Critic's Notebook: What Norman Lloyd Can Teach Us About the Coronavirus Crisis

Critic's Notebook: What Norman Lloyd Can Teach Us About the Coronavirus Crisis
The other day I spoke with my great old friend Norman Lloyd, and I do mean great and I do mean old. As an actor, Norman's credentials stretch back to the Federal Theatre days of the mid-1930s — he's the last surviving member of Orson Welles' legendary 1937 Mercury Theatre production of Julius Caesar — and he made his Hollywood debut as the villain who falls to his death from the top of the Statue of Liberty in Alfred Hitchcock's 1942 Saboteur. His most recent screen appearance was in Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer's Trainwreck; Norman always ...
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