Susan Beuselinck, Ex-Wife Of Paul Nicholas

Susan Beuselinck was the wife of Paul Nicholas born Paul Oscar Beuselinck who is an English actor and singer. Information about the childhood of Susan, her age, and other vital information are not available at the moment but we will keep you informed when any information is discovered, however, Susan Beuselinck was also called Susan Gee. Susan Gee got involved in a car accident at the age of 28 in 1977 and died.

Susan Beuselinck: Profile Summary

NameSusan Beuselinck
Famous asPaul Nicholas’ Wife
SpousePaul Nicholas
ChildrenNatasha and Oscar

Susan Gee’s ex-husband was born on December 3 1944 in Peterborough to his father, Oscar Beuselinck who was a former MI6 agent and later became an entertainment and show business solicitor. He is best known for starring in the 1983 BBC sitcom Just Good Friends.

Susan Gee’s ex-partner, Nicholas started a pop career in 1960 but diverted to musical theatre. He used the stage name Paul Dean and formed Paul Dean & The Dreamers who were booked to support The Savages, the backing band for the British rocker Screaming Lord Sutch. Using the name Paul Dean, he released two solo singles in 1965–66. As a singer, Susan Gee’s husband started his career in music at the 19, playing piano with Screaming Lord Sutch and his backing band, the Savages, in 1964. He recorded occasionally, but despite his access to early compositions by Pete Townshend (“Join My Gang”) and David Bowie (“Over the Wall, We Go”), he failed to chart a single with any of his work.
In the 1970s, he come back to the pop charts, started his acting career starring in the 1983 BBC sitcom Just Good Friends. The show won a BAFTA and Susan Gee’s ex-husband got nominated for best comedy performance.

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Susan Gee’s ex-husband was back to musical theatre and different other entertainment roles which included producing and directing. He was first noticed by Sutch. He then decided to take a new stage name, Oscar, and started his association with the Australian-born entrepreneur, Robert Stigwood. He was then signed on Stigwood’s Reaction Records label, where he had his first single under his new name, “Club of Lights”, scraped into the lower reaches of the Radio London Fab Forty chart. He became successful in the UK in musicals, starting with the leading role of Claude in Hair before winning the title role in the original London production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

In 1970, the ex-spouse of Susan Gee started his film career in Cannabis and it was followed by See No Evil in 1971 and What Became of Jack and Jill? in 1972. He also appeared in Stardust in 1974, and Three for All I 1975. In 1975, he played “Cousin Kevin”, Tommy’s vicious cousin, in Tommy, and portrayed Richard Wagner in Lisztomania (1975). He was in the BBC television comedy-drama Sunburn, playing as David Janus in 2000 and played the title role in the national tour of Doctor Dolittle and followed this with the role of Tevye in UK Productions’ national tour of Fiddler on the Roof.

He was also cast as Gavin Sullivan on EastEnders while touring in And Then There Were None and he starred as Scrooge in the Alan Menken musical, A Christmas Carol. In 2016, he was cast as Neville Chamberlain in the film Masaryk and appeared as himself in The Real Marigold Hotel shown on BBC One in March 2017.

As a producer, Susan Gee’s ex-husband produced and starred in Blockbuster, a musical, and directed a new production of Tommy at Blackpool’s Opera House during the summer of 2015. He also appeared as Judge Wargrave in And Then There Were None in the year 2015 and then starred in the national tour of Singin’ in the Rain, which was directed by Tommy Steele.

Susan Gee’s ex-husband offered Ian a partnership in co-producing and starring in a touring production of the New York Shakespeare Festival version of the popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera. The company has produced numerous shows which include, Jesus Christ Superstar, concert version, Pirates of Penzance – UK tour, and more. Nicholas has set up a franchise operation, the Paul Nicholas School of Acting & Performing Arts. The school teaches acting to school-age children.

In January 2008, Susan Gee’s ex-husband launched Paul Nicholas Community Arts, a project designed to engage disenfranchised children in the arts. The pilot scheme was funded for fourteen weeks by Wyre Borough Council. A twelve-week scheme began on 28 May 2008 in Blackpool.

Susan Gee’s ex-husband is among the notable personalities in the entertainment industry and he has contributed significantly to the industry. He was awarded a Silver Heart from the Variety Club of Great Britain and a Gold Badge Award from BASCA.

Meanwhile, Susan Gee’s ex-husband had a child at the age of 18 years with his girlfriend Patricia Brecknell. Their child was named Carl (born in 1965). He also had a second child with his ex-girlfriend, Lyn Last, and their child was called Jason (born in 1967). He then got married to Susan Gee and they had two children Natasha (born in 1969) and Oscar (born in 1971), but later got separated. He also got involved with Linzi Jennings in 1970. They were in a relationship until 1977 and got married in 1984.

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