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Lloyd Bochner


B: July 29, 1924 in Toronto, Ontario
D: October 29, 2005 in Santa Monica, California

Lloyd Bochner began his career as a very young boy performing in plays with the Josephine Barrington Juveniles. At 11 years old, he started in radio doing voice-over work and radio dramas in Vancouver. His work in radio continued throughout his schooling and into his adult years, with performances such as “Puck” in the CBC production of A Midsummers Night`s Dream. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Sociology degree and joined the Canadian Navy in 1943 where he served until the end of World War II. In the 1950`s, he started to get work in New York, starring in the television series Studio One and One Man`s Family opposite Eva Marie Saint. He later moved to Hollywood to play Neil Campbell in the television series Hong Kong, which led to regular roles on The Richard Boone Show and Dynasty, where he played Cecil Colby. Lloyd Bochner died of cancer at his home in Santa Monica, California.

Also see Hart Bochner.