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  1. Harold Clayton Lloyd, Jr. (25 de enero de 1931 – 9 de junio de 1971) fue un actor y cantante de nacionalidad estadounidense. Biografía. Nacido en Beverly Hills, California, fue el segundo hijo del cómico del cine mudo Harold Lloyd y de su esposa, la actriz Mildred Davis.

    • Harold Clayton Lloyd, Jr.
  2. Harold Clayton Lloyd Jr. (January 25, 1931 – June 9, 1971) was an American actor and singer. Career [ edit ] The third child and only son of the silent film comedian Harold Lloyd and former actress Mildred Davis , Lloyd made several B-movies in the 1950s and 1960s, including The Flaming Urge (1953) (one of only two starring roles ...

  3. Harold Lloyd Jr.. Actor: Frankenstein's Daughter. Harold Lloyd Jr. was born on 25 January 1931 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Frankenstein's Daughter (1958), Married Too Young (1962) and World of Comedy (1962). He died on 9 June 1971 in North Hollywood, California, USA.

    • Actor, Additional Crew, Soundtrack
    • January 25, 1931
    • Harold Lloyd Jr.
    • June 9, 1971
  4. Harold Lloyd Jr. Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: Harold Clayton Lloyd, Jr. Nacimiento: 25 de enero de 1931 Beverly Hills, California, Estados Unidos: Fallecimiento: 9 de junio de 1971 Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos: Causa de muerte: Accidente cerebrovascular: Sepultura: Forest Lawn Memorial Park: Nacionalidad ...

  5. 10 de jun. de 1971 · NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., June 9 (UPI)—Harold Lloyd Jr., son of the late silent‐screen comedian, died at a sanitarium here last night. The catise was not disclosed. Mr. Lloyd, nicknamed Duke...

  6. Harold Lloyd Jr. was born on January 25, 1931 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Frankenstein's Daughter (1958), Married Too Young (1962) and World of Comedy (1962). He died on June 9, 1971 in North Hollywood, California, USA.

  7. Actor: Safety Last!. Born in Burchard, Nebraska, USA to Elizabeth Fraser and J. Darcie 'Foxy' Lloyd who fought constantly and soon divorced (at the time a rare event), Harold Clayton Lloyd was nominally educated in Denver and San Diego high schools and received his stage training at the School of Dramatic Art (San Diego).