Kevin Conroy was an american actor, famous for longtime voice of animated batman. He has completed his study under actor John Houseman. Fans will always remember Conroy as the first animator to play Bruce Wayne and Batman with two unique voices, a feat Michael Keaton had already accomplished in Tim Burton’s live-action Batman movies.
Kevin, who trained under actor John Houseman at Juilliard when he was 17, received a full scholarship to enrol in the theatre programme there at the age of 17. He went on tour with “The Acting Company” in 1978 after receiving his degree from Juilliard, and he participated in the national tour of “Deathtrap” in 1979.
Batman is a superhero that features in DC Comics’ American comics and here Kavin Conroy became a voice of batman. Conroy is most recognised for his work as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the widely praised Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995). He proceeded to play Batman in a variety of animated spin-off projects that were all set in the DC Animated Universe.
In addition to playing a part in the 1985 daytime serial opera Search for Tomorrow, Conroy made a comeback on television in the television movie Covenant. From 1985 through 1986, Conroy appeared on Dynasty as the gay attorney Bart Fallmont.
He appeared as a regular on Ohara in 1987 and served as the company commander on Tour of Duty from 1987 to 1988 before acting in a number of television movies.
His position in the show was diminished while it was being recorded in Hawaii, and he wound up spending the majority of his time taking pictures of tourists on the Honolulu boardwalk despite having been initially cast as one of the main characters. On TV episodes like Cheers, Search for Tomorrow, Matlock, and Murphy Brown, Conroy has also appeared as a guest star.
Few examples of Famous Film: Chain of Desire, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, I Know That Voice, Batman vs Robin etc.
Few examples of Famous T.V. Show: A Fine Romance, Batman: The Animated Series, Bruce Wayne / Batman, Stage Batman, Greorge Washington, etc.