Norman Lloyd

8th November, 1914 (Age: 103) · Jersey City, New Jersey, USA

Norman Lloyd was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Sedia and Max Lloyd. His family was Jewish. He began his acting career in the theater, first "treading the boards" at Eva Le Gallienne's Civic Repertory in New York. Aspiring to work as a classical repertory player, he gradually shed his Brooklyn accent and became a busy stage actor in the 1930s; he next joined the original company of the Orson Welles-John HousemanMercury Theatre. Lloyd was brought to Hollywood to play a supporting part (albeit the title role) in Alfred Hitchcock's Cinquième colonne (1942). Hitchcock, who later used the actor in La maison du docteur Edwardes (1945) and other ... Read more

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