William Beck is a Welsh-born actor, best known for his appearances on television in the United Kingdom as Royston White on BBC One drama series Robin Hood, and Dylan Keogh on BBC One drama series Casualty where he is a fan favorite.
Beck studied at Kineton High School, Warwickshire, and began studying to be a doctor before deciding to go into acting. He trained as an actor at the Poor School, London, with EastEnders actress Jessie Wallace amongst other notable alumni.
He has appeared in popular feature films such as Snatch (2000), directed by Guy Ritchie, Gypsy Woman (2001), Quicksand (2003), Fallen (2004), The Truth (2006), More More More (2007), Goal II: Living the Dream (2007), The Agent (2008), Infidel (2009) and Bitter Harvest (2017).
He has appeared in television programmes such as The Bill (1999), Attachments (2000), Serious and Organised and The Canterbury Tales (2003), Red Cap and Second Generation (2003), The Murder Room (2004), Johnny and the Bomb, Vital Signs and Robin Hood (2006), Northanger Abbey (2007), Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (2008), M.I. High, Hustle, Casualty and The Suspricions of Mr. Whicher (2011), Holby City (2012), Whitechapel (2013), Midsome Murders, Death In Paradise, The Devil's Harvest, The Great Fire and Casualty (2014) and Kim Philby – His Most Intimate Betrayal (2015).
William's theatre work includes: They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1999), Kes (2004), Festen (2004), The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes (2008), The Merchant of Venice (2008), The Taming Of The Shrew (2008) and Arthur and George (2010).