Creator: Christopher Lloyd
Christopher Lloyd (October 22, 1938-) is an American character actor best known for his "quirky" roles as "Reverend" Jim Ignatowski on the 1970's TV series Taxi, Dr. Emmett Lathrop Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy, and Uncle Fester in The Addams Family theatrical films. Also played the evil Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Most of Lloyd's recent roles have been guest starring appearances or minor parts most likely due to his age. In contrast to many of his onscreen characters, Lloyd is quiet and reserved in real life and rarely gives interviews.He is not to be confused with an Executive Producer on Frasier and Modern Family with the same name.Still Needs a Better Description.
Roles of Note
- "Reverend" Jim Ignatowski in Taxi.
- Dr. Emmett Lathrop Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy.
- He reprised this role for the 1991 ride, the 1991-1993 animated series (appearing during the live-action educational segments that bookend each episode; the animated portions had Dan Castellaneta filling the role), and the 2010 video game.
- In 2007, he reprised the role for a DirectTV commercial, as part of a series of ads featuring characters from '80s comedies.
- In 2011, he played the character once again for a series of TV commercials for, of all things, an electronics store in Argentina.
- From 2012-2013, he voiced Doc in three Robot Chicken sketches.
- In 2014, he reprised the role once again in Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West, hiding the DeLorean in a barn.
- He's going to reprise the role yet again in Lego Dimensions.
- Merlock in DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp.
- Professor Plum in the film adaptation of Clue.
- Uncle Fester in The Addams Family theatrical films.
- Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
- Drew Blanc blurred the lines between cartoon and reality in the video game Toonstruck.
- Commander Kruge in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. (His premier theatrical role, a case of Playing Against Type going incredibly right.)
- Rasputin in the Don Bluth animated film Anastasia.
- Hacker in Cyberchase, which has ran for 8 seasons and still going.
- Al the head angel in Angels in the Outfield.
- The eponymous Martian in the remake of My Favorite Martian
- Dr. Cletus Poffenberger, the creator of Mixmaster and something of a Doc Brown Expy, in Tremors: The Series
- As Charlie, is subject to Hulk Hogan's extraterrestrial antics in Suburban Commando.
- Uncle Fred in When Good Ghouls Go Bad
- The Old, narrator King Graham in King's Quest (2015).*
- The psychologist that leads Sarah to admit her love for Chuck in Chuck.
- The mortician in Hey Arnold!
- John Bigbooté in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.
- Max Taber, one of the inmates in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. His first film role. Also interestingly his character is one of five inmates (out of 18) who is actually committed, and not attending the hospital voluntarily.
- Mr. Goodman, the marine biologist in Piranha 3D
- The gangster Pieces in Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead.
- Professor B.O. Beanes in the Amazing Stories episode "Go to the Head of the Class."
- Portrays aged rock-legend and personal hero of Walter, Roscoe Joyce, of the semi-fictional band Violet Sedan Chair in an episode of Fringe.
- Lero Sombrero in The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure.
- Grandpa Montgomery in The Haunting Hour episode "Grampires".
- Walter, the titular character's paternal grandfather in Malcolm in the Middle.
- Willie B in Flakes.
- A Back-Alley Doctor visited by Johnny in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
- Funny Character, Boring Actor: His characters tend to be larger than life. Anyone who's worked with him comes away saying that he's a pretty quiet, shy, unassuming man.
- Large Ham: And how!
- Money, Dear Boy: Got a lot less selective in picking roles after a fire destroyed his home in 2008.
- Name's the Same: Very coincidentally shares his name with a producer of Frasier and Modern Family.