Years active 1991–2005
Movies Boyz n the Hood, Lockdown
|Name Lloyd II|
Siblings Che Avery
|Full Name Lloyd F. Avery, Jr.|
Born June 21, 1969 (age 36), Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Buried Inglewood Park Cemetery, Morningside Park, California, United States
Education Beverly Hills High School
Similar Dedrick D Gobert, Lexie Bigham, Tyra Ferrell
Died September 4, 2005 (aged 36) Crescent City, California, U.S.
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Lloyd Avery II (June 21, 1969 – September 4, 2005) was an American actor. He was best known for his character in John Singleton's Oscar-nominated film Boyz n the Hood (1991), as the triggerman who murders high school football star Ricky Baker.
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- Early life and career
- Arrest and death
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Early life and career
Shortly after his film debut in Boyz n the Hood, he landed a short stint on the hit television series Doogie Howser, M.D.. Singleton would cast Avery once again in his next film, Poetic Justice. He went on to appear in another role in Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood. Avery emerged back on the scene in 2000 starring as Nate in the critically acclaimed 2000 film Lockdown and as G-Ride in the 2001 independent film Shot.
Arrest and death
In 2005, soon after wrapping Shot, Avery was arrested for a double homicide and sentenced to life in prison. On the evening of September 4, 2005, Avery was killed in his cell in Pelican Bay State Prison. He was struck on the head and strangled by Kevin Roby, his Satan-worshiping cellmate. Despite 11 inmate counts overall, including standing counts, Lloyd´s body was not discovered until Roby laid his corpse on a pentagram he had drawn on the cell floor with blood from Lloyds lifeless body and performed a satanic ritual over it on September 6.