Christopher Lloyd Net Worth

How much is Christopher Lloyd worth?

Net Worth:$40 Million
Date of Birth:October 22, 1938 (83 years old)
Height:1.85 m, 6 ft
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Christopher Lloyd Net Worth:
$40 Million

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Christopher Lloyd Net Worth and Salary: Christopher Lloyd is an American actor who has a net worth of $40 million. He is best known for his roles as Emmett “Doc” Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and its sequel Addams Family Values as well as Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. His most notable television credit was in the ’80s as Jim Ignatowski on the television series Taxi. Lloyd went on to win three Primetime Emmy Awards and an Independent Spirit Award. He has been nominated for two Saturn Awards and a Daytime Emmy Award. He has also done voiceover work in animation, usually cast as villains due to his distinctive voice.

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Inspirational Quotes by Christopher Lloyd

The film ‘Back to the Future’ certainly did a lot to put me where I am today, and I did not foresee that. I just was hoping the film would open successfully, the first one, but it’s gone way beyond what I think most of us have imagined.

Christopher Lloyd

In point of fact, I’m not sure there are too many comedies with laugh tracks anymore. Most of what you hear is live studio audience laughing as a show is filmed. If this prompts you to wonder who those actual human beings are who are laughing at some of this stuff, that is a mystification I share.

Christopher Lloyd

I was just very shy. I was never anxious to do talk shows, as I didn’t know what to say. And I don’t feel I have any inherent interest. But as I’m getting older, I feel I want to be able to share whatever I know if it means something to someone.

Christopher Lloyd

I guess nobody can teach you the knack, or whatever it is, that helps you come to life on stage.

Christopher Lloyd

Hamlet’ was the first movie I saw. In 1948, my mother said, ‘I’m going to take you to see ‘Hamlet’ with Laurence Olivier.’ She was worried about taking me to it because she wasn’t sure I was old enough to understand it or to maybe be adversely affected by it, but I got recordings of it and memorized all the soliloquies.

Christopher Lloyd