Played Neville McPhee
Frank Lloyd has been in the show business industry for forty one years. He started as an office boy at 2GB and on school holidays, did radio plays for them. After completing school, he went to England to study theatre, and spent eleven years working mainly in London, but also in Paris and Rome, dubbing English voices onto movies. He returned to Australia with Leo McKern, when the Elizabethan Trust was formed. He then stayed for a couple of years before going to Canada, spending five years in Toronto and Montreal, before taking the play, The Drunkard, to New York. He returned to Europe; he had been in a disastrous car accident, and was hospitalised for a long time. This persuaded him to return to Australia. In the mid-1960s, he did the Tivoli circuit, and in the early 70s, he went to Moscow as a guest of the Ministry of Culture, representing Australian actors. Frank has appeared in numerous TV and theatre productions; his last running stage role was a 12-month stint in the successful Guys and Dolls.
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