Michael Ansara (b. 1922)
Victor Fries (Mr. Freeze) in BTAS, TNBA & Batman Beyond
Syrian-born actor, mostly cast in Middle Eastern or Native American roles.
Ed Asner (b. 1929)
Roland Daggett in BTAS
Rotund American character actor, best known as irascible newsman Lou Grant from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Lou Grant. Has done voice work on Freakazoid! and Gargoyles.
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Diedrich Bader (b. 1966)
Zeta in "Countdown", Batman Beyond
American character comedian, on TV's The Drew Carey Show and the big-screen version of The Beverly Hillbillies as Jethro. Provided the voice of Zeta on The Zeta Project and has done voice work on Hercules and Buzz Lightyear.
Adrienne Barbeau (b. 1945)
Selena Kyle (Catwoman) in BTAS and TNBA
American character actress, probably best known as Carol Trainer on Maude.
Peter Breck (b. 1929)
Farmer Brown in TNBA
American character with much experience in TV Westerns of the 60s.
Ian Buchanan (b. 1957)
Dr. Cuvier in Batman Beyond; Connor in "Old Wounds"
Scottish actor, noted for his cold-blooded charmers. Much experience in soap operas.
Ray Buktenica (b. 1943)
Dr. Hugo Strange in BTAS
American television actor.
Clancy Brown (b. 1959)
Big Time in Batman Beyond
Voice actor of much experience: Gargoyles (Hakon and Wolf), Superman (Lex Luthor) and Spongebob Squarepants (Mr. Krabs).
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Gary Cole (b. 1956)
Zeta in "Zeta", Batman Beyond
American actor. Played Jeffrey MacDonald in the 1984 TV movie Fatal Vision; Mike Brady in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel; Bill ("That'd be greeeaaaaat!") Lumbergh in Office Space. Recent voice work includes the title role in Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.
Townsend Coleman (b. ?)
Falseface in Batman Beyond; numerous supporting roles
Ubiquitous voice-performer and announcer: Gave "The Tick" his voice and announces NBC's comedy promo spots.
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Stephen Collins (b.1947)
Tony Maychek (Earthmover) in Batman Beyond
American actor, currently starring as the minister-father Eric Camden in TV's Seventh Heaven. Those with longer memories may recall him from his key supporting roles in Star Trek: The Motion Picture and All the President's Men.
Jeffrey Combs (b. 1954)
Jonathan Crane (Scarecrow) TNBA
American character actor, best known as Herbert West of the Re-animator films and Weyoun from Deep Space Nine.
Jon Cypher (b. 1932)
Dr. Ira Billings (Spellbinder) in Batman Beyond
Actor with much television experience: As the World Turns, General Hospital, Hill Street Blues, Major Dad.
Olivia d'Abo (b. 1967)
Melanie (Ten) in Batman Beyond
Robert Davi (b. 1953)
Magma in Batman Beyond
Gaunt, sinister-looking American character actor
Alexis Denisof (b. 1966)
Zander in Batman Beyond
American actor, Wesley on TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Melissa Disney (b. ?)
Curare in Batman Beyond; Blade in Batman Beyond
George Dzundza (b. 1945)
Scarface/Ventriloquist in BTAS and TNBA; Francis in "The Laughing Fish"
Burly German-born actor, first prominent in TV's Law & Order before moving into feature films. Also voiced Perry White in Superman: The Animated Series.
Bill Fagerbakke (b. ?)
Payback, Howard Lewis in Batman Beyond
American actor. Best known as Patrick Star in SpongeBob SquarePants.
Kathleen Freeman (1919-2001)
Ma Mayhem in Batman Beyond
American character actress of long experience, instantly recognizable from film and TV. Recently heard performing on Detention.
Brooks Gardner (b. ?)
Killer Croc in TNBA
John Glover (b. 1944)
Edward Nygma (The Riddler) in BTAS and TNBA
Highly respected Broadway actor with a talent for vicious snobs. Notable film roles in Love, Valour, Compassion! and Gremlins II.
Mark Hamill (b. 1951)
The Joker in BTAS and TNBA
The role of Luke Skywalker threatened to typecast Hamill, and he moved to Broadway as his film career waned. But he has since carved out a career as a voice-over artist, appearing on such diverse cartoon series as Superman, Pinky and the Brain, Powerpuff Girls, Spiderman, SwatKats, Cow and Chicken and The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest. Recently directed a mockumentary, Comic Book: The Movie.
Dorian Harewood (b. 1950)
Big Jim Tate (Armory) in Batman Beyond; Judge in "Critters"; Dan Riley in "The Forgotten"
American character actor with much voice work.
Sherman Howard (b. 1949)
Derek Powers (Blight) in Batman Beyond
American character actor. He played Lex Luthor in the short-lived TV series The Adventures of Superboy.
Olivia Hussey (b. 1951)
Talia in TNBA and Batman Beyond
Argentina-born actress. Played Juliet in the 1968 Romeo & Juliet.
Robert Ito (b. 1931)
Kyodai Ken (The Ninja) in BTAS
Canadian-born actor, best known for his supporting work in TV's Quincy.
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Kate Jackson (b. 1948)
Bombshell in Batman Beyond
Iconic actress, best known from TV's Charlie's Angels and Scarecrow & Mrs. King.
Charity James (b. ?)
Roxy Rocket in TNBA
Shannon Kenny (b. ?)
Inque in Batman Beyond
Also appeared as Sazu in Superman: The Animated Series' "Warrior Queen"
Aron Kincaid (b. 1943)
Killer Croc in BTAS; Lucas in "Prophecy of Doom"
American supporting actor.
Alison LaPlaca (b. 1959)
Mary Dahl (Baby Doll) in BTAS
American supporting actress.
George Lazenby (b. 1939)
King (from Royal Flush Gang) in Batman Beyond
Australian actor, James Bond in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Carl Lumbly (b. 1952)
Stalker in Batman Beyond
Character actor with much television experience.
Scott McAfee (b. ?)
Willie Watt in Batman Beyond
Roddy McDowall (1928-1998)
Jervis Tetch (The Mad Hatter) in BTAS and TNBA
The soft-voiced character actor was a child star brought over to the United States from Britain at the time of the Second World War, appearing in such films as How Green Was My Valley (1941) and Lassie Come Home (1943). His adult roles were more variable, but he made a strong impression (from beneath mounds of make-up) in four of the Planet of the Apes films. He also appeared as "The Bookworm" in the Adam West Batman television series and lent his distinctive voice to a number animated programs, including Pinky and the Brain and Gargoyles.
Michael McKean (b. 1947)
50s Joker in "Legends of the Dark Knight"; Ian Peak in Batman Beyond
American character actor and comedian, best known from his supporting work in Laverne & Shirley and This is Spinal Tap.
Richard Moll (b. 1943)
Harvey Dent (Two Face) and Batcomputer in BTAS & TNBA
Tall, gaunt actor, best known as Bull on the sitcom Night Court.
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Kate Mulgrew (b. 1955)
Red Claw in BTAS
American actress, best known as Capt. Janeway in Star Trek: Voyager.
Chris Mulkey (b. ?)
Walter Shreeve (Shriek) in Batman Beyond
Actor, mostly in bit parts.
Laraine Newman (b. 1952)
Mary Dahl (Baby Doll) in TNBA
Character comedienne, originally from Saturday Night Live.
Michael Pataki (b. 1938)
The Sewer King in BTAS
Character actor. As a Klingon, he wanted the Enterprise hauled away as garbage ("The Trouble with Tribbles"); as George Liquor, he terrorized Ren & Stimpy.
Ron Perlman (b. 1950)
Matt Hagen (Clayface) in BTAS and TNBA
Actor of imposing mien, equally adept at kindly and menacing roles. Both were on ample display in the character of Vincent in the TV series Beauty and the Beast. Recently lauded for the title role in Hellboy and as Slade in Teen Titans.
Diane Pershing (b. ?)
Pamela Isley (Poison Ivy) in BTAS and TNBA
Voice artist of wide range and experience.
Henry Polic II (b. 1945)
Jonathan Crane (Scarecrow) in BTAS
Alan Rachins (b. 1947)
Temple Fugate (The Clock King) in BTAS
American character actor, best known from L.A. Law and Dharma & Greg.
John Ritter (1948-2003)
Dr. Wheeler in Batman Beyond
American actor and comedian, best known as Jack Tripper from Three's Company.
Henry Rollins (b. 1961)
Mad Stan in Batman Beyond
Paul Williams on steroids: Singer-writer-character actor.
Mark Rolston (b. 1952)
Garfield Lynne (Firefly) in TNBA; Don in "Legends of the Dark Knight"; Carl in "The Eggbaby"
American supporting actor with much TV experience.
Michael Rosenbaum (b. 1972)
Carter Wilson (Terminal), in Batman Beyond, Ollie in "Where's Terry?"; Ghoul in Return of the Joker; many other supporting parts
American actor, recently the "Jack" of TV's Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane; also, as Lex Luthor in Smallville and the Flash in Justice League.
Laura San Giacomo (b. 1962)
Freon in Batman Beyond
American actress, currently as Maya on the sitcom Just Shoot Me.
Henry Silva (b. 1928)
Bane in BTAS and TNBA
Narrow-eyed American actor, usually as sinister Latins or Orientals.
Taran Noah Smith (b. 1984)
Patrick the Ratboy in Batman Beyond
American child-teen actor, the youngest of the children on the sitcom Home Improvement.
Arleen Sorkin (b. 1956)
Harley Quinn in BTAS and TNBA
American actress. Appeared for six years on Days of our Lives.
David Ogden Stiers (b. 1942)
The Penguin in Mystery of the Batwoman
American actor, best known as Charles Emerson Winchester III on M*A*S*H. Has also done much voice work: Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast; Kamaji in the English dub of Spirited Away; Governor Ratcliffe in Pocahantas; many others.
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Steve Susskind (1942-2005)
Maxie Zeus in "Fire From Olympus"
American actor, mostly in bit parts.
John Vernon (1932-2005)
Rupert Thorne in BTAS
Canadian character actor with a highly distinctive baritone. Long film experience, but will be forever remembered as Dean Wormer in Animal House.
Sela Ward (b. 1956)
Calendar Girl in TNBA
David Warner (b. 1941)
Ra's al-Ghul in BTAS, TNBA and Batman Beyond
British actor, able to impart conviction to the most improbable bosh. Science-fiction fans will recognize him as Dillinger/Sark in Tron and Chancellor Gorkon in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country; also as Steve Martin's colleague Dr. Necessiter in The Man With Two Brains. Lobe in Freakazoid (one of many performances in animation) is almost a parody of Ra's al-Ghul.
Gedde Watanabe (b. 1955)
Dr. Suzuki (Untouchable) in Batman Beyond; Principal in "Revenant."
American charater actor.
Bruce Weitz (b. 1943)
Lyle Bolton (Lock Up) in BTAS
American actor, from Hill Street Blues. Also provided the voice of Bruno Mannheim on Superman: The Animated Series.
Paul Williams (b. 1940)
Oswald Cobblepot (The Penguin) in BTAS and TNBA
Diminutive triple-threat: actor (e.g., Li'l Enos in Smokey and the Bandit) and composer/songwriter (The Muppet Movie). He's no stranger to playing short villains: He was Dr. Loveless in a Wild Wild West TV movie of the early 80s.
Treat Williams (b. 1951)
Professor Milo in BTAS
Hard-working American actor with much theater experience.