The world of movies has always been fascinating, and we are blessed to have witnessed some of the most legendary actors and actresses in the industry. However, as time passes by, many of them have passed away, leaving behind their legacy and memories.
But who is the oldest living movie star? Let’s find out.
Oldest Living Movie Star
The title for the oldest living movie star goes to Norman Lloyd. Born on November 8th, 1914, in New Jersey, he is currently 106 years old and still going strong.
Norman Lloyd started his acting career in the 1930s with the Federal Theatre Project before moving on to Broadway shows. He was also a part of Orson Welles’ Mercury Theatre Company and played a significant role in the production of Julius Caesar (1937). Later on, he went on to work with Alfred Hitchcock in movies like Saboteur (1942) and Spellbound (1945).
Lloyd’s acting career spanned over eight decades, during which he worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. He appeared in several TV series like The Twilight Zone (1963), St.
Elsewhere (1982-88), and Dead Poets Society (1989). He also appeared in movies like In Her Shoes (2005) and Trainwreck (2015).
Apart from acting, Norman Lloyd also worked as a producer and director. He produced several episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-62) and directed an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962).
Awards & Achievements
Norman Lloyd received many accolades throughout his career. He won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his role in St.
Elsewhere (1986). He was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Screen Actors Guild in 2007.
Norman Lloyd is undoubtedly one of the most talented actors in the industry, and his contributions to the world of movies and TV shows are immense. He has inspired generations of actors and will always be remembered for his exceptional work.
At 106 years old, he is a living testament to the power of passion and dedication. We wish him good health and happiness always.