American artist Kevin Conroy, who lent his voice for Batman in Warner Bros.’ Batman: The Animated Series, breathed his last on Thursday. He was 66 years old.
The heartbreaking news was revealed by Warner Bros. on Friday.
“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. We send our warmest thoughts to his loved ones and join fans around the world in honouring his legacy,” the company wrote on Instagram .
For starters, the 85-episode 'Batman: The Animated Series' aired on Fox Kids from 1992 to 1995. Several comic book lovers as well as critics have praised Conroy's strong, commanding voice that he gave to Batman. Due to this, Conroy earned the title of 'Caped Crusader'.
Born in New York city in 1955, Kevin Conroy learnt acting at the prestigious Julliard School. He is now survived by wife Vaughn C. Williams, brother Tom and a sister named Trisha.
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