Born: Unknown
- Died August 28, 1970
Honorary Life Head Trainer: 1966-1969
Head trainer: VFA 1923-24, VFL 1926-1965
Assistant Trainer: VFA 1919-1922 and VFL 1925

Beau Wallace joined Hawthorn in 1919 when the Club resumed after being in recess due to the First World War. Hawthorn was then playing in the VFA competition. In 1923 he was appointed Head Trainer.  When Hawthorn entered the VFL in 1925, Beau stepped down to assistant trainer due to work commitments before resuming as Head Trainer in 1926, a position he held with great distinction until 1965.
He served under the Club's first 19 senior coaches, from Jim Jackson in 1925 through to John Kennedy Snr in the mid 1960s. He was a major figure in the continual daily club life of that era. Such was his standing in the wider world of VFL football he was considered one of the public faces of Hawthorn.
He stood down as Head Trainer in 1965 - such was his worth and experience to the Club, he was appointed Honorary Head Trainer for Life to assist the new, younger members of the Training Support Staff.  
Wallace services were also sort after by the VFL for Victorian State Representative Teams. He served the Club for 46 years and was actively involved in fund raising committees, smoke nights and many social gatherings over that period.  Players would often drop into his furniture shop in Burwood Road to receive additional treatment for injuries and to seek advice. The Hawthorn PP&OA named their room the Beau Wallace Room to honor and respect the lifetime devotion that Wallace offered the Club.