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Alphabetical Index

Michael Ansara
Bess Armstrong
Ed Asner
Rene Auberjonois
Diedrich Bader
Stephen Baldwin
Adrienne Barbeau
Billy Barty
Ed Begley Jr.
Jeff Glen Bennett
Jodi Benson
Robbie Benson
Ken Berry
Lloyd Bochner
Barry Bostwick
Wayne Brady
Peter Breck
Kimberly Brooks
Clancy Brown
Julie Brown
Roscoe Lee Browne
Ian Buchanan
Roy Buktenica
Corey Burton
Levar Burton
Joseph Campanella
Dan Castellaneta
Stockard Channing
Tara Charendoff
Scott Cleverdon
Gary Cole
Townsend Coleman
Stephen Collins
Jeffrey Combs
Kevin Conroy
Bud Cort
Robert Costanzo
Tim Curry
Jon Cypher
Olivia d'Abo
E.G. Daily
Tim Daly
Robert Davi
John de Lancie
Dana Delany
Alexis Denisof
Mari Devon
George DiCenzo
Andy Dick
Melissa Disney
Micky Dolenz
Sean Donnellan
Paul Dooley
Roy Dotrice
Richard Dysart
George Dzundza
Jill Eikenberry
Hector Elizondo
Cary Elwes
Bill Fagerbakke
Farrah Forke
Kathleen Freeman
Matt Frewer
Will Friedle
Elisa Gabrielli
Brooks Gardner
Teri Garr
Melissa Gilbert
John Glover
Seth Green
Michael Gross
Khrystyn Haje
Mark Hamill
Linda Hamilton
Harry Hamlin
Dorian Harewood
Angie Harmon
Bob Hastings
Tippi Hedren
Katherine Helmond
Marilu Henner
Michael Horse
Ken Howard
Sherman Howard
Ernie Hudson
Olivia Hussey
Michael Ironside
Robert Ito
Charity James
Kate Jackson
Jeffrey Jones
Stacy Keach
Shannon Kenny
Charles Kimbrough
Aron Kincaid
Alison LaPlaca
Dan Lauria
George Lazenby
Patrick Leahy
Loren Lester
Heather Locklear
Carl Lumbly
William Macy
Joseph Maher
Eli Marienthal
Kenneth Mars
Andrea Martin
Tim Matheson
Scott McAfee
Kevin McCarthy
Chris McDonald
Roddy McDowall
Malcolm McDowell
Michael McKean
Sam McMurray
Tress MacNeille
Dick Miller
Richard Moll
Elizabeth Montgomery
Diana Muldaur
Kate Mulgrew
Chris Mulkey
Bill Mumy
Pat Musick
Laraine Newman
Nichelle Nichols
Ryan O'Donohue
Dan O'Herlihy
Ingrid Oliu
Peter Onorati
Gary Owens
Robert Pastorelli
Michael Pataki
Rob Paulsen
David Paymer
Ron Perlman
Diane Pershing
Brock Peters
Robert Picardo
Joe Piscopo
Henry Polic II
Jon Polito
Alan Rachins
Clive Revill
John Rhys-Davies
Kevin Richardson
Kelly Ripa
John Ritter
Eugene Roche
Henry Rollins
Mark Rolston
Michael Rosenbaum
Neil Ross
Laura San Giacomo
William Sanderson
Vincent Schiavelli
Liane Schirmer
Peter Scolari
Kyra Sedgwick
Grant Shaud
Henry Silva
Azura Skye
Helen Slater
Jean Smart
Taran Noah Smith
Arleen Sorkin
Joe Spano
Parker Stevenson
Peter Strauss
David Ogden Stiers
Rider Strong
Cree Summer
Steve Susskind
George Takei
Jeffrey Tambor
Jay Thomas
Malachi Throne
Lauren Tom
Mathew Valencia
Scott Valentine
Abe Vigoda
John Vernon
Marcia Wallace
Sela Ward
David Warner
Gedde Watanabe
Steven Weber
Bruce Weitz
Frank Welker
Adam West
Billy West
Maggie Wheeler
Jobeth Williams
Paul Williams
Treat Williams
Tom Wilson
William Windom
Paul Winfield
Mel Winkler
Michael York
Billy Zane
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Stephanie Zimbalist
Daphne Zuniga

Guest Stars


Bess Armstrong (b. 1953)
Clio in "Fire From Olympus"
American actress.

Rene Auberjonois (b. 1940)
Dr. March in "On Leather Wings" and "Terror in the Sky"
Actor, best known on TV as Clayton Endicott III in the sitcom Benson and Odo in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Much voice work, too.
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Stephen Baldwin (b. 1966)
Charlie "Big Time" Bigelow in "Big Time"
Baldwin brother—if you can tell 'em apart you're a better man than I.

Billy Barty (1924-2000)
Hips McManus in "Double Talk"
Midget actor, very visible and very famous.
IMDb     VoiceChasers      WhatACharacter

Ed Begley Jr. (b. 1949)
Charlie Collins in "Joker's Favor"; Germs in "Feat of Clay"; Dr. Corso in "April Moon"
Character actor. Batman fans will remember him as Nygma's supervisor in Batman Forever.

Jeff Glen Bennett (b. ?)
Jack Ryder (Creeper) in TNBA, H.A.R.D.A.C. in "Heart of Steel"; 2D Man in "Heroes"
Much-employed vocal performer. Standout among his numerous credits: The title role in Johnny Bravo, Freakazoid's Lord Bravery and The Hunter, and Dexter's Dad on Dexter's Laboratory.
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Jodi Benson (b. 1961)
Aquagirl in "The Call"
American voice actress. A more famous underwater role: Ariel in Disney's The Little Mermaid.
Robbie Benson (b. 1956)
Wilkes in "P.O.V."
American teen actor of the 70s. More recently has appeared in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and provided the voice of the Beast in Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

Ken Berry (b. 1933)
Seymour Grey in "Never Fear "
American actor and comedian of the Disney studio (e.g., The Cat from Outer Space.) Also familiar from F Troop and Mama's Family.

Barry Bostwick (b. 1946)
Irving Kleinman in "Mean Seasons"
Actor, best known as Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and the mayor in the sitcom Spin City.
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Wayne Brady (b. 1972)
Micron in "The Call"
American actor, a performer on ABC's Whose Line Is It Anyway?
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Kimberly Brooks (b. ?)
Kathy Duquesne in Mystery of the Batwoman
Actress with some voice work experience.

Julie Brown (b. 1958)
Lily in "Eternal Youth"; Zatanna in "Zatanna"
American actress

Roscoe Lee Browne (b. 1925)
Dr. Wataki in "Time Out of Joint"
Deep voiced actor possessing awesome diction; usually as lawyers, judges, or respectable-seeming con men.
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Corey Burton (b. 1955)
Brainiac in "Knight Time"; Vilmos Egans in "Rebirth" and Istvan Hegedesh in "Armory"
Voice actor of vast range and experience.
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Levar Burton (b. 1957)
Hayden Sloane in "The Worry Men"
Character actor, best known as Kunta Kinte in TV's Roots and Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Joseph Campanella (b. 1933)
Matthew Thorne in "Paging the Crime Doctor"
Character actor with long experience, especially in television.

Dan Castellaneta (b. 1958)
Kobra flunkies in "Curse of Kobra"; Howard's dad in "Terry's Friend Dates a Robot"
Voice actor, best known from The Simpsons (Homer, Krusty the Klown, Groundskeeper Willie, etc.)
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Scott Cleverdon (b. 1969)
Thomas Blake in "Cult of the Cat"; Jack (The Royal Flush Gang) in Batman Beyond ("Dead Man's Hand" and "Once Burned")
Scottish actor.

Bud Cort (b. 1948)
Wormwood in "The Cape & Cowl Conspiracy"
American actor, best known from Harold and Maude. Also voiced the Toyman on Superman: The Animated Series.

Tim Curry (b. 1946)
Mutro Butha in "Final Cut"
Character actor and singer, equally good at sinister and comic roles. Best known as Dr. Frank-n-Furter in The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
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E. G. Daily (b. ?)
Thrift store manager in "Beware the Creeper"
Actress with much voice work to her credit: Babe (title role), Powerpuff Girls (Buttercup), Rugrats (Tommy). Also played Dottie in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.
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Tim Daly (b. 1956)
Clark Kent (Superman) in TNBA
Actor, best known as Joe Hackett from the sitcom Wings and as Dr. Richard Kimble in the TV spinoff of The Fugitive.

John de Lancie (b. 1948)
Eagleton in "Blind as a Bat" and "The Mechanic"
American actor, best known as "Q" in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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Dana Delany (b. 1956)
Lois Lane in TNBA; Andrea Beaumont in Mask of the Phantasm
Actress, the lead in the TV drama China Beach.

George DiCenzo (b. ?)
Ubu in BTAS
Character actor.
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Andy Dick (b. 1965)
Stan in "The Eggbaby"
Comedian, best known as the goofball Matthew from the sitcom NewsRadio.

Micky Dolenz (b. 1945)
Max and Min in "Two Face"
IMDb     VoiceChasers

Sean Donnellan (b. ?)
Virtual Announcer in Batman Beyond

Paul Dooley (b. 1928)
Father Michael in "It's Never Too Late"
Character actor of long experience.
IMDb     WhatACharacter      Fametracker

Roy Dotrice (b. 1923)
Frederick in "The Lion and the Unicorn" (miscredited as 'Roy Doctrice')
British character actor, often as curmudgeonly fathers: Father on Beauty and the Beast, Leopold Mozart in Amadeus.

Richard Dysart (b. 1929)
Dr. Bartholomew in "Dreams in Darkness" and "Lock Up"
Character actor, best known from TV's L.A. Law

Jill Eikenberry (b. 1947)
Carter's Mom in "Hidden Agenda "
American actress, Ann Kelsey on TV's L.A. Law.

Hector Elizondo (b. 1936)
Fallbrook in "The Terrible Trio"; Bane in Mystery of the Batwoman
Character actor.
IMDb     VoiceChasers

Cary Elwes (b. 1962)
Paxton Powers in "Ascension."
English-born actor, appearing in such diverse films as The Princess Bride, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Twister and Robin Hood: Men in Tights.

Farrah Forke (b. 1967)
Barda in "The Call"
American actress.

Matt Frewer (b. 1958)
Sid the Squid in "The Man Who Killed Batman"
Character actor and comedian, best known from the 80s as "Max Headroom."
IMDb     VoiceChasers

Elisa Gabrielli (b. ?)
Sonia Alcana in Mystery of the Batwoman

Michael Gross (b. 1947)
Warren McGinnis in "Betrayal"; Ventris in "See No Evil"
Actor, best known as father Steven Keaton on Family Ties; also as Reba McEntire's husband in Tremors.

Khrystyn Haje (b. 1968)
Rebecca Fallbrook in "The Terrible Trio"
American actress, best remembered from the late 80s sitcom Head of the Class.

Linda Hamilton (b. 956)
Susan Maguire in "Chemistry"; Dr. Stephanie Lake in "Meltdown"
American actress of the Sigourney Weaver tough-as-nails school. Played Sarah Connor in the Terminator films; also Catherine Chandler of TV's Beauty and the Beast.

Harry Hamlin (b. 1951)
Kaiser in "Joker's Wild" and Romulus in "Moon of the Wolf"
American actor, best known as Michael Kuzak in L.A. Law; fantasy film fanatics will remember him as Perseus in Clash of the Titans.

Tippi Hedren (b. 1931)
Donna Day in "Mean Seasons"
American actress, a former model. Most famous as Melanie Daniels in Hitchcock's The Birds.

Katherine Helmond (b. 1934)
Connie in "It's Never Too Late"
American comic actress, best remembered from TV's Soap; Terry Gilliam cast her as the devotee of plastic surgery in Brazil.

Michael Horse (b. 1951)
Ubu in TNBA
Character actor of Native American ancestry; played Tonto in the ill-fated 1980 The Legend of the Lone Ranger and Deputy Hawk in TV's Twin Peaks.
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Ken Howard (b. 1944)
Harness in "See No Evil"
American character actor, often in foxy/folksy roles.

Ernie Hudson (b. 1945)
Security Guard in "Joker's Wild"
Character actor, best known as the fourth of the Ghostbusters.

Michael Ironside (b. 1950)
80s Batman in "Legends of the Dark Knight"
Hard-edged Canadian character actor, usually in military roles (e.g., Starship Troopers, Top Gun). Voiced Darkseid in Superman: The Animated Series.
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Jeffrey Jones (b. 1947)
Nivens in "A Bullet for Bullock"
American character actor, usually as fussy and ineffective authority figures. Best remembered as Rooney in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, though he also did scene-stealing work in Amadeus and Beetlejuice. Recent Justice League appearance as Sir Swami in "Legends."
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Stacy Keach Jr. (b. 1941)
Phantasm in Mask of the Phantasm and Robert Vance in "Lost Soul"

American actor of intimidating presence, closely identified with the title role in the TV drama Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer; has latterly appeared as the father on the sitcom Titus.

Charles Kimbrough (b. 1936)
Singing Commissioner in "Out of the Past"
Stage actor, best known as stiff news anchor Jim Dial on the sitcom Murphy Brown. Voiced Victor the gargoyle in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Dan Lauria (b. 1947)
Bill Wallace in "Earthmover"
Character actor, best known as father Jack Arnold on TV's The Wonder Years.

Senator Patrick Leahy (b. 1940)
Territorial Governor in "Showdown."
No, that's not his first name. He's the senior Senator from Vermont and a noted Batman fanatic.
US Senate

Heather Locklear (b. 1961)
Lisa in "Prophecy of Doom"
Blonde bombshell, from TV's Melrose Place and Spin City.

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