Clem Beauchamp Net Worth

Clem Beauchamp Net Worth is
$1 Million

Clem Beauchamp Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Clement Hoyt "Clem" Beauchamp (August 26, 1898 – November 14, 1992), also known as Jerry Drew in his 20s and early 30s acting career, first worked as a second unit director in 1935, netting the Academy Award for Best Assistant Director for his work on The Lives of a Bengal Lancer. He was nominated in the same category the following year for The Last of the Mohicans.Born in Bloomfield, Iowa, Beauchamp was one of two sons of Charles and Ula Beauchamp. His father was a druggist. The family later moved to Denver, Colorado and then to Fort Worth, Texas. After his parents divorced, his mother took her sons to Los Angeles, California where Beauchamp started working in motion pictures at age 16 as a stuntman. His first known film is Stupid, But Brave. He would later appear in The Painted Desert, sharing screen time with Clark Gable and William Boyd. In 1933, he appeared in the W.C. Fields comedy International House, in a non-credited part as a newsreel cameraman.Beauchamp had a short-lived marriage to actress and comedienne Anita Garvin, who is best remembered for the eleven films she made with comedians Laurel and Hardy. In 1935, he married script girl Sydney Hein.He went on to work on several Tarzan and Dick Tracy movies, eventually becoming a production manager. In this capacity, he worked on such films as Fred Zinnemann's The Men (1950) and High Noon (1952), Death of a Salesman (1951) and most of Stanley Kramer's best work, including The Defiant Ones (1958), Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963). He later worked on Blake Edwards' The Great Race (1965) and William A. Graham's Waterhole No. 3 (1967).He was also the production manager on The Adventures of Superman television series, starring George Reeves.Beauchamp told The Literary Digest his name was pronounced "Bo-shawm, both syllables accented alike." (Charles Earle Funk, What's the Name, Please?, Funk & Wagnalls, 1936.)

Date Of BirthAugust 26, 1898, Bloomfield, Iowa, United States
DiedNovember 14, 1992, Santa Rosa, California, United States
Place Of BirthBloomfield, Iowa, USA
ProfessionProduction Manager, Actor, Producer
SpouseSydney Hein (m. 1935–1992), Anita Garvin
ChildrenMichele Beauchamp
ParentsUla Beauchamp, Charles Beauchamp
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Assistant Director
MoviesPaths to Paradise, Listen Lena, Having Wonderful Crime
Star SignVirgo
1Favoured flamboyant apparel: Top Hat, cape and decorative cane.
1Had one daughter, Michele.
2Production manager on many of Stanley Kramer's films.

Production Manager

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.1953production manager
The Juggler1953production manager
The Member of the Wedding1952production manager
The Happy Time1952production manager
High Noon1952production supervisor
The Sniper1952production manager
Death of a Salesman1951production manager
Cyrano de Bergerac1950production manager
The Men1950production manager
Home of the Brave1949production manager
Champion1949production manager
Tarzan and the Huntress1947production manager
The Red House1947production manager
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman1946unit manager
Waterhole #31967unit production manager
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?1966production manager
The Great Race1965unit production manager
The Young Lovers1964production manager
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World1963production manager
Judgment at Nuremberg1961production manager
Inherit the Wind1960production manager
On the Beach1959production manager
The Defiant Ones1958production manager
The Proud Rebel1958production manager
The Sharkfighters1956production manager
Adventures of Superman1953-1955TV Series production manager - 39 episodes
Superman's Peril1954production manager
Superman and the Jungle Devil1954production manager
Superman Flies Again1954production manager
Superman in Exile1954production manager
Superman in Scotland Yard1954production manager
Stamp Day for Superman1954Short production manager


No More Ladies1935Drunk (uncredited)
International House1933Newsreel Cameraman (uncredited)
The Story of Temple Drake1933Third Jellybean (uncredited)
Terror Aboard1933Seaman (uncredited)
Hold 'Em Jail1932Trusty (uncredited)
Thanks Again1931Short as Jerry Drew
Three Wise Clucks1931Short as Jerry Drew
The Painted Desert1931Miner (uncredited)
Love a la Mode1930Short as Jerry Drew
Painted Faces1929Jury Member (uncredited)
Ticklish Business1929Short as Jerry Drew
Fake Flappers1929Short as Jerry Drew
Look Out Below1929ShortJerry, the drunk (as Jerry Drew)
Studio Pests1929Short as Jerry Drew
Only Her Husband1929ShortThe Flirt (as Jerry Drew)
Wise Wimmin1929Short as Jerry Drew
Beauties Beware1929ShortJerry Drew (as Jerry Drew)
Wives Won't Weaken1928Short as Jerry Drew
The Quiet Worker1928Short as Jerry Drew
Power1928The Menace (as Jerry Drew)
Girlies Behave1928Short as Jerry Drew
Just Dandy1928Short as Jerry Drew
Ladies Preferred1928Short as Jerry Drew
Indiscreet Pete1928Short as Jerry Drew
High Strung1928Short as Jerry Drew
Brunettes Prefer Gentlemen1927Short as Jerry Drew
Fox Tales1927Short as Jerry Drew
High Spots1927Short
Sure Cure1927Short
No Cheating1927Short
Queens Wild1927Short
Jungle Heat1927Short
Brain Storms1927Short
Hot Lightning1927ShortCyril - the Hotel Manager
Listen Lena1927ShortCyril - Al's Rival
High Sea Blues1927Short
Mister Chump1926ShortThe Minister
Flaming Romance1926Short
Pink Elephants1926Short
The Radio Bug1926Short
Kiss Papa1926ShortHusband Substitute
Solid Gold1926Short
Squirrel Food1926ShortThe Southern Gentleman with the Gout
Hanging Fire1926ShortA Fireman
Who's My Wife?1926Short
Pleasure Bound1925ShortShip Passenger (uncredited)
Paths to Paradise1925
Stupid, But Brave1924ShortMinor Role (uncredited)


Adventures of Superman1955-1956TV Series associate producer - 26 episodes
My Six Convicts1952associate producer
Drafted in the Depot1940Short associate producer
Sunk by the Census1940Short associate producer
Bested by a Beard1940Short associate producer
'Taint Legal1940Short associate producer
Mutiny in the County1940Short associate producer
Goodness! A Ghost1940Short associate producer
Slightly at Sea1940Short associate producer
Kennedy the Great1939Short associate producer
Act Your Age1939Short associate producer
Baby Daze1939Short associate producer
Moving Vanities1939Short associate producer
Clock Wise1939Short associate producer
Dog-Gone1939Short associate producer
A Clean Sweep1938Short associate producer
Beaux and Errors1938Short associate producer
His Pest Friend1938Short associate producer
Ears of Experience1938Short associate producer
The Stupor-Visor1938Short associate producer
The Dummy Owner1938Short associate producer
Trailing Along1937Short associate producer

Assistant Director

Tomboy and the Champ1961assistant director
Massacre River1949assistant director
Michael O'Halloran1948assistant director
Ding Dong Williams1946assistant director
Dick Tracy1945assistant director
George White's Scandals1945assistant director
Two O'Clock Courage1945assistant director
Having Wonderful Crime1945assistant director
Step Lively1944assistant director
Show Business1944assistant director
Higher and Higher1943assistant director
Tarzan Triumphs1943assistant director
The Falcon's Brother1942assistant director
The Big Street1942assistant director
The Mayor of 44th Street1942assistant director
The Gay Falcon1941assistant director - uncredited
Unexpected Uncle1941assistant director
Chicken Feed1939Short assistant director
Blamed for a Blonde1939Short assistant director
The Last of the Mohicans1936assistant director
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford1936assistant director - uncredited
We're Only Human1935assistant director - uncredited
Pursuit1935assistant director - uncredited
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer1935assistant director - uncredited


Inferior Decorator1942Short
Westward Ho-Hum1941Short
Listen Sister1928Short
A Perfect Day1927Short
Listen Lena1927Short
Mister Chump1926Short
Plumb Goofy1926Short
Kiss Me Kate1926Short


Who's a Dummy?1941Short
Westward Ho-Hum1941Short story

Set Decorator

Stage Door Canteen1943uncredited


Portrait of Jennie1948staff executive

Won Awards

1936OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Assistant DirectorThe Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935)

Nominated Awards

1937OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Assistant DirectorThe Last of the Mohicans (1936)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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