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Lloyd Bochner Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jul 29, 1924
  • Died: Oct 29, 2005
  • Birth Name: Lloyd Wolfe Bochner

After racking up impressive stage credits in Canada and the U.S., actor Lloyd Bochner familiarized himself with American televiewers in the supporting role of Captain Nicholas Lacey in the prime-time TV serial One Man's Family (1952). Dozens of guest-star assignments later, Bochner again showed up on a weekly basis as police chief Neil Campbell in Hong Kong (1960). His later TV series stints included The Richard Boone Show (1963, as a member of [[Performer~P7360~Boone~richardboone]]'s "repertory company"), and Dynasty (1981-1982 season, as Cecil Colby). In films from 1963's [[Feature~V90068~Drums of Africa~drumsofafrica]], Bochner has been seen in such characterizations as Marc Peters in the [[Performer~P43963~Carol Lynley~carollynley]] version of [[Feature~V130194~Harlow~harlow]] (1965) and Dr. Cory in [[Feature~V14967~The Dunwich Horror~thedunwichhorror]] (1969). By far, Bochner's most memorable assignment was the 1962 [[Feature~V133223~Twilight Zone~thetwilightzone[tvseries][19591964]]] episode "[[Feature~V198370~To Serve Man~thetwilightzone:toserveman]]," as the scientist who learns all too late that "It's a cookbook!"; nearly 30 years later, he parodied this deathless moment in [[Feature~V76358~Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear~thenakedgun212:thesmelloffear]] (1991). Lloyd Bochner is the father of Emmy-winning actor [[Performer~P6971~Hart Bochner~hartbochner]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi