Emmy-nominated actor Norman Lloyd passed away at the age of 106.
The Dead Poets Society and The Practice reported that the famous actor, producer, and director died in his sleep in his Los Angeles home on May 10.
The cause of his death is currently unknown.
A family friend has confirmed that he has switched to Deadline.
The actor was born in 1914 and began his career in show business on the New York stage.
Norman was generally regarded as the world’s oldest living movie actor who worked well into the 90’s.
He was the last surviving member of Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater – where his acting career blossomed after Shakespeare starred in a modern adaptation of Julius Caesar.
He initially starred in Citizen Kane but moved away from the project due to budget issues.
His first film came in 1942 when he starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s Saboteur. He played the role of a villain who fell from the Statue of Liberty.
The role helped him have a long relationship with Hitchcock, leading him to roles like a mentally ill in Peck and Spellbound, and worked as the director of the popular television show Alfred Hitchcock’s Sunar in the 1950s and ’60s.
One of Norman’s most memorable roles was in his 60s, on NBC’s St. Another came when the Onsite was featured as Dr. Daniel Auschlander.
In the 1970s, he earned an Emmy nomination for the NBC drama The Name of the Game.
His later films included Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence, Peter Weir’s Dead Poet’s Society, and In Her Shoes.
Her last onscreen appearance came in the 2013 movie Trainwreck, starring Amy Schumer.
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The Broadway actress married Peggy from 1936 until her death in 2011.
The couple had a daughter named Jose, who had a career as a director and actor.
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