"Batman" Voice Actor Kevin Conroy Passes On


The Batman world has gone darker ... Kevin Conroy, the longtime voice man of Batman, has died. According to reports, Conroy passed away on the 10th of November, after battling with intenstinal cancer. He was 66.

Conroy began his longtime voice role as Batman/Bruce Wayne in Batman: The Animated Series, reprising his role in Batman Beyond and  the following Batman and D.C Universe animated films, except for Batman vs. Robin, where he voiced Bruce's late father, Thomas Wayne. 

 Batman: Mask of The Phantasm

 Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman

Batman: Gotham Knight

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

 Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

Justice League: Doom

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

Batman: Assault on Arkham

Batman: The Killing Joke

Batman and Harley Quinn

Justice League vs. the Fatal Five

Conroy also voiced Batman and Bruce Wayne in Justice League, Justice League Unlimited,  crossover episodes of Superman: The Animated Series and  The Zeta Project and other D.C universe media and video games.He was the first Batman voice actor to use seperate  voices to portray Batman and Bruce Wayne. He was also known for his relief efforts in the aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy in 2001.

He made appearances in several T.V shows including  Tour of Duty, Dynasty, Matlock, the miniseries Kennedy, The Office, etc.

Star Wars alum and longtime Joker voice actor, Mark Hamill and long time Batwoman/ Barbara Gordon voice actress Tara Strong have expressed their sorrow at Conroy's passing.


                            Rest in peace Dark Knight... Batman Forever!!!




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