Here are all the actors who played role of Batman and their career as Batman.
Wilson was the first and youngest actor to ever portray the adult Batman, yet he was also the least successful actor to do so.
In 1949’s Batman & Robin, the subsequent serial, Lowery took over the part. Unlike Lewis, Lowery, 36, had already featured in The Mark of Zorro (1940).
William West Anderson, who you are probably more familiar with as Adam West, was the one who spent the most time in the Batcave.
Fans thought their favorite superhero was about to receive the Adam West treatment once more when director Tim Burton and actor Michael Keaton were revealed for 1989’s Batman.
Kevin Conroy, unlike Soule, could definitely pull off the role of Batman in real life, which may be why many fans view him as the ideal Batman.
After seeing Kilmer in Tombstone, Schumacher became interested in him for 1995’s Batman Forever in which he played Doc Holiday, who Adam West also portrayed in a movie before he did the Batman TV series.
George Clooney’s acting career had just begun to take off when he was cast in Batman & Robin in 1997.
At least when it came to live-action adaptations, Batman appeared destined to remain a joke between Adam West and George Clooney.
The presence of Batman in the 2013 box office sensation The LEGO Movie might have easily been replaced by another actor, making it a performance that is overlooked on lists like these.
History is said to repeat itself, and when Ben Affleck was chosen to play Batman in Zack Snyder’s contentious Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it certainly did.
We all saw him for the first in Harry Potter and the goblet of fire as “Cedric Degree”. However, the actor came into the limelight only after his role in the Twilight series.