Norman Lloyd Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Movies, TV Shows, Net Worth and Death

Norman Lloyd Biography (Actor)

Norman Lloyd was an American actor, producer and director. He was holly wood’s oldest known living performer from the “Golden Age with a career in entertainment spanning over nine decades.

He began his career in 1923 and he worked in every major facet of the industry including theatre, radio, television and film  his last film  Trainwreck in 2015.

Llyod apprenticed with Eva Le Gallienne’s Civic Repertory Theatre in the 1930s and worked with such influential groups as the Federal Theatre Project’s Living Newspaper unit, the Mercury Theatre and the Group Theatre.

Norman’s long professional association with Alfred Hitchcock started with his performance portraying a Nazi agent in the 1942 film Saboteur.

In 1945 Norman also appeared in Spellbound (1945), and went on to produce Hitchcock’s long-running anthology television series, Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s he directed and produced episodic television.

As an actor, Norman appeared in over 60 films and television shows, with his roles including Bodalink in Limelight, Mr. Nolan in Dead Poets Society and Mr. Letterblair in The Age of Innocence.

Norman gained a new generation of fans for playing Dr. Daniel Auschlander in the 1980s, one of the starring roles on the medical drama St. Elsewhere.

Norman’s Death | Is Norman Still Alive?

He was born on November 8,1914 in Jersey City,New Jersey.He On May 11 2021 Llyod died in his sleep at his home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles,California.He died at the age of 106 years.


Norman was born Norman Perlmutter, in Jersey City, New Jersey. He was the son of Max Perlmutter (1890–1945) and  Sadie Horowitz Perlmutter (1892–1987).

His family was Jewish and lived in Brooklyn, New York. Norman’s father was an accountant who later became a salesman  and proprietor of a furniture store. While his mother, was a bookkeeper and housewife.

She had a good voice and a lifelong interest in the theatre, and she took her young son to singing and dancing lessons.

Norman had two younger sisters, Ruth (1918-2002) and Janice (b. 1923).  He became a child performer, appearing at vaudeville benefits and women’s clubs, and was a professional by the age of nine.

Norman Lloyd Wife| Peggy

Norman’s wife of 75 years, Peggy, died on August 30, 2011, at the age of 98. They had two children, one of whom is the actress Josie Lloyd.

Norman Lloyd Obituary |  Norman Lloyd Dead

Norman died on May 11 2021 at the age of 106 years.


Morris, Marshall and Poole (MMP) and Norman Lloyd merged in a deal that will see a single business created, incorporating Welshpool Livestock Sales (WLS), one of the UK’s largest livestock marts.

The merged businesses was named Morris Marshall and Poole with Norman, which was illustrated in a logo identifying the two firms and will bring together the local expertise of both businesses specialising in residential, commercial and agricultural property and land services throughout Powys, Shropshire, Ceredigion and south Gwynedd.

Norman Lloyd Net Worth

Norman had an estimated net worth of $145 million.

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Movies And Tv Shows





October 26, 1932 – 1933


Stretcher bearer (uncredited)

Civic Repertory Theatre, New York City

December 12, 1932 – 1933

Alice in Wonderland

Walk on (uncredited)

Civic Repertory Theatre, New York City


A Secret Life, The Children’s Tragedy, Naked, Fear, The Armored Train, The Call of Life, The Sowers


The New School for Social Research, New York City


A Bride for the Unicorn


Harvard Dramatic Club


Dr. Knock


Peabody Playhouse, Boston


Gallery Gods

Peabody Playhouse, Boston


Gods of the Lightning


Peabody Playhouse, Boston

February 3 – March 1935



Longacre Theatre, New York City


School for Wives

Peterborough Players, Peterborough, New Hampshire


The Crime

Civic Repertory Theatre, New York City

March 14–May 2, 1936

Triple-A Plowed Under

Leads in vaudeville sketches

Biltmore Theatre, New York City

July 24–October 20, 1936

Injunction Granted


Biltmore Theatre, New York City

February 22–July 10, 1937


Angus J. Buttoncooper, the Consumer

Ritz Theatre, New York City

November 11, 1937 – May 28, 1938


Cinna the Poet

Mercury Theatre and National Theatre, New York City

January 1 – April 28, 1938

The Shoemaker’s Holiday

Roger, commonly called Hodge

Mercury Theatre and National Theatre, New York City

December 29, 1938 – January 1939

Everywhere I Roam

Johnny Appleseed

National Theatre, New York City

April 1939

Quiet City


Belasco Theatre, New York City

April 12 – May 11, 1940

Medicine Show

New Yorker Theatre, New York City


Pigeons and People

Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, South Carolina

February 5–22, 1941

Liberty Jones

Shubert Theatre, New York City

September 3–27, 1941

Village Green

Henry Miller Theatre, New York City

February 4–13, 1943

Ask My Friend Sandy


Biltmore Theatre, New York City

December 25, 1950 – February 3, 1951

King Lear


National Theatre, New York City


Madame Will You Walk


Phoenix Theatre, New York City


Don Juan in Hell


La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego, California


Measure for Measure


American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford Connecticut
Phoenix Theatre, New York City


Major Barbara


Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, California

July 1–12, 1992

The Will and Bart Show


Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, Massachusetts

December 5, 2010

An Evening with Norman Lloyd


Colony Theatre, Burbank, California

Norman Lloyd St Elsewhere

From 1982 to 1988 Norman played Dr. Daniel Auschlander in the television drama St. Elsewhere over its six-season run.

It was originally scheduled for only four episodes, Norman became a regular for the remainder of the series.  In addition to Ed Flanders and William Daniels, St. Elsewhere included a roster of relative unknowns, including Ed Begley, Jr., Denzel Washington, Stephen Furst, Eric Laneuville, David Morse and Howie Mandel.

Norman Lloyd Modern Family

In 2010, he guest starred in an episode of ABC’s Modern Family.