hewlett Packard, Kmart, Walmart, Fred Meyer, Sears, Costco, Zions Bank, Datamark, Citigroup, Intel, Iomega, etc. Duy has acted in multiple film, industrial and commercial spots for Intel, Salt Lake 2002 Olympics, United Way, UDOT, Franklin Covey, IHC, Mela Lucca, Novell, OC Tanner, Verisign, Billiardex, Associated Foods, Skybox, KJZZ, T-Mobile (formerly Voicestream), Envision, Global Access, Verisign, Union Bank of California, Spyhop productions (Unfortunate Cookie, Suspect, Next Offer). He has appeared in infomercials for #1 selling Ab-Doer and Gyrotronic. Duy has also been judging talent, cultural and beauty pageants for over 7 years, including Martial Arts Urban Action Expo (NYC), IMTA (Int'l Model & Talent Association - LA), Miss UN-USA, Miss Asia-UT, Miss Teen Asia-UT, Mrs. Asia-UT, Miss Cambodia-UT, Miss Vietnam-UT, Little Miss Coppertone, etc.Although focused on acting, he is developing as a triple threat and continues to challenge himself as a singer-songwriter/musician & dancer. Duy has danced for corporate event Domopalooza hosting mega stars TI, Nelly, Flow-Rider, & Walk the Moon (2016). Supporting inner city peace rallies, His Redemption Band played at the 12th Annual Stop the Violence Rally in downtown Los Angeles (2015) & Harvest Peace Chapel's inaugural LA community rally (2015). They also played for Todd Dulaney, opening worship artist for 4x Grammy recipient & 11x Dove winner Israel Houghton (2015) at the historic Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA. Duy studied at both the guitar and summer sessions at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and was instrumental in starting an acoustic session with the guitar program, as well as initiating a monthly event between the House of Blues and Berklee College of Music. He also participated in a Veterans program between the college and local retired military & servicemen. He has had well known Gospel instrumentalists record on his single "Dirt Roads", such as Nicholas Baumhardt of Super Chick; percussionist & bass player of The Voice's country star Scott Mccreery; & guitarist of Audio Adrenaline.Duy's biological father passed before he was born in the war, forcing his birth mother, aunt, & cousin to flee to a refugee camp in S.E. Asia. After Duy's family received sponsorship, they immigrated to the U.S. with only the clothes on their backs. Due to difficult circumstances, Duy was placed into foster care and after multiple attempts, was adopted by his loving foster home on their 7th attempt on Valentine's day. As a love baby, Duy has dedicated his life & a portion of his earnings towards the empowerment of women and children worldwide as a board member of the Virtua Foundation. Duy's father is a retired child psychologist and his mother a loving housewife. Their combination of patience and prayer, along with Duy's immediate and extended family's love, allowed Duy to overcome the PTSD that he suffered from his escape, refugee camp experience, and separation from his birth mother. In High School, Duy was involved in student government, track & field, wrestling, & martial arts. With a minority achievement scholarship and his Marine G.I. bill, Duy graduated with honors from the University of Utah in business management & marketing. Duy served nearly 7 years with the 2nd BTN, 23rd Marines reserves and completed his enlistment as a young Sergeant in his infantry unit. Duy served under Staff Sergeant Cali, Utah's first casualty in the Iraq war. Duy subsequently graduated with an executive MBA (with distinction) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, truly helping facilitate his structured finance & humanitarian work overseas.
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