Kevin Conroy Died At 66: How Did Voiced Batman Passes Away?

Kevin Conroy Died At 66: How Did Voiced Batman Passes Away?
Kevin Conroy Died At 66: How Did Voiced Batman Passes Away?

Kevin Conroy Died: Kevin Conroy, who voiced Batman on Warner Bros.’ “Batman: The Animated Series,” died after a brief cancer fight. 66.

Who Was Kevin Conroy?

Batman Star Kevin Conroy Dies

Fox Kids showed 85 episodes of “Batman: The Animated Series” from 1992-1995. Critics and comic book enthusiasts praised Conroy’s rich, gravelly Batman voice as the quintessential Caped Crusader. Mark Hamill’s Joker portrayal was also notable.

“Kevin was perfection,” Hamill added. I loved him like a brother. His kindness was evident in everything he did. He always lifted my spirits.”

Conroy voiced Batman in other DC productions, including the “Batman: Arkham” and “Injustice” video game franchises, due to his popularity. “Batman: Gotham Knight” (2008), “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies” (2009), “Justice League: Doom” (2012),

“Batman: The Killing Joke” (2016), and “Justice League vs. the Fatal Five” (2019) were among his DC Universe Animated Original Movies. Conroy’s final credited Batman role was in Warner Bros.’ “MultiVersus” earlier this year.

“He’s iconic,” Conroy told DC in 2014. “He’s such an American cultural icon. It’s fantastic to contribute to.”

“Chain of Desire,” directed by Temístocles López, was Conroy’s first live-action film. He also had recurring roles on the NBC serial opera “Another World” and in iconic shows like “Dallas,” “Murphy Brown,” and “Cheers.”

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Conroy voiced other characters. He also voiced “Scooby-Doo” and “Masters of the Universe.” In 2021, he played Mer-Man in Netflix’s “Masters of the Universe: Revelation” and “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” (playing Hordak earlier this year).

“Warner Bros. Animation is heartbroken by the loss of our good friend Kevin Conroy,” WB Animation announced. “His legendary Batman performance will always be one of the best. We wish his family well and join fans worldwide in commemorating his legacy.”

This year, Conroy penned “Finding Batman” for DC Pride 2022. Conroy was the only homosexual Batman actor. “Finding Batman” chronicled the actor’s time as Batman and his sexuality discovery.

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Conroy passed away after a brief battle with cancer, according to a statement released by DC Comics. His spouse Vaughn C. Williams, sister Trisha Conroy, and brother Tom Conroy all lived on after him.

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