The star of the films of British filmmaker Albert Hitchcock, the oldest actor in the world, Norman Lloyd, died in the United States at the age of 106. He passed away at his home in Los Angeles, Variety magazine reports, citing producer Dean Hargrove.
According to the specialized Internet resource oldest.org, Lloyd was the oldest acting actor in the industry.
“The third act of his career was the best time in his life,” the publication quotes the producer as saying about Lloyd’s work in the past few years.
It is noted that until the last days of the actor's life was eventful. He tried to participate in the jury of various competitions, various festivals and shows.
Recall that the career of Norman Lloyd, born on November 8, 1914, began in the 30s. Over the years in the film industry, he has appeared in more than 60 films and television shows, including Hitchcock's “Saboteur” and “Bewitched.”