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Christopher Lloyd [12]

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Born:October 22, 1938 (79)
Filmography Rating:7.12 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.94 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.35 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:79.79%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock [1984](46) => Cmdr. Kruge
Back to the Future [1985](47) => Dr. Emmett Brown
Clue [1985](47) => Professor Plum
Who Framed Roger Rabbit [1988](50) => Judge Doom
Back to the Future II [1989](51) => Dr. Emmett Brown
Back to the Future III [1990](52) => Dr. Emmett Brown
The Addams Family [1991](53) => Gordon Craven / Uncle Fester
Addams Family Values [1993](55) => Uncle Fester Addams
The Pagemaster [1994](56) => The Pagemaster / Mr. Dewey
Anastasia [1997](59) => Rasputin (voice)
The Tick [2001](63) => Mr. Fishladder
I Am Not a Serial Killer [2016](78) => Crowley

Trivia that mentions this person:
Back to the Future [1985]
  • When Lorraine follows Marty back to Doc's house, she and Doc exchange an awkward greeting. This marks the only on-screen dialogue that Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson ever have, though they have appeared together in five movies and one TV movie.
    Back to the Future III [1990]
  • This movie actually contains Christopher Lloyd's first on-screen kiss.
    Twins [1988]
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Hulk Hogan have all revealed in interviews that Schwarzenegger and DeVito were given the option of doing this movie or Suburban Commando; had the two chosen Suburban Commando, Hogan and Christopher Lloyd would have done this movie.
    UHF [1989]
  • Although the character of "Stanley Spadowski" was written with Michael Richards in mind, Christopher Lloyd was also considered.
    The Pagemaster [1994]
  • Christopher Lloyd's character, Mr. Dewey, resembles to Charles Dickens as a reference to the great writer from XIX century.
  • This movie stars four regular cast members from various Star Trek television series: Patrick Stewart; Leonard Nimoy (Dr. Jekyll has Vulcan shaped ears); Whoopi Goldberg and Robert Picardo. As well as this movie featuring four Star Trek regulars, it also starred two actors who have Star Trek connections: Christopher Lloyd, who played Klingon Commander Kruge in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and Ed Begley Jr., who played Henry Starling in two episodes of [Star Trek: Voyager] namely {Future's End: Parts 1 and 2}.
  • Christopher Lloyd's character, Mr. Dewey, is named after the Dewey System, a system of organizing books in a library.