BIOGRAPHY Christopher Lloyd
Christopher Allen Lloyd was born on October 22, 1938 in the town of Stamford, Connecticut, USA. In addition to the future of the actor in the family of six children brought up yet. The boy was in an elite school in Newton. Having received secondary education, the guy went to college and graduated in the age of twenty. When Christopher went to New York, where he attended acting courses. Later, a talented young man got a job on the stage of the town of Yale, where his colleague was Meryl Streep. After some time, Lloyd played in Broadway productions.
At the age of thirty-eight Lloyd's debut on the big screen in the drama "Flew Over the Cuckoo", where he brilliantly played the role of one of the psychiatric patients. A year later, an aspiring actor moved to Los Angeles to be closer to the world of cinema. In forty years of age, Christopher has appeared in the western "Heading South," where he played a small but vivid role of a deputy sheriff. The following year, launched a dramatic painting "The Onion Field" in which the actor appeared in the form of prison lawyer. In the late '70s, Lloyd was involved in the action movie "Abduction of the American," where he again played a secondary role. In the early 80s he started the psychological thriller "Schizoid" with Christopher. A year later, he shone in the role of the seller in the famous criminal melodrama "The Postman Always Rings Twice." Soon the actor began filming a TV serial film "Taxi", for which he received two awards, "Emmy." In the same year, Christopher took part in the successful comedy project "To be or not to be."
A year later, Lloyd flashed in adventure fiction "Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock", then gathered in a huge worldwide box office cashier, many times exceeding the budget picture. In the mid 80s the actor was invited to the shooting of the famous comedy "Back to the Future," where he played the role of a talented scientist who has created a time machine, which moved it another schoolboy in the past. This picture has surpassed all expectations and gave Lloyd a long-awaited glory. Subsequently, two more have been removed part of a successful box office hits with Christopher. In 1985 he started a detective film "Clue", where the actor played the professor, one of the suspects in the murder. Three years later, the debut film "Route 29", where Lloyd has once again demonstrated his unique acting skills. In the same year he was involved in the drama "Eight out of the game", tells the story of a baseball team in Chicago. Soon, Christopher acted as a judge in the animated fantasy "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." By the later work of a Hollywood actor can carry a fabulous parable "Route 60", where he appeared in the form of a mysterious eccentric. In 2003, Lloyd was involved in the multi musical film " I have a dream. "Also Christopher voice can be heard in many animated projects for children.
Lloyd four times officially married. Fourth was the wife of actor Jane Walker Wood engaged in writing activities. Their marriage broke up after