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The voice of Batman for 3 decades, dies at 66: Kevin Conroy

Kevin Conroy was an American entertainer. He is most popular as the voice behind the DC Comic book superhuman Batman in different media, starting in the 1990s Warner Brothers. TV series Batman: The Enlivened Series as well as other television series and component films in the DC Energized Universe.

How did Kevin Conroy pass away?

Conroy died Thursday after a battle with cancer,

series producer Warner Bros. announced Friday. Conroy was the voice of Batman on the acclaimed animated series that ran from 1992-1996, often acting opposite Mark Hamill’s Joker.

Kevin Conroy, the senior American actor who is best known as the voice of Bruce Wayne in the iconic Batman animated series, passed away. The 66-year-old reportedly breathed his last on November 10, Thursday, after a short battle with cancer. Kevin Conroy’s demise was first confirmed by Diane Pershing, who had collaborated with the senior actor for Batman: The Animated Series, as the voice behind Poison Ivy. Later, the Batman voice actor’s demise was also officially confirmed by Warner Bros. Animation.

“Warner Bros. Animation is saddened by the loss of our dear friend Kevin Conroy. His iconic portrayal of Batman will forever stand among the greatest portrayals of the Dark Knight in any medium.

The iconic artist is survived by his spouse Vaughn C Williams.

DC also shared a separate article on the noted voice artist where they went on to list his career. “He would establish never-to-be-broken records as the quintessential voice of Batman, bringing the Super Hero to animated life in nearly 60 different productions, including 15 films – highlighted by the acclaimed Batman: Mask of the Phantasm; 15 animated series, spanning nearly 400 episodes and more than 100 hours of television; as well as two dozen video games,” they wrote. Mark Hamill, who voiced Joker, alongside Conroy was quoted as saying, “Kevin was perfection,” before adding, “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.”

Conroy is survived by his husband Vaughn C. Williams, sister Trisha Conroy, and brother Tom Conroy.

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