Adam West Net Worth

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Adam West net worth is
$30 Million

Adam West Wiki Biography

William West Anderson was born on the 19th September 1928 in Walla Walla, Washington State, USA. He is an actor well known under the stage name Adam West, perhaps still principally recognized as the person who created the picture of Batman in the television series “Batman” (1966–1968) and the feature film under the same name (1966). Acting is the main source of Adam West net worth. He has been active in the entertainment industry since 1954.

So just how rich is Adam West? Reportedly, the net worth of Adam West currently stands at $30 million, accumulated during his more than 60 years in the entertainment industry.

Adam West Net Worth $30 Million

West was raised in Walla Walla by his parents, Audrey V. Speer and Otto West Anderson, and was educated at Walla Walla High School and Lakeside School. Later, he entered Whitman College to study Literature and Psychology. West worked on American Forces Network television when drafted to serve in the US army. Afterwards, he pursued a career in acting which not only made him popular but also added significant sums to the total size of Adam West’s net worth.

During the half-century West has been involved in the entertainment industry, he has landed a number of popular roles. However, the role which made him famous and rich is that of Batman. Although years have elapsed since then, West is still associated with the previously mentioned role, as the series “Batman” created by William Dozier was considered to be the biggest phenomenon in 1960’s. Mostly positive reviews were also given to the feature film “Batman” directed by Leslie H. Martinson.

Following his very successful portrayal of Batman, Adam West has landed more than 50 other roles on the big screen. Among the most important roles are Lionel Lamely in the film “The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood” (1980) directed by Alan Roberts, Capt. Tom Churchman in the zombie film “Zombie Nightmare” (1986) directed by Jack Bravman, Prescott in the film “Omega Cop” (1990) directed by Paul Kyriazi, Ludwig Von Helsingmeister in the comic horror film “American Vampire” (1997) directed by Luis Esteban, Dr. Harryhausen in the monster film “Monster Island” (2004) directed by Jack Perez and others. In fact, films increased the size of Adam West net worth considerably.

Furthermore, television is also a significant source of Adam West’s net worth. He has appeared in a number of series, including “Legends of the Superheroes” (1979), “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” (1993–96), “George Lopez” (2007) and others. West is also known as the voice actor who worked in such well known series as “Rugrats” (1992), “The Simpsons” (1992, 2002), “Jonny Bravo” (1997) and “Family Guy” (2000–2002, 2005–present).

In recognition of his services to the movie industry, Adam West was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in 1020, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2012.
Additionally, Adam West is known as the author of the books “Climbing the Walls” (1986) and “Back to the Batcave” (1994), which also added sums to Adam’s net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, Adam West has been married three times. In 1950, he married Billie Lou Yeager but they divorced in 1956. A year later, he married Frisbie Dawson with whom he spent five years. In 1970, West married Marcelle Tagand Lear and they are still together. Adam West has fathered six children.

Full NameAdam West
Net Worth$30 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 19, 1928
Place Of BirthWalla Walla, Washington, United States
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor, Voice Actor, Presenter
EducationLakeside School, Whitman College
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseMarcelle Tagand Lear (m. 1970), Frisbie Dawson (m. 1957–1962), Billie Lou Yeager (m. 1950–1956)
ChildrenNina West, Hunter Anderson, Jonelle S. Anderson, Perrin West
ParentsAudrey V. Speer, Otto West Anderson
SiblingsJohn West Anderson
NicknamesWilliam West Anderson , Will West , William Anderson , Billy West Anderson , Awest
AwardsTV Land Anniversary Award, TV Land Favorite Crimestopper Duo Award, TV Land Favorite Crimestopper Award
MoviesBatman, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, Robinson Crusoe on Mars, Chicken Little, Meet the Robinsons, Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt, The Outlaws Is Coming, The Young Philadelphians, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Soldier in the Rain, American Vampire, The Girl Who Knew Too Muc...
TV ShowsBatman, Family Guy, Legends of the Superheroes, The New Adventures of Batman, The Last Precinct, The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs, The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, Danger Theatre, Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show, Tarzan and the Super 7, The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour, The ...
1His glasses.
2His iconic role as Batman (1966)
3Radio disc jockey voice
Batman: The Movie (1966)$100,000
1[in 2005] Batman was comedy, let's face it. What I loved about Batman was his total lack of awareness when it came to his interaction with the outside world. He actually believed nobody could recognize him on the phone, when he was being Bruce Wayne, even though he made no attempt to disguise his voice.
2But I am simple in that I no longer feel the need to walk on a red carpet. I am a private person. I don't need a lot of company. And I find it really, really difficult to talk about myself.
3[About some of his ideas for stories on Batman (1966)] My Bruce Wayne would have been romancing Catwoman with a brandy snifter full of milk. Then he would have said something silly, like, "Man cannot live on milk alone.".
4If you hang around long enough, they think you're good. It's either my tenacity or my stupidity, I'm not sure which.
5[In 1995] That typecasting is a mean, long-fanged yellow dog that grabbed my leg about three in the morning at least once a week. It was tough to deal with.
6[In 1997] I could even wear my old tights, after getting all the mothballs out of it, and come back in the original Batmobile.
7[About the frustrations in trying to break out of the "Batman" shadow] I'd go in to have meetings about different role that were more serious or substantial than what one might have considered Batman to have been. They'd usually wind up saying, "Batman can't be in bed with Faye Dunaway.".
8[About wearing his costume on Batman (1966)] It brought me an occasional reward. The tights were itchy, and it was really, really hot. Believe me, it was 180 degrees under that cowl. But it was magic. I'd pull it on and I'd think, "Let's go out and play Batman & Robin!" It's the only way you could get at it, to be childlike and remember those times.
9[His thoughts on the effect Batman (1966) has had on his life] In a lot of people's mind, I AM Batman, and that's been kind of a two-edged sword.
10[In 1989] Who can say it's a mistake, but I know from my mail, and I get thousands of letters from Batman fans, that they resent it.
11[In 2010] I think it evolved. I learned a long time ago that because people love Batman, I should too. I learned that I shouldn't resent it even though it prevented me from getting other roles. I really had to become fond of Batman in order to deal with it. I embraced it.
12[Who told spectators The Penguin was a villain on Batman (1966)]: Robin and I were in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner in the Batcave when we got word the Penguin might be in Houston so we rushed over.
13Unless the thinking of the major producers has become senile, they can perceive that I'm not Batman.
14[About returning to the role that made him famous] It's dramatized to an extent, but most of it really did happen. All good comedy is based on truth. Now they're saying we're a wonderful comedy team. What were we before?
15[About one of his hobbies] It's important to us. Wetumpka isn't considered a great golf school, but this would be a great way to go out. We've got some young guys who need to keep getting better.
16[In 1966] Batman must be played with utter conviction. There is a line which I must follow, between satirizing the character and playing it dead-serious.
17[In 1998] There's no Bat gadget better than a seat belt for safety.
18[In 2003] That was a reference to Batman drinking the mickey in that first episode and him doing the Batusi. I'm always asked, "Do the Batusi!".
19[about his career after being typecast as Batman] I was rushed into some not very good movies, and I just hit the beach and nursed my wounds for a while. Part of it was the dinosaurs of Hollywood went away, people who don't get it. I was certainly more welcome when the younger people came in.
20But of course, it's up to me to make whatever roles I play convincing and believable.
21[In 1972] I think when you examine other careers, there's always a cooling-off period. They go on to other things, but there's a cooling-off period. You can't sit on your duff and wait for the phone of ring and someone say you're a star. You have to get out and work for it.
22[Of his Batman (1966) experience] Regardless of how rough the identity factor has made it to go on, looking at the balance sheet, I'm grateful for the Bat. It did more for me than against me. It gave [me] money, an international name, the kind of recognition that has allowed me to at least disprove what it caused. That may be tougher than starting from scratch, I don't know.
23[When responded if he sat in the bar]: No, I'll sit at the bar. I don't want to be conspicuous.
24[If he was worried about playing Batman]: I was worried at first. I was afraid that my own identity might be submerged in the trappings of a freak in tights. But then I realized I should be able to make the craze work to my advantage.
25Before I was limited to playing leads in low-budget movies. The series has given me the exposure - God knows - so that perhaps I would now be considered for important pictures, which is what I'm after.
26I can't tell you how grateful I am to those fans. They are not stupid. I think they appreciate my sincerity and my work. Actors want to be loved. Batman (1966) has done that for me. I have an audience out there which is always waiting to see whatever I do. And new generations are constantly discovering me in reruns. So, as long as I stay sharp, good things can still happen for me. Meanwhile, I keep hoping that a wonderful opportunity will come along. Believe me, my life ain't so bad, after all.
27[on his being passed over for Tim Burton's 1989 Batman (1989)] I cried for an hour, but then I was okay. I wanted it! I don't know. I figured that's their business and they have a film in mind. I've already done it. I've done my Batman. Look, do you want the classic Coke or the new stuff? Maybe both. I do know that I'm disappointed not to have had a chance to play Batman, but they have their vision and I have mine.
28[on his disappointment with the direction Batman (1966) was taking, especially during its second and third seasons] "Batman" was an expensive show and it was losing money. I became extremely frustrated and unhappy and wanted out. There was nothing I could do to convince the producers or the studio to make improvements. I was just a hired hand. Eventually, I lost all interest because I felt the series was being neglected. They weren't spending the money they should have, and we weren't getting the scripts we deserved. I didn't want any part of this situation any more. I was tired of fighting for better shows. The program I wanted to do was no longer possible. But I hated to leave the character because Batman had been good to me.
29[on his typecasting as The Caped Crusader] It was inescapable. I'd just about land something substantial, something I like or a good career move. Then some dinosaur would rear up and say, "But the audience will think of him as Batman." It was formidable. It was there like a brick wall.
1Didn't study acting in college.
2After his role on Batman (1966), he was severely typecasted, hence, he had trouble finding other roles, which halted his acting career, he also make money for whatever jobs he had to do.
3His mother had no choice other than to abandon her own Hollywood dreams to care for her family.
4By mutual agreement, West was released from his contract at Warner Bros. (as did fellow actor James Garner, but over a contract dispute) in 1960, because they lost the studio's relationship with ABC, whose network didn't have enough shows that they aired before. He decided to move on.
5His real name was taken from a Western actor.
6Of Swedish descent.
7West is the only actor to portray Batman in both live-action and animated form. He played Batman onscreen in Batman (1966), Batman: The Movie (1966), and Legends of the Superheroes (1979). He voiced Batman in The New Adventures of Batman (1977), Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984), and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985).
8The Jan. 6, 1971, issue of Variety, in the Italian Films in Production section, lists a movie starring Adam West, Claudine Auger, Giancarlo Giannini, and Philippe Hersent called Cold Fury, directed by Bruno Gaburro, producer Franco Paolini, to begin filming Jan. 18, 1971. No evidence the film was completed or released.
9In 1940, when young Adam was only 12, he found his own mother in bed with a local preacher.
10He once pulled pranks on his mates, who then stole the school bus, once, to take a date for his prom, which eventually got him into a lot of trouble.
11Surrogate grandfather of Lisa Ward and Melody Lane Ward (Burt Ward's daughters).
12Was considered for the role of Popeye Doyle in The French Connection (1971).
13Has a younger brother, John.
14In his youth, he briefly lived in Sacramento, California.
15His real name was taken from the first television cowboy.
16Despite the feud with Burt Ward on the set of Batman (1966), West had fun with him.
17Before he was a successful actor, he did everything from a custodian to a station manager at Stamford University.
18Was a farm boy until his parents got divorced when West was 15, and he moved to Seattle, Washington with his mother and his brother John.
19When he moved to Los Angeles to become an actor, he legally changed his name from William West Anderson to Adam West, this was because it was too long.
20He had guest-starred on an episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993), where Victoria Rowell's character was copying one of his stuntwork, taken from Batman (1966), a series West starred in years earlier.
21He was born on the same day, seventeen years later, as Randolph Mantooth. West guest-starred with him on Emergency! (1972).
22Alongside Norman Lloyd, William Daniels, Dick Van Dyke, Ernest Borgnine, Mickey Rooney, Betty White, Angela Lansbury, Charlotte Rae, Marla Gibbs, William Shatner, Larry Hagman, Florence Henderson, Shirley Jones and Alan Alda, West is one of the few actors in Hollywood who lived into their 80s and/or 90s without ever either retiring from acting or having stopped getting work.
23Lives not too far from Tom Hanks and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
24The show that he didn't like was Super Friends (1973).
25Owns a house in Palm Springs, California.
26Became a grandfather in 2014.
27He is most widely known to be a very private man.
28Longtime friend of Ernest Borgnine.
29He has played the same character (Doc Holliday) in three different series: Sugarfoot (1957), Colt .45 (1957) and Lawman (1958).
30He was born exactly one day after his Batman(1966) Special Guest Villain Roddy McDowall. Both guest starred on Batman: The Animated Series(1992) as well.
31He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Whitman College, in his home town of Walla Walla, Washington, and where he was also a member of the public speaking and debating team.
32Has made an appearance at every San Diego Comic-Con International beginning in 2007, up to and including 2014.
33Both West and his long time friend, Ernest Borgnine had roles on SpongeBob SquarePants (1999), Borgnine appeared as Mermaid Man in 15 episodes, with West appearing as Young Mermaid Man in one episode in 2010, which also featured Borgnine.
34Is a comic book buff, cowboy buff and movie buff.
35Along with Roddy McDowall, Bob Hastings, Barry Dennen, Steve Franken, Michael Pataki and Judy Strangis, he is one of only seven actors to appear in both Batman (1966) and Batman: The Animated Series (1992).
36Resided in Los Angeles, California for 30 years, from 1959 to 1989. Moved to Ketchum, Idaho in 1989.
37Made 9 guest appearances on Politically Incorrect (1993), which was hosted by Bill Maher, who was one of his lifelong fans.
38Began his television series Batman (1966) at age 37.
39His idols when he was very young were John Wayne and Burgess Meredith.
40The Batman costume worn by Adam West is now a part of The Azarian Collection.
41Is the celebrity spokesperson for LendingTree and for Hebrew National Hot Dogs.
42Acting mentor and friends with Burt Ward.
43Was considered for the role of Thomas Wayne in Batman (1989), but lost the role to David Baxt.
44While living in Hawaii, before becoming a successful actor, West took the role of sidekick on a local (Honolulu, Hawaii) children's television program, called (the) "El Kini Popo Show," which featured a chimpanzee. Eventually, West graduated from sidekick to star/host of the program.
45Was screen tested for Tracy Steele in Hawaiian Eye (1959), but lost the role to Anthony Eisley.
46His agent is Fred Wostbrock.
47He was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on April 10, 2010.
48He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6764 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on April 5, 2012.
49Has two stepchildren from Marcelle Lear's (previous) marriage to John Lear.
50His father, Otto West Anderson, died in 1984.
51Met his third wife, Marcelle Lear, at a promotion for Learjets. While in his Batman (1966) costume, he posed with Learjet executive (and son of the founder) John Lear - who was married to her at the time.
52Depression ran in his family, like his mother, he too suffered from it.
53Neighbors with his Batman (1966) three episode guest star, Van Williams, who portrayed the Green Hornet on Batman, before Williams was spun off into his own show, The Green Hornet (1966). West had recommended Williams to the producers for the Green Hornet guest role on Batman.
54He starred in a 1991 NBC pilot, which was produced by Conan O'Brien, a huge Batman (1966) fan, but the pilot was not picked up by the network.
55Overcame alcoholism in the 1970s. His mother was also an alcoholic.
56Was a celebrity spokesperson for Nestle's Quik in 1965.
57After his 1956 divorce from his first wife, Billie Lou Yeager, he met Ngahra Frisbiem, within months, while in Hawaii, and married her the following year.
58He wanted to be an entertainer since he was a teenager.
59His television series Batman (1966) was canceled after 2 1/2 seasons, not only because of low ratings, but because of the rising costs of the special effects and lighting. When ABC canceled the series, NBC was asked to run the show, however the set had already been dismantled.
60Discussed the lead role in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) with Albert R. Broccoli. At the time, there were plans to reboot the franchise with an American Bond. West felt the role should be played by a British actor and ruled himself out of contention.
61His father, Otto West Anderson was a charismatic farmer, his mother, Audrey Speer was a singer.
62Was one of the three actors to appear in every episode of the original Batman (1966) series.
63Before he was a successful actor, he also worked as an island tour guide.
64Married his first wife, Billie Lou Yeager, when she was 17.
65Before he was a successful actor, he also played water polo, ran track, skied and swam at Whitman College.
66Attended and graduated from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington with a Bachelor's degree in Literature and a minor in Psychology.
67At Lakeside High School, he excelled in sports and served as school president of his 1946 graduating class.
68Hobbies include fishing, sailing, hiking, skiing, spending time with his family, listening to classic rock music, golfing, traveling, riding motorcycles, reading, watching movies, swimming, surfing and dancing.
69Beat out two other actors, Lyle Waggoner and Ty Hardin, for the title role on Batman (1966).
70Friends with: Robert Fuller, John Smith, James Drury, Doug McClure, James Best, Angie Dickinson, Alan Napier, Stafford Repp, James Garner, Brian Keith, Ernest Borgnine,Mickey Rooney, Robert Conrad, Florence Henderson, Carolyn Jones, Van Williams, Mario Van Peebles, Lorne Greene, Dick Clark, Casey Kasem, Yvonne Craig, Aaron Spelling, Abby Dalton, Ruta Lee, Chuck Connors, Jonathan Harris, Angela Cartwright, Bill Mumy, William Shatner, Beverly Garland, Clint Eastwood, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. and Madge Blake, along with the rest of the Batman (1966) cast: Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, Burgess Meredith, Neil Hamilton, Frank Gorshin, Cesar Romero, Vincent Price, Victor Buono and Roddy McDowall.
71Future comedians Conan O'Brien, Drew Carey, Bill Maher, Ross Shafer, radio disc jockey Howard Stern, The Simpsons (1989) Matt Groening, reality television show participant Lorenzo Lamas and weatherman/game show announcer Rich Fields, all said West was their childhood television hero.
72Before he was a successful actor, he worked as a radio disc jockey, where he founded a military television station that his knack for deadpan comedy expanded.
73Was drafted into the United States Army for two years.
74Began his career as a contract player for Warner Bros. Pictures in 1959.
75Attended and graduated from Lakeside High School in Seattle, Washington in 1946.
76Moved with his mother and brother to Seattle, Washington when he was only 15, this was after his parents' divorce.
77His mother, Audrey Speer, of the Christian musical group The Speers, died in 1969.
78Father of Hunter Anderson, Jonelle S. Anderson, Nina West and Perrin West.
79Remained good friends with Burt Ward during and after the original Batman (1966) series.
80Best known by the public for his starring role as the title character of the television series Batman (1966).
81His former Batman (1966) co-star, Burt Ward, made a cameo appearance, voicing on an episode of The Simpsons (1989), with him, in 2002. Eight years later, Ward would also make another cameo appearance with him, voicing on an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants (1999), in 2010.
82He has two roles in common with Val Kilmer: (1) West played Doc Holliday in Sugarfoot (1957), Colt .45 (1957) and Lawman (1958) while Kilmer played him in Tombstone (1993) and (2) West played Batman / Bruce Wayne in Batman (1966), Batman: The Movie (1966), SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984), The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985), The New Adventures of Batman (1977) and Legends of the Superheroes (1979) while Kilmer played him in Batman Forever (1995).
83Had his creative dentist add a little black Batman logo to one of his molars.
84According to DC Comics statistics, Batman stands 6-foot-2. Of all the actors who have played Batman, West is believed to be the only one who stood the same height.
85Is a member of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri.
86Was the third actor to play Batman (though some may credit him as the first, as the old serials are much more obscure than West's television series Batman (1966)).
87West once appeared on Batman: The Animated Series (1992) playing - of all things - an out-of-work actor who was unable to escape his identification with the role of a superhero he had played decades earlier, the Gray Ghost. Prior to this, West had supplied the voice of Batman on SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984).
88His daughter Nina West is the host of TV Land Real Estate (2002). She is also a model and has twice appeared with her father on Howard Stern's radio show.
89After playing the role of a resourceful secret agent in a Nestle's Quik commercial in the early 1960s, he caught the eye of ABC executives. They figured that he might be right for an upcoming television series that was about to be produced, Batman (1966). The rest is history.


Kraft Mystery Theater1962TV SeriesJohnny Cinderella
The Detectives1961-1962TV SeriesDet. Sgt. Steve Nelson
Geronimo1962Lt. John Delahay
The Beachcomber1962TV SeriesHuckabee
Guestward Ho!1961TV SeriesLarry Crawford
The Rifleman1961TV SeriesChristopher Rolf
Michael Shayne1961TV SeriesDave Owens
Bonanza1961TV SeriesFrank Milton
Tales of Wells Fargo1961TV SeriesSteve Daco
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1960TV SeriesJohnny Cinderella
Goodyear Theatre1960TV SeriesDavid
Overland Trail1960TV SeriesWild Bill Hickok
Johnny Midnight1960TV SeriesHill
Bourbon Street Beat1959TV SeriesDeputy
Hawaiian Eye1959TV SeriesGeorge Nolan
Maverick1959TV SeriesGeorge Henry Arnett / Rudolph St. Cloud / Vic Nolan
77 Sunset Strip1958-1959TV SeriesJim Beck / Lonnie Drew / Ernest Detterback
Colt .451959TV SeriesDoc Holliday / Marshal Joe Benjamin / Sgt. Ed Kallen
Bronco1959TV SeriesMajor Carter
The FBI Story1959Man on Two Way Radio (voice, uncredited)
Cheyenne1959TV SeriesAshley Claiborn
Sugarfoot1959TV SeriesDoc Holliday / Frederick Pulaski
Lawman1959TV SeriesDoc Holliday
The Young Philadelphians1959Bill Lawrence
Grand Jury1959TV SeriesFenway
Voodoo Island1957Weather Station #4 Radio Operator (uncredited)
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1954-1955TV SeriesHam Ector
Batman vs. Two-Face2017announcedBruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
Family Guy2000-2016TV SeriesMayor Adam West Mayor Adam West as Grand Moff Tarkin Fairy Godmother ...
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders2016Bruce Wayne Batman (voice)
The Big Bang Theory2016TV SeriesAdam West
Moonbeam City2015TV SeriesRazzle Novak
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero2015TV SeriesCaptain Super Captain / Professor Evil Professor
Scooby Doo and the Beach Beastie2015Video shortSandy Blake
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff2014Video GameMayor Adam West (voice)
FanAddicts!2013TV SeriesNarrator / Announcer
Grand Theft Auto V2013Video Game1st Guard - Prologue (voice, uncredited)
Jake and the Never Land Pirates2011-2012TV SeriesWise Old Parrot
Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse2012Video GameMayor Adam West (voice)
Funny or Die Presents...2011TV SeriesAdam West (segment "Adam West Hits on You... Hard")
The Super Hero Squad Show2010TV SeriesNighthawk
Batman: The Brave and the Bold2010TV SeriesProto-Bot Thomas Wayne
Eyehole Paintings2010Video short
SpongeBob SquarePants2010TV SeriesYoung Mermaid Man
30 Rock2009TV SeriesAdam West
Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion2009Manbat / Cab Driver
Ratko: The Dictator's Son2009Kostka Volvic
The Fairly OddParents2003-2008TV SeriesAdam West
Sexina2007The Boss
Meet the Robinsons2007Video GameUncle Art (voice)
Meet the Robinsons2007Uncle Art (voice)
George Lopez2007TV SeriesJonathon K. Martin
Chicken Little: Ace in Action2006Video GameAce (voice)
Family Guy2006Video GameMayor Adam West (voice)
The Batman2004-2006TV SeriesMayor Grange
Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure2005Video GameChief Hunt (voice)
Angels with Angles2005Alfred the Butler
The Boondocks2005TV SeriesR. Kelly's Lawyer
Chicken Little2005Ace - Hollywood Chicken Little (voice)
The King of Queens2005TV SeriesAdam West
Chicken Little2005Video GameAce - Hollywood Chicken Little (voice)
Buckaroo: The Movie2005Judge Werner
Scooby-Doo! Unmasked2005Video GameWinslow Stanton (voice)
Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story2005VideoMayor Adam West (voice)
Aloha, Scooby-Doo!2005VideoJared Moon (voice)
Batman: New Times2005Video shortBatman (voice)
Tales from Beyond2004Jay (segment "The Bookstore")
The Mullets2004TV SeriesAdam West
Monster Island2004TV MovieDr. Harryhausen
The Bronx Bunny Show2003TV SeriesAdam West
XIII2003Video GameGeneral Carrington (voice)
Kim Possible2003TV SeriesTimothy North / Fearless Ferret
From Heaven to Hell2002
The Simpsons2002TV SeriesBatman
Seance2001Homeless Man / Angel
The Drew Carey Show2001TV SeriesMitch
Black Scorpion2001TV SeriesDr. Noah Goddard / Breathtaker
Drop Dead Gorgeous1999Adam West
Pacific Blue1999TV SeriesMacon Dean
The Secret Files of the SpyDogs1998-1999TV SeriesDog Zero Leonardo da Vinci
NewsRadio1998TV SeriesAdam West
Histeria!1998TV SeriesErnest Hemingway
Diagnosis Murder1998TV SeriesBruce Blazer
Jenny1998TV SeriesAdam West
Animaniacs1997TV SeriesSpruce Wayne / Caped Crusader
Redux Riding Hood1997ShortLeonard Fox (voice)
Johnny Bravo1997TV SeriesNarrator
Murphy Brown1997TV SeriesAdam West
Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutant1997Video GameThe Galloping Gazelle (voice)
The Wayans Bros.1997TV SeriesTV Host
Pauly1997TV SeriesAdam West
An American Vampire Story1997The Big Kahuna
The Size of Watermelons1996Adam West
Goosebumps1996TV SeriesThe Galloping Gazelle
Ride for Your Life1995Video Game shortMonty Oliver
Run for Cover1995Senator Prescott
The Clinic1995TV SeriesHorton Van Hoon (1995)
Burke's Law1995TV Series
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman1995TV SeriesJerry Retchen
Hope & Gloria1995TV SeriesAdam West
Muscle1995TV SeriesJim Atkinson
The Adventures of Pete & Pete1995TV SeriesPrincipal Kent Schwinger
Not This Part of the World1994
Space Ghost Coast to Coast1994TV SeriesAdam West
The New Age1994Jeff Witner
Nurses1994TV SeriesMr. Greer
The Critic1994TV SeriesAdam West
The Good Life1994TV SeriesAdam West
Tales from the Crypt1993TV SeriesChapman
Danger Theatre1993TV SeriesCapt. Mike Morgan (segment "Dead Stranger in Paradise") Capt. Mike Morgan (segment "Vengeance in the Grass") Capt. Mike Morgan (segment "Aloha, Rich Man, Goodbye") ...
Rugrats1992TV SeriesCaptain Blasto
Batman: The Animated Series1992TV SeriesThe Gray Ghost Simon Trent
The Ben Stiller Show1992TV SeriesAdam West
17751992TV ShortGeorge Washington
Lookwell1991TV MovieTy Lookwell
Maxim Xul1991Professor Marduk
The Flash1990TV SeriesHippy Guy
Zorro1990TV SeriesDr. Henry Wayne
Omega Cop1990Prescott
Mad About You1989Edward Harris
Night of the Kickfighters1988Carl McMann
Return Fire1988Carruthers
Doin' Time on Planet Earth1988Charles Pinsky
Zombie Nightmare1987Capt. Tom Churchman
Murder, She Wrote1987TV SeriesWade Talmadge
The Last Precinct1986TV SeriesCaptain Rick Wright / Captain Wright
Young Lady Chatterley II1985Professor Arthur Bohart Jr.
The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians1985TV SeriesBatman Bruce Wayne
Going Undercover1985Henry's Father (uncredited)
SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show1984TV SeriesBatman
Hell Riders1984Doctor Dave
Fantasy Island1980-1984TV SeriesPhilip Breem
Hart to Hart1983TV SeriesDavid Stockwood
Ace Diamond Private Eye1983TV MovieAce Diamond
The Love Boat1983TV SeriesBob Williams
I Take These Men1983TV MovieCraig Wyler
Laverne & Shirley1982TV SeriesEdgar Garibaldi
One Dark Night1982Allan McKenna
Time Warp1981TV MovieCol. Ed Westin
Warp Speed1981TV MovieCaptain Lofton
For the Love of It1980TV MovieJock Higgins
The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood1980Lionel Lamely
Big Shamus, Little Shamus1979TV SeriesHarley Morgan
Legends of the Superheroes1979TV SeriesBatman
The American Girls1978TV Series
Tarzan and the Super 71978TV SeriesBatman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Operation Petticoat1978TV SeriesSteve Fleming
Police Woman1977TV SeriesMorgan
The New Adventures of Batman1977TV SeriesBatman Bruce Wayne
Alice1976TV SeriesMr. Turner
Shazam!1976TV SeriesHercules
Nevada Smith1975TV MovieFrank Hartlee
The Specialist1975Jerry Bounds
Emergency!1974TV SeriesVic Webster
Partizani1974Kurt Kohler
Partizani1974TV Mini-Series
Poor Devil1973TV MovieDennis Crawford
Curse of the Moon Child1972
Mannix1972TV SeriesJonathan Forsythe
This Is the Life1972TV SeriesGI Hank Mathes
The Eyes of Charles Sand1972TV MovieDr. Paul Scott
Alias Smith and Jones1972TV SeriesBrubaker
Primus1972TV SeriesJenson
And Then They Forgot God1971TV Movie
Night Gallery1971TV SeriesMr. Hyde (segment "With Apologies to Mr. Hyde")
The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker1971Chester
The Girl Who Knew Too Much1969Johnny Cain
The Big Valley1968TV SeriesMajor Jonathan Eliot
Batman1966-1968TV SeriesBatman
Alexander the Great1968TV MovieCleander
Off to See the Wizard1968TV SeriesGeneral Cleander
Batgirl1967TV ShortBatman Bruce Wayne
The Milton Berle Show1966TV SeriesBatman
Batman: The Movie1966Batman Bruce Wayne
The Relentless Four1965Ranger Sam Garrett
Mara of the Wilderness1965Ken Williams
The Virginian1965TV SeriesSam Loomis
The Outlaws Is Coming1965Kenneth Cabot
Bewitched1964TV SeriesKermit
The Outer Limits1964TV SeriesMajor Charles 'Chuck' Merritt
Robinson Crusoe on Mars1964Col. Dan McReady
Petticoat Junction1964TV SeriesDr. Clayton Harris
Soldier in the Rain1963Captain (inspecting)
Tammy and the Doctor1963Dr. Eric Hassler
Gunsmoke1963TV SeriesEmmett
Laramie1961-1963TV SeriesKett Darby / Deputy
The Real McCoys1963TV SeriesBuzz Cooper
Perry Mason1961-1962TV SeriesPete Norland / Dan Southern


Family Guy2009-2010TV Series performer - 2 episodes


Pet Star2002TV Series documentary


Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt2003TV Movie executive creative consultant


Biography1994TV Series documentary thanks - 1 episode


Jay Leno's Garage2016TV Series documentaryHimself - Actor
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical Friendship2015TV Special60's Batman / Robber (voice)
Comic Book Men2015TV SeriesHimself
Batmania Born2014ShortHimself
Bats of the Round Table2014ShortHimself
Hanging with Batman2014ShortHimself
Holy Memorabilia Batman!2014Video documentary shortHimself
Na Na Na Batman2014Video shortHimself
Electric Playground2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham2014Video GameHimself / Classic Batman / The Gray Ghost (voice)
Huffpost Live2014TV SeriesHimself
The Playboy Morning Show2014TV SeriesHimself
My Music: '65-'67 Rock Rewind2014TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Actor / Himself - Actor, Batman
Futurama2013TV SeriesHimself
Starring Adam West2013DocumentaryHimself
Pioneers of Television2011-2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself / Kini Popo Show
The Rep2012DocumentaryHimself
The Batmobile2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Betty White's Off Their Rockers2012TV SeriesHimself
Calgary Expo 20122012ShortHimself
Pizza Man2011Himself
Totally Tracked Down2010TV SeriesHimself
Zombie Nightmare Revisited2010Video shortHimself
Family Guy: The Top 20 Characters2010TV MovieHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2010TV SeriesHimself
Family Guy: Creating the Chaos2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Family Guy: The Story So Far...2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Adam West Naked!2009Video documentaryHimself
Today2008TV SeriesHimself
Paula's Party2008TV SeriesHimself
The Bob Show2007TV SeriesHimself
The O'Reilly Factor2007TV SeriesHimself
1 vs. 1002007TV SeriesHimself - Mob Member
Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
TV Land's Top Ten2006TV Series documentaryHimself
I've Got a Secret2006TV SeriesHimself
Living in TV Land2006TV Series documentaryHimself
The 4th Annual TV Land Awards2006TV SpecialHimself
Ultimate Super Heroes, Vixens & Villains2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Many Faces of Catwoman2005Video documentary shortHimself
TV's Greatest Cars2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn1999-2004TV SeriesHimself
Johnny Bravo1997-2004TV SeriesHimself
Biography1994-2004TV Series documentaryHimself
Achieving the Glow2003TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself - Host
Brilliant But Cancelled: Pilot Season2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt2003TV MovieHimself
Hollywood Squares2002TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Panelist
TV Road Trip2002TV Movie documentaryHimself / Batman
After They Were Famous2002TV Series documentaryHimself
The Man Show2002TV SeriesHimself
L.A. Pool Party2001TV SeriesHimself
The 100 Greatest Kids TV Shows2001TV SpecialHimself
The Chris Wylde Show Starring Chris Wylde2001TV SeriesHimself
Batman Featurette2001Video documentary shortHimself
The Test2001TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire2001TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Tonight Presents: Whatever Happened to Your Favorite TV Action Heroes?2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Nuclear Rescue 911: Broken Arrows & Incidents2001Video documentaryNarrator
Politically Incorrect2000TV SeriesHimself
Pass the Mic2000TV Series
Behind the Sting1999Himself - Host
Hollywood's Hot Wheels1999TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 11999TV Movie documentaryHimself
Donny & Marie1999TV SeriesHimself
Happy Hour1999TV SeriesHimself
Through the Keyhole1999TV SeriesHimself
E! True Hollywood Story1999TV Series documentaryHimself
Howard Stern1994-1997TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1993-1997TV SeriesHimself
Very Important Pennis1997TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood Love1997TV Mini-SeriesHimself
The Best of Ed's Night Party1996VideoHimself
The Sunday Show1996TV SeriesHimself
Weird Science1996TV SeriesHimself
1995 MTV Movie Awards1995TV SpecialHimself
MADtv1995TV SeriesHimself
Circus of the Stars Goes to Disneyland1994TV SpecialHimself
The Best Movie Ever Made1994Himself
The Danny Baker Show1994TV SeriesHimself
Batmad1994TV MovieHimself
Vicki!1994TV SeriesHimself
Downey1994TV SeriesHimself
Zombie Jamboree: The 25th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead1993Video documentaryHimself
The Simpsons1992TV SeriesHimself
The Howard Stern Show1992TV SeriesHimself
Holy Batmania1989Video documentary shortHimself / Batman
Batman and Robin and the Other Super Heroes1989Video documentaryHimself - Presenter
Bat Talk1989TV Movie documentaryHimself
CBS This Morning1989TV SeriesHimself
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous1986TV Series documentaryHimself
The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1985TV SpecialHimself
Our Time1985TV SeriesHimself
Family Feud1983-1984TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning America1983TV SeriesHimself
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration1978TV SpecialHimself
Celebrity Bowling1973TV SeriesHimself
It's Your Bet1971TV SeriesHimself
Password All-Stars1971TV SeriesHimself
The Fountain of Groovy1970TV Movie documentaryHimself
Love, American Style1970TV SeriesHimself (segment "Love and the Great Catch")
CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite1969TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Squares1969TV SeriesHimself
Hinter den Sternen - Kulissengespräche über das internationale Showgeschäft1968TV Series documentaryBatman
The Joey Bishop Show1968TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Palace1966-1967TV SeriesHimself - Singer / Himself / Himself - Host / ...
The Mike Douglas Show1967TV SeriesHimself
The Eamonn Andrews Show1967TV SeriesHimself
The Dean Martin Show1967TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1966TV SeriesHimself
The Dating Game1966TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Entertainment Tonight2016TV SeriesHimself
Hey Moe, Hey Dad!2015TV Series documentaryVarious characters
The Evolution of Batman in Cinema2015Documentary short
The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryBatman
1002 Momentos de la tele2013TV SeriesHimself
Heroic Ambition2010DocumentaryHimself
The O'Reilly Factor2008TV SeriesBatman Bruce Wayne
5 Second Movies2008TV SeriesBatman
The Wrecking Crew!2008DocumentaryBatman
Batman: The Legacy Continues2004Video documentary shortThe Gray Ghost (uncredited)
TV Land Online Special2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Brilliant But Cancelled2002TV Movie documentary
De Superman2001TV Movie documentaryBatman
The Unbeatable Bruce Lee2001Video documentaryHimself
Inside 'Diamonds Are Forever'2000Video documentary shortHimself
Reputations2000TV Series documentaryHimself
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 21999TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Television: The First Fifty Years1999Video documentaryHimself - Interviewee / Batman
Biography1995TV Series documentaryHimself
Action Heroes of Movies & T.V.: A Campy Compilation1989Video documentaryBatman
The Green Hornet1967TV SeriesBatman

Won Awards

2012Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn April 5, 2012. At 6764 Hollywood Blvd.
2005TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsFavorite CrimestopperBatman (1966)
2004TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsFavorite Crimestopper DuoBatman (1966)

Nominated Awards

2016BTVA Television Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a New Television SeriesPenn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2014)
1995CableACECableACE AwardsPerformance in a Comedy Special1995 MTV Movie Awards (1995)
1967Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale New Face9th place.

Known for movies

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