He died of cancer unfortunately. He will be missed by lots of people though. For example, his friends, family, and his fans that watched through his acting career. At least he didn’t die of the virus, to me that would seem more unfortunate because he could’ve lived longer than with cancer. Cancer is very complicated and still not the best way to die, yet a way non the less
“Bill Lawrence, creator of “Scrubs,” shared a behind-the-scenes snapshot of Lloyd, captioning it: “Thinking a lot about Sam Lloyd today. (Ted). Truly such a kind, sweet guy. He will be missed by so many." Zach Braff tweeted: "Rest In Peace to one of the funniest actors I’ve ever had the joy of working with. Sam Lloyd made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together. He could not have been a kinder man. I will forever cherish the time I had with you, Sammy.
Yeah, you see? There are people who will miss him which is a good thing in my opinion. Also at least he has lived a longer life than some younger people now. 56 seems like a pretty long life and also a happy one especially because of the job he was able to have while his years of life lasted.
“Robert Maschio shared a photo of himself alongside Lloyd, writing: "Simpler times, happier days, the kindest man I ever met. Easy going Sam, Rest In Peace. #RIPSamLloyd."
I will just end this here by saying RIP Sam Lloyd as well. I never really watched too much of his acting, but this is an opportunity to start then. Hopefully his close friends and family handle this whole thing well. And that is all for this first blog post.
(Quotes by a Fox News post.)
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