As one of the most recognizable voice actors to those who grew up with recent Batman related media, American stage and voice actor Kevin Conroy has been known collectively as the definite "Voice of Batman"... And today marks the man's 61st birthday! Beginning with 1992's "Batman: The Animated Series", Conroy's method of giving Bruce Wayne and Batman two distinct voices was critically acclaimed.
He went on to reprise the role for "The New Batman Adventures" and "Justice League" for the DC Animated Universe, and then lent his skills for the Caped Crusader in other mediums - including Rocksteady Studios' epic "Batman Arkham Trilogy" of games and most recently in the controversial DC Universe Animated Original Movie adaptation of "Batman: The Killing Joke" - where he reunited with his BTAS co-star and voice of The Joker himself, Mark Hamill!
Conroy will return once again to voice Batman in this December's "Justice League Action" series, which will debut in Cartoon Network.
All we can say is, Happy Birthday Batman!