“Look up mensch in the dictionary [and] there’s a picture of Norman Lloyd,” tweeted Brent Spiner, who appeared with him in a 1993 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
“Oh Norman Lloyd you were so kind to me when I was a kid starting out,” wrote actress Rosanna Arquette. “May you Rest In Peace dear man.”
British choreographer Sir Matthew Bourne also paid tribute, suggesting Lloyd had been “possibly the longest lived notable actor of all time”.
Lloyd made his final screen appearance alongside Amy Schumer in Apatow’s Trainwreck, in which he played a feisty resident of an old people’s home.
“Little Amy Schumer – what a mouth on her,” he told the Hollywood Reporter in 2016. “I was raised in Shakespearean decorum, and she’s saying ‘F*** you’ every time I turn around.”Lloyd’s other TV roles included appearances in Modern Family, The Practice and Murder.