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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Batman

Batman

Release Date: Saturday, July 30 1966 (56 years ago)
Portrait of Adam WestAdam West
Batman / Bruce Wayne
Adam West was:
Portrait of Burt WardBurt Ward
Robin / Dick Grayson
Burt Ward was:
Portrait of Lee MeriwetherLee Meriwether
The Catwoman / Kitka
Lee Meriwether was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
The Joker
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Burgess MeredithBurgess Meredith
The Penguin
Burgess Meredith was:
Portrait of Frank GorshinFrank Gorshin
The Riddler
Frank Gorshin was:
Portrait of Alan NapierAlan Napier
Alfred
Alan Napier was:
Portrait of Neil HamiltonNeil Hamilton
Commissioner Gordon
Neil Hamilton was:
Portrait of Stafford ReppStafford Repp
Chief O'Hara
Stafford Repp was:
Portrait of Madge BlakeMadge Blake
Aunt Harriet Cooper
Madge Blake was:
Portrait of Reginald DennyReginald Denny
Commodore Schmidlapp
Reginald Denny was:
Portrait of Milton FromeMilton Frome
Vice Admiral Fangschliester
Milton Frome was:
Portrait of Gil PerkinsGil Perkins
Bluebeard
Gil Perkins was:
Portrait of Dick CrockettDick Crockett
Morgan
Dick Crockett was:
Portrait of George SawayaGeorge Sawaya
Quetch
George Sawaya was:
Portrait of Robert AdlerRobert Adler
Guard (uncredited)
Robert Adler was:
Portrait of Leon AltonLeon Alton
Official (uncredited)
Leon Alton was:
Portrait of Al BainAl Bain
Waiter (uncredited)
Al Bain was:
Portrait of Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
Picnicking Man (uncredited)
Bill Baldwin was:
Portrait of Vincent BarbiVincent Barbi
Picnicking Man (uncredited)
Vincent Barbi was:
Portrait of Wolfe BarzellWolfe Barzell
Israeli Delegate (uncredited)
Wolfe Barzell was:
Portrait of Jack BerleJack Berle
Official (uncredited)
Jack Berle was:
Portrait of Shelly BruceShelly Bruce
Beer Throwing Girl (uncredited)
Shelly Bruce was:
Portrait of Linda CarpenterLinda Carpenter
WAVE (uncredited)
Linda Carpenter was:
Portrait of Albert CarrierAlbert Carrier
French Delegate (uncredited)
Albert Carrier was:
Portrait of Arlene CharlesArlene Charles
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Arlene Charles was:
Portrait of George CisarGeorge Cisar
Rumpot in Window (uncredited)
George Cisar was:
Portrait of Maurice DallimoreMaurice Dallimore
United Kingdom Delegate (uncredited)
Maurice Dallimore was:
Portrait of Nancy DeCarlNancy DeCarl
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Nancy DeCarl was:
Portrait of Jay DellaJay Della
Controller (uncredited)
Jay Della was:
Portrait of George DeNormandGeorge DeNormand
Cop (uncredited)
George DeNormand was:
Portrait of William DozierWilliam Dozier
Narrator / Bat-Computer (voice) (uncredited)
William Dozier was:
Portrait of Bill DyerBill Dyer
Reporter (uncredited)
Bill Dyer was:
Portrait of Daniel ElamDaniel Elam
Official (uncredited)
Daniel Elam was:
Portrait of Louie EliasLouie Elias
Tavern Patron (uncredited)
Louie Elias was:
Portrait of Peter ForsterPeter Forster
Mr. Percy (uncredited)
Peter Forster was:
Portrait of Gregory GayeGregory Gaye
Soviet Delegate (uncredited)
Gregory Gaye was:
Portrait of Robert GoodwinRobert Goodwin
Nigerian Delegate (uncredited)
Robert Goodwin was:
Portrait of Annette GormanAnnette Gorman
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Annette Gorman was:
Portrait of Sol GorssSol Gorss
Guard (uncredited)
Sol Gorss was:
Portrait of Julie GreggJulie Gregg
Nightclub Singer (uncredited)
Julie Gregg was:
Portrait of Elizabeth HarrowerElizabeth Harrower
Picnicking Woman (uncredited)
Elizabeth Harrower was:
Portrait of Eddie HiceEddie Hice
Guinea Pig #1 (uncredited)
Eddie Hice was:
Portrait of George HolmesGeorge Holmes
Club Patron (uncredited)
George Holmes was:
Portrait of Marylou KenworthyMarylou Kenworthy
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Marylou Kenworthy was:
Portrait of Lyzanne La DueLyzanne La Due
Kissing Girl (uncredited)
Lyzanne La Due was:
Portrait of Jack LaLanneJack LaLanne
Himself - Exercise Leader (uncredited)
Jack LaLanne was:
Portrait of Sheila LaneSheila Lane
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Sheila Lane was:
Portrait of Harry LauterHarry Lauter
Mr. Merrick (uncredited)
Harry Lauter was:
Portrait of George J. LewisGeorge J. Lewis
Spanish Delegate (uncredited)
George J. Lewis was:
Portrait of Jo Anne LorenJo Anne Loren
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Jo Anne Loren was:
Portrait of Sandra LynnSandra Lynn
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Sandra Lynn was:
Portrait of Todd MasonTodd Mason
Reporter (uncredited)
Todd Mason was:
Portrait of Ed McCreadyEd McCready
Cop (uncredited)
Ed McCready was:
Portrait of Shirley MellineShirley Melline
Ballet Teacher (uncredited)
Shirley Melline was:
Portrait of Mary MichaelMary Michael
Receptionist (uncredited)
Mary Michael was:
Portrait of Harry MinseyHarry Minsey
Official (uncredited)
Harry Minsey was:
Portrait of Mike MorelliMike Morelli
Workman (uncredited)
Mike Morelli was:
Portrait of Monty O'GradyMonty O'Grady
Official (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady was:
Portrait of James O'HaraJames O'Hara
Airport Control Tower Man (uncredited)
James O'Hara was:
Portrait of Letitia PaquetteLetitia Paquette
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Letitia Paquette was:
Portrait of Anne PattersonAnne Patterson
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Anne Patterson was:
Portrait of Charlie PicerniCharlie Picerni
Guinea Pig #5 (uncredited)
Charlie Picerni was:
Portrait of Murray PollackMurray Pollack
Police Officer (uncredited)
Murray Pollack was:
Portrait of Ann ReeceAnn Reece
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Ann Reece was:
Portrait of Wally RoseWally Rose
Minor Role (uncredited)
Wally Rose was:
Portrait of Clark RossClark Ross
Official (uncredited)
Clark Ross was:
Portrait of Tony SantoroTony Santoro
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Tony Santoro was:
Portrait of Bernard SellBernard Sell
Official (uncredited)
Bernard Sell was:
Portrait of Teru ShimadaTeru Shimada
Japanese Delegate (uncredited)
Teru Shimada was:
Portrait of Carl SkloverCarl Sklover
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Carl Sklover was:
Portrait of June SmaneyJune Smaney
Club Patron (uncredited)
June Smaney was:
Portrait of Mabel SmaneyMabel Smaney
Club Patron (uncredited)
Mabel Smaney was:
Portrait of Cap SomersCap Somers
Seaman (uncredited)
Cap Somers was:
Portrait of Fred StromsoeFred Stromsoe
Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe was:
Portrait of William TannenWilliam Tannen
American Delegate (uncredited)
William Tannen was:
Portrait of Emmanuel ThomasEmmanuel Thomas
Mr. Stanley - Globe Reporter (uncredited)
Emmanuel Thomas was:
Portrait of Joan ThomasJoan Thomas
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Joan Thomas was:
Portrait of Arthur ToveyArthur Tovey
Cop at Press Conference (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey was:
Portrait of Susan TracySusan Tracy
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Susan Tracy was:
Portrait of Ivan TriesaultIvan Triesault
West German Delegate (uncredited)
Ivan Triesault was:
Portrait of Sandy TylerSandy Tyler
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Sandy Tyler was:
Portrait of Susan WaltherSusan Walther
Teen Girl (uncredited)
Susan Walther was:
Portrait of Guy WayGuy Way
Guinea Pig #2 (uncredited)
Guy Way was:
Portrait of Van WilliamsVan Williams
President Lyndon B. Johnson (voice) (uncredited)
Van Williams was:
Portrait of John YatesJohn Yates
Reporter (uncredited)
John Yates was:
Portrait of De De YoungDe De Young
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
De De Young was:
Portrait of Jim MichaelJim Michael
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Jim Michael was:
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