He was 106 years old.
American actor Norman Lloyd died on Tuesday at the age of 106 at his home in Los Angeles (California). This was reported by Variety magazine with reference to producer Dean Hargrove.
According to the data of a specialized Internet resource oldest.org Lloyd was the oldest active actor in the industry.
“The third act [of his career] was the best time of his life,” Hargrove said of Lloyd’s work in recent decades. According to Variety, until the last days of his life, the actor participated in the jury of various competitions, festivals, and shows. Lloyd’s career, born on November 8, 1914, began in the 30s of the last century in New York. During his life, the actor starred in more than 60 films and TV shows, including the films directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) Saboteur (1942), and Spellbound (1945). As a producer, Lloyd was nominated for a television Emmy Award in 1970 for The Name of the Game (1968-1971).