Lloyd and his band The Butties released their debut album 12 Greatest Carols in 2005.
When Sam was younger he grew some chops at the Weston Playhouse and used his father's Super 8 camera to make home movies.
Sam's original love of theatre was spawned by his parents who worked at a nearby theatre in his hometown.
Sam Lloyd attended Syracuse University.
Lloyd and his band released Riding the Wave, their debut album in 2004.
Lloyd had a part as a coach in the 1997 hit Flubber.
Lloyd was a regular in Spin City, another Bill Lawrence-directed show.
Sam and his cousin Christopher Lloyd both guest starred on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle.
In 1998, Sam had a starring role in the TV show My Generation. His character name was Verder, Milo.
Sam Lloyd's career begun when he starred in the series Night Court. In 1988 his character was a waiter in the episode "Harry and the Tramp" and in 1989 his character was a balloon salesman in the episode "Yet Another Day in the Life".
Sam also plays the bass guitar in a band called The Butties, which is a tribute to the Beatles.
He is a member of an a capella group The Blanks, sometimes featured on the comedy series Scrubs using the names The Worthless Peon's and Ted's Band.
He is the nephew of Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future).
Son of Sam Lloyd Sr.
Sam: Who ever knew that losing my hair would create the perfect character for Bill's new show?
Sam: I remember meeting Neil Flynn for the first time and realizing just how short I really was.
Sam: Bill Lawrence will always treat you with respect, that's why I never have any problems lining up behind him.
Sam: My mom gets a little antsy whenever I mention her on the show.
(in reference to his part in "My Road to Nowhere")
Sam: I hope my mom doesn't see this episode.