Kevin Conroy, famous for being the voice of Batman in the popular 1990s animated series, He died at the age of 66, as announced by the Peter Mayhew Foundation.
Through the official account of the Peter Mayhew Foundation it was reported that Conroy, who also participated in the sagas of Arkham Knight and Arkham Cityhe died.
Also, in the publication condolences were sent to his family:
“Members of the animated Batman family report that Kevin Conroy has died. We have had the privilege of attending conventions alongside Kevin over the years and are heartbroken by this news,” the post read.
Members of the Batman animated family are reporting that Kevin Conroy has passed away. We had the privilege of attending conventions alongside Kevin over the years and are heartbroken by this news. pic.twitter.com/rgjpB22LRb
— Peter Mayhew Foundation (@TheWookieeRoars) November 11, 2022
Who was Kevin Conroy?
Kevin Conroy was an American stage, television, and voice actor, best known for voicing the DC Comics character Batman in numerous animated series and films that comprise the DC Universe.
He was born on November 30, 1955 in New York. At 17, he was awarded a full scholarship to study at the Juilliard Precision Theater School. In 1978, after graduating, he toured with ‘The Acting Company’, in 1980 he participated in the television program ‘Otro mundo’, but he always preferred the theater. Between 1980 and 1985 he acted in a large number of classical and contemporary plays including the Broadway production of ‘Eastern Standard’ and ‘Lolita’.
He was highly respected in theater circles for his portrayal of Shakespearean characters; in 1984 he played the title role in “Hamlet” at the New York Shakespeare Festival. Kevin returned to television in the television movie Covenant. He is known worldwide for being the main voice of Batman, in Batman: The Animated Series in 1992.
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