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Who was Norman Lloyd and what is his net worth?

IT was announced that actor, producer, and writer Norman Lloyd, who was a Hollywood icon died on May 11, 2021.

The esteemed mogul, who had a long career in show business, passed away at 105-years-old.

Who was Norman Lloyd?

Norman Lloyd was Hollywood producer and director who worked with the likes of Orson Welles, Charlie Chaplin, Jean Renoir and Alfred Hitchcock.

Born in 1914 in Jersey City, New Jersey, Lloyd began his acting career on stage in New York.

He appeared in several Shakespeare productions and the 1938 Broadway show Everywhere I Roam.

In Welles’ anti-fascist 1937 Broadway production of Julius Caesar he played Cinna the Poet.

He was asked to join the legendary Mercury Theatre by Welles and John Houseman in the mid-1930s.

Over his career, he appeared as the villain in Hitchcock’s Saboteur (1942) as well as Dr. Daniel Auschlander on NBC’s acclaimed 1980s hospital drama St. Elsewhere.

He once more starred as the villain in The Southerner (1945) and portrayed the headmaster in Dead Poets Society (1989).

Chaplin cast him as a choreographer in 1952s Limelight.

Lloyd passed away in his Los Angeles home on the morning of May 11, 2021, his son Michael told The Hollywood Reporter.

What is Norman Lloyd's net worth?

Lloyd is worth $5million according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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