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The title of this article is conjectural.
|Behind the scenes|
Not much is known about this man's early life. At some unspecified point of his life, this man became the bodyguard of Lord Cutler Beckett from the East India Trading Company. He always accompanied his boss to defend him in case Beckett's life was in danger.
Around 1729, Beckett's Bodyguard came to Port Royal during William Turner and Elizabeth Swann's interrupted wedding. Beckett ordered his men, between them his bodyguard, to break into John Brown's blacksmith shop, arresting Will in the process. At the wedding, Beckett's Bodyguard restrained Elizabeth Swann as she tried to fight back when she was handcuffed by another EITC guard for her actions.
Later, when Will Turner was brought into Beckett's office by an EITC guard, the Bodyguard stood on the balcony talking to some other soldiers. He left the room when Turner entered, and was seen by both Turner and Beckett from the balcony on the docks of Port Royal. A time later, following the death of Captain Jack Sparrow at the hands of the Kraken aboard the Black Pearl near Isla Cruces, Beckett's Bodyguard escorted Port Royal's former Commodore James Norrington into Beckett's office. His further fate is unknown.
Behind the scenes Edit
- Beckett's Bodyguard was portrayed by Ken Lally in Dead Man's Chest.
- In LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game, Beckett's Bodyguard is absent from both the wedding scene and the Cutler Beckett's office scene. In the former, he was replaced in the role by two EITC soldiers, who simply point to Swann with their rifles to show her that she has no escape.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (First appearance)