Iconic Batman Voice Actor Kevin Conroy has Passed Away at Age 66

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It is with a heavy heart that I have to share this unfortunate news, the Iconic Voice Actor Kevin Conroy has passed away at the age of 66 after a short battle with Cancer.

Kevin Conroy was best known for his iconic role as Batman in Warner Brothers’ long-running animated television series, Batman: The Animated Series, which ran from 1992 to 1995 for 85 episodes. The series would continue with two other television shows The Adventures of Batman & Robin and The New Batman Adventures. It also included three animated films, Batman: The Mask of the Phantasm, Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub Zero, and Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman.

According to Newsarama, He also voiced Batman in almost 60 projects, including 15 films, another 15 animated shows consisting of over 100 hours of TV, and multiple video games. Conroy also played Batman in live-action for the Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossover. The actor also penned a moving story for DC Comics’ 2022 Pride Anthology, titled Finding Batman, about his life as a gay actor and how he came to voice the Caped Crusader, which DC has made available to read for free.

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Tributes from Conroy’s friends and admirers have been pouring in. “He was one of my favorite people on the planet, and I loved him like a brother. He truly cared for the people around him, his decency shone through everything he did. Every time I saw him, or spoke with him, my spirits were elevated.” Mark Hamil said in an interview according to Newsarama, that Conroy was a brilliant actor and that he would always be, his Batman.

Legions of Batman Fans, Comic Creators, and fans shared their heartbreak and tributes online to the Actor. Conroy is survived by his husband, his sister, and his brother.

Source: Newsarama

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