Kevin Conroy, The Voice of Batman For 20 Years Has Passed Away At 66

The voice actor for Batman, Kevin Conroy, has died. A statement on his passing is coming from Gary Miereanu, his representative. It is reported that he was 66.

Miereanu informed reporters that he died soon after he was diagnosed with cancer.

The animated television series Batman: The Animated Series aired for 85 episodes from 1992 to 1995. The TV show was so well-received that it’s considered one of the definitive shows about Batman. It also featured memorable performances by Mark Hamill as the Joker.

Conroy’s work as Bruce Wayne, and his superheroic alter ego Batman, is the basis for every iteration of Batman popular culture has seen since.

He played Bruce Wayne and Batman in a number of appearances on TV, including on “Batman: The Animated Series” and “Batman Beyond,” and it can be heard in the performances of Christian Bale and Robert Pattinson, who’ve played the character. Series” and “Batman Beyond,” and it can be heard in the performances of Christian Bale and Robert Pattinson, who’ve played the character.

Conroy’s most recent video game franchise is “MultiVersus,” which is his first as Batman. This comes after such franchises as “Batman: Arkham” and “Injustice.” The 2019 “Justice League” animated feature movie is set to be his last credited appearance as Batman; it will also be his last video game project.

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