Lloyd studied at East 15 Acting school and has since gone on to be an actor, writer and performance poet. He has worked both nationally and internationally on stage in a range of roles performing with The National Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe, The Birmingham Rep, and Theatre Royal Stratford East amongst many others. He received critical praise for his one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was a winner of the BBC's Norman Beaton Fellowship which led him to become a member of BBC Radio Drama's rep company. He has worked extensively in radio drama with a regular role in the Asian Network soap 'Silver Street' and more recently a recurring role in the BBC's epic WW1 drama, 'Home Front'. His film work includes Doctors and the award-winning web series 'Chuggers'. As a writer, Lloyd has written for the RSC's Tartuffe.