Norman Lloyd

Still active and eagerly embracing new challenges, Norman Lloyd was working in theatre before the advent of talking films, and his career spans an astonishing eight decades. An original cast member of Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, Norman was named one of the ten best actors on Broadway in 1938 for his performance as Johnny Appleseed in Everywhere I Roam. He came to Hollowood in 1942 to appear in Alfred Hitchcock's Saboteur, and followed it with numerous film appearances, including Hitchcock's Scarface. He went on to produce Alfred Hitchcock Presents on television. He resumed his acting career with the regular role of Dr. Auschlander on St. Elsewhere for 6 seasons, and has since been a film and television regular.