Cynthia Littleton Business EditorHe was a man who was full of stories and full of life. That’s how “St. Elsewhere” showrunner Tom Fontana remembered his dear friend Norman Lloyd, the legendary actor who died Tuesday at the age of 106.Lloyd, who died at his home in Los Angeles, was a raconteur who loved to regale listeners with amusing anecdotes about his decades in the industry.
For decades, whenever Fontana would visit Los Angeles, he made a point of having dinner with his former star.“He was one of the great storytellers I’ve ever known,” Fontana told Variety.
He just had great stories about Chaplin and (Orson) Welles and Bertolt Brecht and Charles Laughton. He worked with everybody.”Lloyd was a cornerstone of “St.Read more on variety.com