One of the most respected figures in entertainment history, actor-producer-director Norman Lloyd's résumé read like a roll call of 20th century icons. Among his collaborative partners and directors were Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles, Jean Renoir, Lewis Milestone and John Houseman; each of whom employed his crisp, professional screen and stage presence in such efforts as "Saboteur" (1942), "Spellbound" (1945), "A Walk in the Sun" (1945) and "Limelight" (1952). The Communist witch hunt of the 1950s briefly hampered Lloyd's career, but Hitchcock brought him back into the limelight as the producer of his acclaimed anthology series "Alfred Hitchcock Presents (CBS/NBC, 1955-1962). Modern audiences best knew him as the sage Dr. Auschlander on "St. Elsewhere" (NBC, 1982-88), but his career was thriving long before it, and for decades after its cancellation. A legend in the film and television field, and one of the oldest working actors in show business history, Lloyd represented the pinnacle of accomplishment and endurance for generations of fans.