Kevin Conroy (born November 30, 1955 in Westbury, New York) is a prolific actor most famous in the DCAU for providing the performance of Batman. His landmark portrayal, which lasted longer than any other Batman actor (live action or animated) has pressed its stamp on the Dark Knight's legacy forever. Coincidentally, he shares a birthday with Efrem Zimbalist Jr.. He has also voiced Batman in several non-DCAU projects such as direct-to-video films and video games and was the first to use different voices for Batman and Bruce Wayne, a trait which has since been adopted by Will Friedle, Rino Romano, and Christian Bale.
Non-DCAU DC Roles
Outside the DCAU, Conroy played Batman on three DC Universe Animated Original Movies as well. He also appeared in The Batman as Dick Grayson's father with Mark Hamill playing Tony Zucco. He also portrayed Batman once again in the 2009 video-game Batman: Arkham Asylum alongside Hamill as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. He and Hamill returned for the 2011 sequel Batman: Arkham City, though Harley Quinn's role was passed to Tara Strong.
- The Complete Robin Storyboard Sequence - Batman
- The Batman - John Grayson
- Batman: Gotham Knight - Bruce Wayne/Batman
- Superman/Batman: Public Enemies - Bruce Wayne/Batman
- Superman/Batman: Apocalypse - Batman
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Phantom Stranger, Batman of Zur-En-Arrh
- Batman: Arkham Asylum - Batman
- Batman: Arkham City - Batman
- DC Universe Online - Batman
- Justice League: Doom - Batman
- List of DCAU voice actors in The Batman
- List of DCAU voice actors in Batman: The Brave and the Bold
- List of DCAU actors in DC Universe Animated Original Movies