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Eric Lloyd Biography
Eric Lloyd is an American actor, comedian, musician, and producer best known for work as a child actor in such roles as Charlie Calvin in Disney’s The Santa Clause film trilogy, and as “Little John” Warner in the NBC television series Jesse.
Eric Lloyd Age
She was born on 19 May 1986, Glendale, California, United States. She is 32 years old as of 2018.
Eric Lloyd Parents
He was born to David Morelli and Melissa Rogers.
Eric Lloyd Wife
He is married to Lisa Marie Tasker.
Eric Lloyd Career
His television career began when, between ages 2 and 5, he was cast as a young Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) in episodes of The Wonder Years.
His film credits include Batman & Robin, Dunston Checks In, My Giant, The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars and The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue.
In 2015, Lloyd partnered with his college roommate Tyler Payne and opened LP Studios. LP Studios is a production and post-production music and film space located in Glendale, California.
Eric Lloyd Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand.
Eric Lloyd Height
He is 1.75 m tall.
Eric Lloyd Movies
|2011||ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2||Geeky Worker|
|2006||The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause||Charlie Calvin|
|2002||The Santa Clause 2||Charlie Calvin|
|1998||My Giant||Young Sammy Kamin|
|1998||The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars||Blanky (voice)|
|1997||A Christmas Memory||Buddy (7-year-old)|
|1997||The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue||Blanky (voice)|
|1997||The Spittin’ Image||Wally|
|1997||Batman & Robin||Young Bruce Wayne|
|1997||Deconstructing Harry||Hilliard “Hilly” Block|
|1996||Dunston Checks In||Kyle Grant|
|1996-1997||The Oz Kids||Neddie (voice)|
|1994||Greedy||Joe McTeague (7 years old)|
|1994||The Santa Clause||Charlie Calvin|
|1993||Heart and Souls||Thomas Reilly – age 7|
Eric Lloyd Tv Shows
|1989||The Wonder Years||Young Kevin Arnold|
|1992||Laurie Hill||Leo Hill|
|1993||A Family Torn Apart||Chris Hannigan|
|1994||In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness||Young John Lynch|
|1994||Seasons of the Heart||David|
|1995||Abandoned and Deceived||Matthew|
|1995||The Busy World of Richard Scarry||Vanderbuilt|
|1997||A Christmas Memory||Buddy|
|1998-2000||Jesse||Little John Warner|
|2000||Rocket Power||Josh (voice)|
|2011||About Abby||Xander Falls|
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Lloyd was only 8 years old when he made the first The Santa Clause in 1994. He played the role again in the 2002 and 2006 sequels, but has since stopped regularly appearing on movies and television.
According to his IMDb page, he didn’t work in the industry at all from 2006 to 2011. His most recent projects include the 2017 TV movie Weedland and the 2018 movie The Onyx of Wall Street.
Lloyd has spent more of his time in the music world. In 2015, he co-founded LP Studios in Glendale, California. He was also a member of the band Radiomason as the guitarist and lead singer.
In a 2015 interview with ABC News, Lloyd said he still gets recognized on the street by fans of The Santa Clause and he doesn’t mind it one bit.
“People will say, ‘Did I go to high school with you, or something?’ and I’ll say, “I don’t know, maybe!” Lloyd said at the time.
“It’s one of those films that when anyone that does recognize me it’s because they really enjoyed the film. It’s those people that watch it every year and are true fans of it.”
“It’s very humbling, the fan base,” Lloyd added. “They really do love the movie, so it doesn’t bother me at all.”
In a 2017 interview with ABC News, Lloyd revealed that he wore fake teeth during the filming of The Santa Clause.
“The montage sequence where they’re getting [Scott Calvin] ready for his first Christmas, there’s a scene where we’re dancing down the hallway. That scene had to get pushed up in production because I had knocked my teeth out the night before,” Lloyd recalled.
He added, “I was getting to that age where my teeth were falling out, so my bottom two teeth throughout the whole film are all fake teeth, because my bottom two teeth fell out naturally at the beginning of the film.”
Lloyd told ABC News in 2015 he didn’t think The Santa Clause was going to become the Christmas classic it is now considered.
“I got a renewed sense of pride in it when I saw the 20-year reunion video,” he said. “You don’t really think about how a kid’s movie like that would be made today — with the idea of divorce in there, the dead beat dad and the intense humor.
It makes me think of what a staple it is in the holiday film genre, so I’m definitely happy I was a part of it.”