Adam West (born William West Anderson; September 19, 1928 – June 9, 2017) was an American actor widely known for his role as Batman in the 1960s ABC series of the same name and its 1966 theatrical feature film. His career spanned 63 years.
West began acting in films in the 1950s. He played opposite Chuck Connors in Geronimo (1962) and The Three Stooges in The Outlaws Is Coming (1965). He also appeared in the science fiction film Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964), and performed voice work on The Fairly OddParents (2001), The Simpsons (1992, 2002), and Family Guy (2000-2017), playing fictional versions of himself in all three.
West was born on September 19, 1928, in Walla Walla, Washington. His father was a farmer; his mother was an opera singer and concert pianist who was forced to abandon her own Hollywood dreams to care for her family. Following her example, West stated to his father as a youth that he intended after school to go to Hollywood. He moved to Seattle with his mother when he was 15, following his parents' divorce.
West attended Walla Walla High School during his freshman and sophomore years, and later enrolled in Lakeside School in Seattle. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in literature and a minor in psychology from Whitman College in Walla Walla, where he was a member of the Gamma Zeta Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He also participated on the speech and debate team. Drafted into the United States Army, he served as an announcer on American Forces Network television. After his discharge, he worked as a milkman before moving to Hawaii to pursue a career in television.
While in Hawaii, West was picked for a role as the sidekick on a children's show called El Kini Popo Show, which featured a chimp. West later took over as star of the show. In 1959, West moved with his wife and two children to Hollywood, where he took the stage name Adam West.
He appeared in the film The Young Philadelphians which starred Paul Newman. He had guest-star roles in a number of television Westerns. On three Warner Bros. westerns which aired on ABC—Sugarfoot, Colt .45, and Lawman—West played the role of Doc Holliday, the frontier dentist and gunfighter. He portrayed Wild Bill Hickok in the episode "Westbound Stage" of the 1960 NBC Western series Overland Trail, with William Bendix and Doug McClure.
He guest-starred on Edmond O'Brien's syndicated crime drama Johnny Midnight, and soon snagged a supporting role as police sergeant Steve Nelson in the crime drama, The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor.
On January 10, 1961, West appeared as a young, ambitious deputy who foolishly confronts a gunfighter named Clay Jackson, portrayed by Jock Mahoney, in the episode "The Man from Kansas" of the NBC Western series Laramie.
West made two guest appearances on Perry Mason in 1961 and 1962. His first role was as small-town journalist Dan Southern in "The Case of the Barefaced Witness". His other role was as folk singer Pete Norland in "The Case of the Bogus Books".
West starred in an episode of the ABC Outer Limits series titled "The Invisible Enemy". He made a brief appearance in the film Soldier in the Rain starring Jackie Gleason and Steve McQueen, and starred as Major Dan McCready, the ill-fated mission commander of Mars Gravity Probe 1 in the 1964 film Robinson Crusoe on Mars. In 1965, he was cast in the comedy Western The Outlaws Is Coming, the last feature film starring The Three Stooges. He played Christopher Rolf in the episode "Stopover" of ABC's The Rifleman, which aired on April 25, 1961.
Producer William Dozier cast West as Bruce Wayne and his alter ego, Batman, in the television series Batman, in part after seeing West perform as the James Bond-like spy Captain Q in a Nestlé Quik commercial. He was in competition with Lyle Waggoner for the Batman role.
In his Batman character, West appeared in a public service announcement in which he encouraged schoolchildren to heed then-President Lyndon B. Johnson's call for them to buy U.S. savings stamps, a children's version of U.S. savings bonds, to support the Vietnam War.
In 1970, West was offered the role of Bond by producer Albert Broccoli for the film Diamonds Are Forever. West did not accept, later stating in his autobiography that he believed the role should always be played by a British actor.
After his high-profile role, West, along with Burt Ward and Yvonne Craig (who played crime-fighting sidekicks Robin and Batgirl), was severely typecast. West's first post-Caped Crusader role was in the film The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969). His lead performance against type as cynical tough guy Johnny Cain did not erode his Batman image; the movie was a box office disappointment.
For a time, West made a living from personal appearances as Batman. In 1974, when Ward and Craig reprised their Batman roles for a TV public-service announcement about equal pay for women, West was absent. Instead, Dick Gautier filled in as Batman. One of West's more memorable Batman appearances, after the series had ended, was with the Memphis-based United States Wrestling Association, where he engaged in a war of words with Jerry "The King" Lawler while wearing the cowl and a tracksuit, and even name-dropping Spider-Man.
West subsequently appeared in the theatrical films The Marriage of a Young Stockbrocker (1971), The Curse of the Moon Child (1972), The Specialist (1975), Hooper (as himself; 1978), The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood (1980), One Dark Night (1983) and Young Lady Chatterley II (1985). West also appeared in such television films as The Eyes of Charles Sand (1972), Poor Devil (1973), Nevada Smith (1975), For the Love of It (1980) and I Take These Men (1983).
He did guest shots on the television series; Maverick, Diagnosis: Murder, Love, American Style, Bonanza, The Big Valley, Night Gallery, Alias Smith and Jones, Mannix, Emergency!, Alice, Police Woman, Operation Petticoat, The American Girls, Vega$, Big Shamus, Little Shamus, Laverne & Shirley, Bewitched, Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, Hart to Hart, Zorro, The King of Queens, and George Lopez. West was also in an episode of Bonanza that supposedly never aired until reruns were shown and he made several guest appearances as himself on Family Feud. In 1986, he starred in the comedy police series titled The Last Precinct.
West often reprised his role as Batman/Bruce Wayne, first in the short-lived animated series The New Adventures of Batman, and in other shows such as The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour, Tarzan and the Super 7, Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show, and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (succeeding Olan Soule in the role). In 1979, West once again donned the Batsuit for the live-action TV special Legends of the Superheroes. In 1985, DC Comics named West as one of the honorees in the company's 50th-anniversary publication Fifty Who Made DC Great for his work on the Batman series.
West was considered to play Thomas Wayne, Bruce Wayne's father, in Tim Burton's 1989 Batman film. Originally, he wanted to play Batman. West never appeared in any of the theatrically released post-1960s Batman franchise motion pictures and, to date, neither has Burt Ward (Robin, from the TV series). West made an appearance in a 1992 episode of Batman: The Animated Series on Fox, but not as Batman (as the role of Batman was already being played by Kevin Conroy). Instead, he portrayed Simon Trent, a washed-up actor who used to play a superhero in a TV series called The Gray Ghost and who now has difficulty finding work. The producers nearly considered scrapping that episode, as they figured it mirrored West too much; however, West gladly accepted voicing such a character. West later had a recurring role as the voice of Mayor Grange in the WB animated series The Batman.
The actor vocally reprised his role as Batman for the CGI-animated short film Batman: New Times. He co-starred with Mark Hamill, who vocally portrayed The Joker and had originally played the role on Batman: The Animated Series. West also voiced Thomas Wayne in an episode of the cartoon series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
During the 1990s, West's status as a pop culture icon led to appearances as himself in the film Drop Dead Gorgeous and in several TV series, including NewsRadio, Murphy Brown, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, The Ben Stiller Show, and The Drew Carey Show. He notably appeared as "Dr. Wayne" in the 1990 Zorro episode "The Wizard", even being shown Zorro's "secret cave" headquarters. In 1991, he starred in the pilot episode of Lookwell, in which he portrayed a has-been TV action hero who falsely believes he can solve mysteries in real life. The pilot, written by Conan O'Brien and Robert Smigel in their pre-Late Night period, aired on NBC that summer, but was not picked up as a series. It was later broadcast on the Trio channel, under the "Brilliant But Cancelled" block. In 1994, West played a non-comedic role as the father of Peter Weller's character in the Michael Tolkin film The New Age.
He played a washed-up superhero in the Goosebumps television series episode "Attack of the Mutant". The boy hero is a comic book geek whose favorite superhero, Galloping Gazelle (West's character), is portrayed as fading and on the verge of retirement. Towards the end, the boy is shocked to learn that the Gazelle is real, though he (the boy) must save the day by himself.
In 1994, West, with Jeff Rovin, wrote his autobiography, Back to the Batcave published by Berkeley Books. In 1996, Virgin Interactive released the gambling simulation game Golden Nugget on PlayStation. West acted in the video cut scenes of the "Chaos Mystery" storyline subgame. In 2001, he played the super-villain Breathtaker on the short-lived television series Black Scorpion.
In 2003, West and Burt Ward starred in the television movie Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt, alongside Frank Gorshin, Julie Newmar, and Lee Meriwether. Jack Brewer portrayed West in flashbacks to the production of Batman. In 2005, West appeared in the CBS show The King of Queens. In the episode, Spence first asks Lou Ferrigno to go to a sci-fi convention, but when Spence meets West (playing himself), he leaves Ferrigno and asks West to come with him. He appears prominently in the 2006 video for California band STEFY's song "Chelsea" as "Judge Adam West", presiding over the courtroom scene.
In 2007, West played an attorney for Benny on the show George Lopez, and he starred as "The Boss" in the movie comedy Sexina: Popstar PI. Following the release of a Batman game, a host of the show X-Play visited West on the show. In 2009, West played himself in the episode "Apollo, Apollo" of 30 Rock.
In 2010, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was dedicated to him. West received the 2,468th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 5, 2012. His star is located at 6764 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the Guinness Museum in Hollywood, California.
He was interviewed in 2013 on the PBS series called Pioneers of Television in the season-three episode called "Superheroes". Also in 2013, he was the subject of the documentary Starring Adam West.
Having a distinctive voice, West built a career doing voice-over work on a number of animated series (often as himself), including appearances on The Simpsons, Futurama, Rugrats, Histeria!, Kim Possible, Johnny Bravo, and even in an episode of Batman: The Animated Series called "Beware the Gray Ghost", where he voiced the Gray Ghost.
He also appeared in many episodes of Nickelodeon's cartoon The Fairly OddParents as a cat-obsessed version of himself, who is famous for playing a superhero called Catman, and who actually believes he is Catman. His later appearance in The Fairly OddParents was a parody of himself, hired to play the role of the Crimson Chin in the movie of the same name. Yet another appearance on the show had him as himself in a fairy-sponsored video about how to cope with losing one's fairy godparents. In later seasons, the role for this version of Adam West was recast to Jeff Bennett.
From 2000, West made regular appearances on the animated series Family Guy, on which he played Mayor Adam West, the lunatic mayor of Quahog, Rhode Island. His role brought West a new wave of popularity post-Batman, and lead writer Seth MacFarlane claims to have gone out of his way to avoid typecasting West by deliberately not making any references to Batman.
Some of his last voice-over performances were playing the role of Uncle Art in the Disney Animation film Meet the Robinsons, and voicing the young Mermaid Man (along with Burt Ward, who voiced the young Barnacle Boy) in the cartoon show SpongeBob SquarePants, in the episode "Back to the Past" of 2010.
West also played the voice of General Carrington in the video game XIII, and voiced other video games such as Marc Eckō's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, Chicken Little: Ace in Action, Scooby-Doo! Unmasked, and Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutant.
In November 2014, West voiced himself, and the 1960s version of Batman, in the video game Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
West was married three times. His first marriage was to his college girlfriend Billie Lou Yeager in 1950. The couple divorced six years later. In 1957 he married Tahitian dancer Ngahra Frisbie Dawson with whom he had two children before their divorce in 1962. West then married Marcelle Tagand Lear in November 1970. They had two children and remained together for over 46 years, until Adam's death. West also had two step-children.
During the Batman television series, West's relationship with co-star Burt Ward was described as "problematic". He said, "Burt fell victim to making up stories to sell books. But in a way it was flattering, because he made me sound like King Kong." West also said that he played Batman "for laughs, but in order to do [that], one had to never think it was funny. You just had to pull on that cowl and believe that no one would recognize you."
Adam West died in Los Angeles on June 9, 2017, following a brief battle with leukemia. He was 88. On June 15, 2017, Los Angeles shined the Bat-Signal on City Hall as a tribute to West as well as Walla Walla who shined the bat signal on the Whitman Tower.
|1957||Voodoo Island||Weather Station #4 Radio Operator||Uncredited|
|1958||Ghost of the China Sea||Uncredited|
|1959||The Young Philadelphians||William Lawrence III|
|1959||The FBI Story||Man on Two Way Radio||Uncredited|
|1962||Geronimo||Lt. John Delahay|
|1963||Tammy and the Doctor||Dr. Eric Hassler|
|1964||Soldier in the Rain||Captain|
|1964||Robinson Crusoe on Mars||Colonel Dan McReady|
|1965||The Outlaws Is Coming||Kenneth Cabot|
|1965||Mara of the Wilderness||Ken Williams|
|1965||The Relentless Four||Ranger Sam Garrett|
|1966||Batman||Batman / Bruce Wayne|
|1969||The Girl Who Knew Too Much||Johnny Cain|
|1971||The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker||Chester|
|1974||Hell River||Kurt Kohler|
|1975||The Specialist||Jerry Bounds|
|1980||The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood||Lionel Lamely|
|1983||One Dark Night||Allan McKenna|
|1984||Hell Riders||Doctor Dave|
|1985||Yellow Pages||Henry's Father|
|1985||Young Lady Chatterley II||Professor Arthur Bohart Jr.|
|1986||Zombie Nightmare||Capt. Tom Churchman|
|1988||Doin' Time on Planet Earth||Charles Pinsky|
|1988||Night of the Kickfighters||Carl McMann|
|1989||Mad About You||Edward Harris|
|1991||Maxim Xul||Professor Marduk|
|1994||The New Age||Jeff Witner|
|1995||Run for Cover||Senator Prescott|
|1996||The Size of Watermelons||Himself|
|1997||American Vampire||The Big Kahuna|
|1997||Redux Riding Hood||Leonard Fox|
|1999||Drop Dead Gorgeous||Himself|
|2001||Seance||Homeless Man / Angel|
|2004||Tales from Beyond||Jay|
|2005||Aloha, Scooby-Doo!||Jared Moon||Direct-to-video|
|2005||Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story||Mayor Adam West||Direct-to-video|
|2005||Buckaroo: The Movie||Judge Werner|
|2005||Angels with Angles||Alfred the Butler|
|2007||Sexina: Popstar P.I.||The Boss|
|2007||Meet the Robinsons||Uncle Art|
|2009||Ratko: The Dictator's Son||Kostka Volvic|
|2009||Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion||Manbat / Cab Driver|
|2015||Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie||Sandy Blake||Direct-to-video|
|2016||Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders||Bruce Wayne / Batman||Direct-to-video|
|2017||Batman: The Caped Crusaders vs. Two Face||Bruce Wayne / Batman||Direct-to-video|
|1954–1955||The Philco Television Playhouse||Ham Ector||3 episodes|
|1958–1959||77 Sunset Strip||Jim Beck / Lonnie Drew / Ernest Detterback||3 episodes|
|1959||Grand Jury||Fenway||Episode: "The Big Boss"|
|1959||Lawman||Doc Holliday||Episode: "The Wayfarer"|
|1959||Sugarfoot||Doc Holliday / Frederick Pulaski||2 episodes|
|1959||Cheyenne||Ashley Claiborn||Episode: "Blind Spot"|
|1959||Bronco||Major Carter||Episode: "The Burning Springs"|
|1959||Colt .45||Doc Holliday / Marshal Joe Benjamin / Sgt. Ed Kallen||3 episodes|
|1959||Maverick||George Henry Arnett / Rudolph St. Cloud / Vic Nolan||3 episodes|
|1959||Hawaiian Eye||George Nolen||Episode: "The Quick Return"|
|1959||Bourbon Street Beat||Deputy||Episode: "The Black Magnolia"|
|1960||Johnny Midnight||Jake Hill||Episode: "The Villain of the Piece"|
|1960||Overland Trail||Wild Bill Hickok||Episode: "Westbound Stage"|
|1960||Goodyear Theatre||David||Episode: "All in the Family"|
|1960||Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse||Johnny Cinderella||Episode: "Murder Is a Private Affair"|
|1961–1963||Laramie||Kett Darby / Deputy||2 episodes|
|1961||Tales of Wells Fargo||Steve Daco||Episode: "The Has-Been"|
|1961||Bonanza||Frank Milton||Episode: "The Bride"|
|1961–1962||Perry Mason||Pete Norland / Dan Southern||2 episodes|
|1961||Michael Shayne||Dave Owens||Episode: "Date with Death"|
|1961||The Rifleman||Christopher Rolf||Episode: "Stopover"|
|1961||Guestward, Ho!||Larry Crawford||Episode: "Bill, the Fireman"|
|1961–1962||The Detectives||Det. Sgt. Steve Nelson||30 episodes|
|1962||The Beachcomber||Huckabee||Episode: "Captain Huckabee's Beard"|
|1963||The Real McCoys||Buzz Cooper||Episode: "The Crop Duster"|
|1964||Petticoat Junction||Dr. Clayton Harris||2 episodes|
|1964||The Outer Limits||Major Charles 'Chuck' Merritt||Episode: "The Invisible Enemy"|
|1964||Bewitched||Kermit||Episode: "Love Is Blind"|
|1965||The Virginian||Sam Loomis||Episode: "Legend for a Lawman"|
|1966–1968||Batman||Batman / Bruce Wayne||120 episodes|
|1966||The Milton Berle Show||Batman||1 episode|
|1968||The Big Valley||Major Jonathan Eliot||Episode: "In Silent Battle"|
|1971||Night Gallery||Mr. Hyde||Episode: "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay/With Apologies to Mr. Hyde/The Flip-Side of Satan"|
|1972||Primus||Jenson||Episode: "Sea Serpent"|
|1972||Alias Smith and Jones||Brubaker||Episode: "The Men That Corrupted Hadleyburg"|
|1972||The Eyes of Charles Sand||Dr. Paul Scott||Television film|
|1972||This Is the Life||GI Hank Mathes||Episode: "The Revenge of Cho Lin"|
|1972||Mannix||Jonathan Forsythe||Episode: "A Puzzle for One"|
|1973||Poor Devil||Dennis Crawford||Television film|
|1974||Emergency!||Vic Webster||Episode: "The Bash"|
|1975||Nevada Smith||Frank Hartlee||Television film|
|1976||Shazam!||Hercules||Episode: "Out of Focus"|
|1976||Alice||Mr. Turner||Episode: "Sex Education"|
|1977||The New Adventures of Batman||Batman / Bruce Wayne||16 episodes|
|1977||Police Woman||Morgan||Episode: "Guns"|
|1978||Operation Petticoat||Steve Fleming||Episode: "Bless You, My Sub"|
|1978||Tarzan and the Super 7||Batman / Bruce Wayne|
|1978||The American Girls||Episode: "The Beautiful People Jungle"|
|1979||Legends of the Superheroes||Batman / Bruce Wayne||2 episodes|
|1979||Big Shamus, Little Shamus||Harley Morgan||Episode: "The Loser"|
|1980–1984||Fantasy Island||Frank McKenna / Philip Breem||2 episodes|
|1980||For the Love of It||Jock Higgins||Television film|
|1981||Warp Speed||Captain Lofton||Television film|
|1981||Time Warp||Col. Ed Westin||Television film|
|1982||Laverne & Shirley||Edgar Garibaldi||Episode: "The Gymnast"|
|1983||I Take These Men||Craig Wyler||Television film|
|1983||The Love Boat||Bob Williams||Episode: "Doc's Big Case/Senior Sinners/A Booming Romance"|
|1983||Hart to Hart||David Stockwood||Episode: "Love Game"|
|1984||Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show||Batman / Bruce Wayne||8 episodes|
|1985||The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians||Batman / Bruce Wayne||8 episodes|
|1986||The Last Precinct||Captain Rick Wright / Captain Wright||8 episodes|
|1987||Murder, She Wrote||Wade Talmadge||Episode: "Death Takes a Dive"|
|1990||Zorro||Dr. Henry Wayne||Episode: "The Wizard"|
|1990||The Flash||Hippy Guy||Episode: "Child's Play"|
|1992||The Ben Stiller Show||Himself||Episode: "With Colin Quinn"|
|1992||Batman: The Animated Series||The Gray Ghost / Simon Trent||2 episodes|
|1992||Rugrats||Captain Blasto||Episode: "Superhero Chuckie"|
|1992–2002||The Simpsons||Himself / Batman||2 episodes|
|1993||Danger Theatre||Capt. Mike Morgan||4 episodes|
|1993||Tales from the Crypt||Chapman||Episode: "As Ye Sow"|
|1994||The Good Life||Himself||Episode: "John Hurts His Leg or Tales from the Crip"|
|1994||The Critic||Himself||Episode: "Eyes on the Prize"|
|1994||Nurses||Mr. Greer||Episode: "All the Pretty Caseys"|
|1994||Space Ghost Coast to Coast||Himself||Episode: "Batmantis"|
|1995||The Adventures of Pete & Pete||Principal Kent Schwinger||2 episodes|
|1995||Hope and Gloria||Himself||Episode: "Who's Poppa?"|
|1995||Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman||Jerry Retchen||Episode: "Whine, Whine, Whine"|
|1995||Burke's Law||Episode: "Who Killed the Toy Maker?"|
|1995||The Clinic||Horton Van Hoon|
|1996||Goosebumps||The Galloping Gazelle||2 episodes|
|1997||Pauly||Himself||Episode: "Spies Like Us"|
|1997||The Wayans Bros.||TV Host||Episode: "The Black Widower"|
|1997||Murphy Brown||Himself||Episode: "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow"|
|1997–2004||Johnny Bravo||Himself||2 episodes|
|1997||Animaniacs||Spruce Wayne / Caped Crusader||Episode: "Cute First (Ask Questions Later)/Acquaintances/Here Comes Attila/Boo Wonder"|
|1998||Jenny||Himself||Episode: "A Girl's Gotta Hang with a Celebrity"|
|1998–1999||The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs||Dog Zero / Leonardo da Vinci||22 episodes|
|1998||Diagnosis: Murder||Bruce Blazer||Episode: "Write, She Murdered"|
|1998||Histeria!||Ernest Hemingway||2 episodes|
|1998||NewsRadio||Himself||Episode: "Clash of the Titans"|
|1999||Pacific Blue||Macon Dean||Episode: "Stargazer"|
|2000–2017||Family Guy||Mayor Adam West||111 episodes|
|2001||Black Scorpion||Dr. Noah Goddard / Breathtaker||5 episodes|
|2001||The Drew Carey Show||Mitch||Episode: "Hotel Drew"|
|2003||Kim Possible||Timothy North / Fearless Ferret||Episode: "The Fearless Ferret"|
|2003||The Mullets||Himself||Episode: "Silent But Deadly"|
|2003–2008||The Fairly OddParents||Himself||6 episodes|
|2003||The Bronx Bunny Show||Himself||1 episode|
|2004||Monster Island||Dr. Harryhausen||Television film|
|2004–2006||The Batman||Mayor Grange||7 episodes|
|2005||The King of Queens||Himself||Episode: "Shear Torture"|
|2005||The Boondocks||R. Kelly's Lawyer||Episode: "The Trial of Robert Kelly"|
|2007||George Lopez||Jonathon K. Martin||2 episodes|
|2009||30 Rock||Himself||Episode: "Apollo, Apollo"|
|2010||SpongeBob SquarePants||Young Mermaid Man||Episode: "The Bad Guy Club for Villains"|
|2010||Batman: The Brave and the Bold||Proto-Bot / Thomas Wayne||2 episodes|
|2011||The Super Hero Squad Show||Nighthawk||Episode: "Whom Continuity Would Destroy!"|
|2011–2012||Jake and the Never Land Pirates||Wise Old Parrot||3 episodes|
|2015||Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero||Captain Super Captain / Professor Evil Professor||3 episodes|
|2015||Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship||60's Batman / Robber|
|2015||Moonbeam City||Razzle Novak||Episode: "Stuntstravaganza"|
|2016||The Big Bang Theory||Himself||Episode: "The Celebration Experimentation"|
|2017||Through the Keyhole||Himself|
|2017||Powerless||Chairman Dean West / Narrator||2 episodes|
A 30-minute production documentary....Apparently, Adam West was also considered, briefly, for the role...
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