Who is Christopher Lloyd from Rick and Morty?

HOLLYWOOD actor Christopher Lloyd will be joining the cast of Rick and Morty in a live-action production.

Lloyd will be playing Rick Sanchez with Knives Out star Jaeden Martell portraying Morty Smith.

Who is Christopher Lloyd from Rick and Morty?

Christopher Lloyd is an American actor best known for portraying Dr Emmett “Doc” Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy movies.

He made his cinematic debut in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest back in 1975. 

Lloyd starred in The Adams Chronicles and also as Commander Kruge in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

He has been in various other films such as Clue, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Addams Family, and its sequel Addams Family Values.

Why is Christopher Lloyd in Rick and Morty?

Lloyd took part in an Adult Swim Rick and Morty parody titled C-132, a reference to a multiverse.

The short clip shows a green portal and a leg wearing brown pants and black loafers coming out of the portal. 

The camera then shows Doc Brown as Rick burping. 

It’s unclear if the clip was a promo for Rick and Morty or if Lloyd and Martell will make an appearance on the next episode of the animated series.

How can I watch season five of Rick and Morty?

Rick and Morty season five airs Sundays on Adult Swim with episodes to follow on Netflix, Hulu, and HBO.

Sling TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV are also options for those with a provider login.

Called Mort Dinner Rick Andre, the first episode of season five saw Morty accidentally summon his grandfather's nemesis, Mr Nimbus.

Meanwhile Rick comes face-to-face with his greatest enemy, who mentions Rick's late wife, Diane.

Diane – who is supposedly the mother of Rick's daughter Beth – has never been seen on screen and has only been mentioned by name on a few occasions.

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