December 31, 1992 — “Local boy makes good.” California, here he comes.” “Mr. Beahm goes to San Diego.” “Hollywood or Bust.” These could all be headlines at the top of a small-town newspaper to describe the life of former Luray High School music instructor David Beahm.
Beahm, 31, a Luray native, will make his television debut in January in the “Crime-Time After Prime Time” series, Silk Stalkings. The show is on both CBS-TV and the USA Network.
Beahm, who is attending San Diego State University, recently landed a guest starring role as Arthur, a butler of one of the rich and famous. He appears in three scenes and has two lines.
A graduate student at SDSU, Beahm has made connections in the entertainment industry since his arrival in California 15 months ago, mainly due to his devotion to his field of study — musical theatre.
~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier
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