Author Archives: Lloyd Work

About Lloyd Work

Writer. Actor. Comedian. Nerd.

The Lloyd Plan – Revisited

A Long Overdue Health Update For those of you that have known me a long time, you’ve known that my weight has fluctuated here and there over my entire lifetime. A little over 3 1/2 years ago, I posted a … Continue reading

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Thank You for Coming to See “Another Mulligan”!

Wow, I can’t believe it’s been over two months since I did a blog post. I’ve been busy! First off, I’d like to thank everyone who came to see Another Mulligan. We did the show for IndyFringe during a 10-day … Continue reading

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Tickets Now Available for “Another Mulligan”

Tickets are on Sale NOW! For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been working on a play called Another Mulligan and tickets just went on sale today. Here is the link to buy the tickets: http://www.indyfringe.org/theatre-show/another-mulligan A Play? When … Continue reading

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Coming Out (As An Ally)

I bet the title of this blog post got your attention… didn’t it? Well, let’s start things off by dispelling any rumors. I’m not gay. I am, however, coming out as an ally. What is an Ally? An ally, also … Continue reading

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Where’s Lloyd?

Hi. I’m Lloyd. Remember me? Today marks exactly one month since my last blog post. This was not by accident; it was by design. I purposely have backed off this past month to finish some writing projects. I’m attending the … Continue reading

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My Strange Hobby

I have a strange hobby. I guess I’ve always been interested in abandoned things – bridges, railways, roadways, vehicles, etc. Within recent years I’ve taken up a hobby that I call “Bridge Hunting”. About Bridge Hunting Everywhere you go, you … Continue reading

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Don’t Have A Cow, Man

Growing up half Canadian, I spent a lot of summers on my grandparent’s farm in Amherstburg, Ontario. My grandpa (Pipi, as we called him – the French slang word for “Grandfather”) raised cows, among other things. As a young lad, … Continue reading

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