Sam Lloyd, an actor greatest recognized for portraying lawyer Ted Buckland on “Scrubs,” died on Thursday of problems from lung most cancers, his agent confirmed to Selection. He was 56.

In January 2019, Lloyd was identified with an inoperable mind tumor and most cancers, which ultimately unfold to his lungs, jaw, liver and backbone. He obtained the analysis simply weeks after his spouse, Vanessa, gave delivery to their first baby.

Over the course of his three-decade profession in tv and movie, Lloyd additionally held roles on reveals like “Determined Housewives,” “Seinfeld,” “Trendy Household,” “The West Wing,” “Cougar City,” “Malcolm within the Center” and “Shameless,” in addition to movies “Flubber” and “Galaxy Quest.”

Lloyd was additionally a proficient musician. He sang in a cappella group The Blanks – which made a number of appearances on “Scrubs” as The Nugatory Peons – and performed bass guitar in The Butties, a Beatles tribute band. Lloyd had additionally been slated to direct a rustic rock musical, “With Pam and Gil,” which was placed on pause when he obtained his analysis.

“It doesn’t really feel actual. It by no means will. It simply looks like he’ll stroll by the door,” his spouse Vanessa Lloyd advised Selection. “The overwhelming outpouring of affection and sharing your tales about working with or figuring out Sam retains his reminiscence alive and our hearts robust. Sam beloved his work. I need to proceed his legacy, and hope to share among the lovely songs he was engaged on for his musical and our son, Weston.”

Invoice Lawrence, creator of “Scrubs,” shared a candy behind-the-scenes picture in remembrance of Lloyd.

“Considering quite a bit about Sam Lloyd right now,” Lawrence wrote. “Actually such a form, candy man. He can be missed by so many.”

Lloyd’s “Scrubs” castmate Zach Braff additionally posted in honor of Lloyd.

“Relaxation In Peace to one of many funniest actors I’ve ever had the enjoyment of working with. Sam Lloyd made me crack up and break character each single time we did a scene collectively,” Braff tweeted. “He couldn’t have been a kinder man. I’ll ceaselessly cherish the time I had with you, Sammy.”

As a part of his tribute, Braff shared a video of Lloyd’s a cappella group singing “Someplace Over the Rainbow.” Hear beneath.





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