More Christopher Lloyd Bios & Profiles
Biography #2Christopher Lloyd began his career in theatre, appearing in over two hundred plays including many on Broadway, regional and summer stock productions. For his title role in Kaspar, he took home an Obie and Drama Desk award, and most recently, he appeared in a New York production of Waiting for Godot.
Lloyd began his film career in the 1975 five-time Oscar, winner One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Three years later, he followed with the role of Jim Ignatowski on the hit TV series Taxi, for which he won two Emmys. He then garnered a third Emmy for a guest appearance on Disney's Road to Avonlea.
Appearing in over ninety film and television productions, Lloyd's impressive filmography includes the Back to the Future trilogy, Things to do in Denver When You're Dead, Eight Men Out, Addams Family Values, The Pagemaster, Adventures of Buckaroo, Banzai, Track 29, Clue, The Dream Team, Star Trek III, Goin' South, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, My Favorite Martian, and Twenty Bucks, for which he won an Independent Spirit Award.
Currently Lloyd can be seen in HBO's teleplay adaptation of Margaret Edson's play Wit, directed by Mike Nichols and starring Emma Thompson. He also has two movies scheduled for release in 2002 as well as an ongoing role in PBS' Cyberchase.