Commercial Broker Found His Calling After ‘Land of the Lost’

CoStar   |   Lou Hirsh

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Bill Boyd, now an executive with large West Coast brokerage Kidder Mathews, didn’t always work in real estate. As a forward standing 6 feet, 7 inches tall for the University of Southern California basketball team, he turned out to be perfect casting for the role of a lizard-like sleestak in “Land of the Lost,” a staple of mid-1970s Saturday morning, kid-focused television.

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