Kevin Conroy, who provided his voice for Batman, has passed away at the age of 66

Kevin Conroy, a voice actor who has previously portrayed Batman, passed away on March 22. He was 66.

After 30 years of voicing the DC character, the American actor finally gave his all-star performance in the MultiVersus video game.

On Friday, Diane Pershing, who voiced Poison Ivy alongside Conroy in Batman: The Animated Series, announced his death on Facebook.

She added, “Very terrible news: Kevin Conroy, our beloved voice of Batman, died yesterday.” He’s been sick for a while, but he worked hard at the conventions, much to the delight of his many devoted followers. The whole cast and crew, as well as his legions of followers across the world, will miss him terribly.

Conroy has voiced characters in a wide variety of games, including those based on the Crusaders of Might and Magic, Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, and Max Payne series.

DC has released a statement expressing their “great sadness” at the loss of Kevin Conroy, the “voice of Batman” for several generations. Friends, family, and fans alike will miss him dearly.

Finally tweeting last month, Conroy gave his fans a spooky holiday. The end of this month would have been his 67th birthday.