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Lloyd Bochner (1924–2005)

Lloyd Wolfe Bochner had that wonderfully sonorous type of voice that was always tailor-made for radio or for the stage. Unsurprisingly then, by the time he was eleven, Lloyd was already employed as part-time voiceover artist and reader of drama serials by radio stations in Vancouver. He made his acting debut as a youth with the Joseph Barrington ... See full bio »

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Unsold pilot: Starred in a pilot for a proposed NBC adventure series called "City Beneath the Sea" which also featured Francine York and Glenn Corbett. The series was rejected, but the concept was recast and became a TV movie in 1971 (City Beneath the Sea (1971)) with Stuart Whitman cast in the starring role. See more »

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Had played Dr. Wendell Roberts in The Detective (1968), based on a novel by author Roderick Thorp. His son, actor Hart Bochner, played Harry Ellis in Die Hard (1988), which was based on Thorp's novel "Nothing Lasts Forever", the sequel to "The Detective". See more »


Often played guest villains on television series See more »

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