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Mackenzie Gray

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Mackenzie Gray (b. November 22, 1957) portrayed Doctor Alistair Kreig in the episode "Cyborg" of the series Smallville, LX-3, a clone of Lex Luthor, in the episode "Lazarus" of the same series, and Jax-Ur in the film Man of Steel.

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Madge Blake

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Madge Blake (b. May 31, 1899 - d. February 19, 1969) portrayed Aunt Harriet on the TV series Batman. She also appeared briefly in the 1966 movie Batman, albeit with no dialogue.

Due to ill-health, Blake's appearances were reduced to just two cameos during the third and final season of Batman in 1968.
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Madison McLaughlin

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Madison McLaughlin (b. November 5, 1995) portrays Evelyn Sharp/Artemis on the series Arrow.

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Mae Whitman

Mae Whitman (b. June 9, 1988) voiced a number of DC characters including:

She is the daughter of Pat Musick.
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Maggie Geha

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Maggie Geha (b. April 4, 1988) portrays Ivy Pepper on the series Gotham beginning in its third season, replacing Clare Foley.

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Maggie Gyllenhaal

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Maggie Gyllenhaal (b. November 16, 1977) portrayed Rachel Dawes in the film The Dark Knight. She replaced Katie Holmes who had portrayed the character in Batman Begins due to Holme's scheduling conflicts.

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Maggie Wheeler

Maggie Wheeler (b. August 7, 1961) voiced Antiope for the animated series Justice League.
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Maisie Richardson-Sellers

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Maisie Richardson-Sellers (b. March 2, 1992) portrays Amaya Jiwe/Vixen and Charlie on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Makenzie Leigh

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Makenzie Leigh (b. August 9, 1990) portrayed Liza on the series Gotham.

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Malachi Throne

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Malachi Throne (b. December 1, 1928 - d. March 13, 2013) portrayed False Face on the television series Batman. He appeared in two episodes, "True or False Face" and "Holy Rat Race". For the part of False Face, Thorne wore a plastic mask in place of the different facial makeups that had originally been planned. Unfortunately, the mask came out as a horrible burn face when photographed. Throne played only one scene without the plastic mask, which was part of "True or False Face", where False Face is disguised as the armored car driver.

During a contract disagreement, and because he was unhappy with the finished product, Throne requested that his name be withdrawn from the credits. The producers agreed to this, but pointed out that they reserved the right to use his name. For "True Or False Face", a question mark appeared in the "Special Guest Villain" billing in the opening and closing credits where Throne's name should have been. For "Holy Rat Race", the question mark "Special Guest Villain" billing was retained for the opening credits while Throne was given the final billing on the closing credits.[1]

Decades later, Throne would voice The Judge for the animated series The New Batman Adventures, Fingers the Gorilla for the animated series Batman Beyond and Ranakar for animated film Green Lantern: First Flight.
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Malcolm Barrett

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Malcolm Barrett (b. April 22, 1980) portrays F.J. Hoover on the series Preacher.

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Malcolm Goodwin

Malcolm Goodwin (b. October 10, 1988) plays Clive Babineaux on the series iZombie.
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Malcolm McDowell

Malcolm McDowell (b. June 13, 1943) voiced the following characters:

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Malese Jow

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Malese Jow (b. February 18, 1991) portrayed Linda Park on the series The Flash.

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Malin Akerman

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Malin Akerman (b. May 12, 1978) portrayed Laurie Jupiter/Silk Spectre in the film Watchmen.

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Malina Weissman

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Malina Weissman (b. March 12, 2003) portrays a young Kara Zor-El on the series Supergirl.

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Malkolm Alburquenque

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Malkolm Alburquenque (b. 1995) portrayed a young Clark Kent just after he arrived on Earth on the series Smallville.

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Manu Bennett

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Manu Bennett (b. October 10, 1969) portrays Slade Wilson/Deathstroke on the series Arrow.

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Manu Tupou

Manu Tupou (b. January 5, 1935 - d. June 5, 2004) voiced Ubu for the episode "The Demon's Quest, Part I" of the animated seried Batman with George DiCenzo taking over the role with the next episode.
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Marc McClure

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Marc McClure (b. March 31, 1957) portrayed Jimmy Olsen in the films: Superman (1978); Superman II (1980); Superman III (1983); and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987). He reprised the role in the film Supergirl (1984). He is the only actor from the Christopher Reeve Superman franchise to appear in all five films. In 2008, McClure portrayed Dax-Ur on the series Smallville.

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Marc Singer

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Marc Singer (b. January 29, 1948) voiced Kirk Langstrom/Man-Bat for the animated series Batman. He later portrayed General Matthew Shrieve on the series Arrow.

His cousin is Superman Returns director, Bryan Singer.
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Marc Worden

Marc Worden (b. June 5, 1976) voiced Killer Moth for the episode "Can I Keep Him?" of the animated series Teen Titans, Warhawk for the episode "Epilogue" of the animated series Justice League Unlimited, and Kanjar Ro and Lieutenant Matthew Shrieve for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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Marcella Lentz-Pope

Marcella Lentz-Pope voiced Vera Black for the animated film Superman vs. The Elite.
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Marcelo Tubert

Marcelo Tubert has voiced a number of one-off characters on DC related projects including:

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Margot Kidder

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Margot Kidder (b. October 17, 1948 - d. May 13, 2018) portrayed Lois Lane in Superman, Superman II, Superman III, and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. She also portrayed Bridgette Crosby on the series Smallville.

Her niece is actress Janet Kidder.
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Margot Robbie

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Margot Robbie (b. July 2, 1990) portrays Harley Quinn in the DC Extended Universe.

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Marguerite Chapman

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Marguerite Chapman (b. March 9, 1918 - d. August 31, 1999) portrayed Eve Corby in the 1942 Republic Pictures serial Spy Smasher.

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Mari Devon

Mari Devon (b. 1960) voiced Summer Gleeson for the animated series Batman and Miss Winston for the animated series Batman Beyond. She also voiced incidental characters for the animated series The Zeta Project and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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María Canals-Barrera

María Canals-Barrera (b. September 28, 1966) voiced Shelly Sandoval for the animated series Static Shock and Shayera Hol/Hawkgirl for the animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.
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Mariel Hemingway

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Mariel Hemingway (b. November 22, 1961) portrayed Lacy Warfield in the film Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.

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Mariko Tse

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Mariko Tse portrayed Linda Park on the series The Flash.

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Marilu Henner

Marilu Henner (b. April 6, 1952) voiced Veronica Vreeland on the animated series Batman.
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Marion Cotillard

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Marion Cotillard (b. September 30, 1975) portrayed Talia al Ghul in the film The Dark Knight Rises.

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Mark Gagliardi

Mark Gagliardi (b. August 25, 1969) voiced Batman in the web series DC Super Friends.
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Mark Hamill

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Mark Hamill (b. September 25, 1951) is best known for his role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise. He has voiced many animated characters and has made a significant contribution to adaptations of DC Comics properties, most notably as the Joker for the DC Animated Universe (DCAU) and the Arkhamverse.

His first DC Comics related role was on The Flash, where he portrayed The Trickster/James Jesse in two episodes that aired in 1991 entitled "The Trickster" and "Trial of The Trickster". Just prior to the mid-season break for CW's The Flash in 2014 it was announced that Hamill would reprise the role for the new series.[4]

In 1992 he worked on the animated series Batman voicing the character he would become primarily tied to, the Joker. In addition to the Joker, he also voiced Ferris Boyle, Trickster, Solomon Grundy, Jordan Pryce, and other smaller parts for projects set in the DCAU. This included video games such as Batman: Vengeance.

He also reprised the Joker for video games such as DC Universe Online and the first two installments of the "Arkhamverse" franchise. After the success of the second game, Batman: Arkham City, he decided to retire the character.[5] However, with 2015's Batman: Arkham Knight he returned to voicing the character.
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Mark Kiely

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Mark Kiely portrayed Ching on the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, taking over the role from Jon Tenney.

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Mark L. Taylor

Mark L. Taylor (b. October 25, 1950) voiced Firestorm for the animated series Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians and Jimmy Olsen for the animated series Superman.
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Mark Lindsay Chapman

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Mark Lindsay Chapman (b. September 8, 1954) portrayed Anton Arcane on the series Swamp Thing.

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Mark Margolis

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Mark Margolis (b. November 26, 1939) portrayed Felix Faust on the series Constantine and Paul Cicero on the series Gotham.

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Mark Pillow

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Mark Pillow (b. April 14, 1959) portrayed Nuclear Man in the film Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.

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Mark Rolston

Mark Rolston (b. December 7, 1956) has voiced a number of DC related characters, including:

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Mark Strong

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Mark Strong (b. August 5, 1963) portrayed Thaal Sinestro in the film Green Lantern.

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Marlene Aragon

Marlene Aragon voiced the Cheetah for the animated series Challenge of the Super Friends.
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Marlon Brando

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Marlon Brando (b. April 3, 1924 - d. July 1, 2004) portrayed Superman's Kryptonian father Jor-El in the film Superman. He reprised the role for the film's sequel Superman II, but his appearances were ultimately cut from the original theatrical release of the film. Brando received top billing for Superman even above that of Christopher Reeve. Unused footage and archival voice recordings of Brando were edited and used for unique scenes in the 2006 motion picture Superman Returns. Also in 2006 was the direct to DVD release of Superman II: The Donner Cut, in which the missing original footage of Brando was re-cut into this alternate version of the film.

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Martin Cummins

Martin Cummins (b. November 28, 1969) portrayed Lawrence Garner on the series Smallville.
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Martin Donovan

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Martin Donovan (b. August 19, 1957) portrayed Druce on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Martin Jarvis

Martin Jarvis (b. August 4, 1941) voiced Alfred Pennyworth throughout the Arkham franchise, beginning with Batman: Arkham City.
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Mary Black

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Mary Black (b. October 26, 1935) portrayed Ro-Zar in the film Man of Steel.

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Mary Frann

Mary Frann (b. February 27, 1943 - d. September 23, 1998) portrayed Alice White on the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
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Mary Kay Bergman

Mary Kay Bergman (b. June 5, 1961 - d. November 11, 1999) voiced Batgirl for the animated film Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero.
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Mary McDonald-Lewis

Mary McDonald-Lewis (b. September 24, 1953) voiced Wonder Woman for the animated series Superman and Maven for the animated series Batman.
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Mathew Valencia

Mathew Valencia (b. December 12, 1983) voiced Tim Drake/Robin for the animated series The New Batman Adventures.
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Matt Adler

Matt Adler (b. December 8, 1966) dubbed Kevin Miller as the disfigured Lex Luthor in the Smallville episode "Requiem".
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Matt Ballard

Matt Ballard voiced Carmen Dillo for the animated series Static Shock.
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Matt Czuchry

Matt Czuchry (b. May 20, 1977) voiced Brainiac 5 on the series Justice League Unlimited.
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Matt Frewer

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Matt Frewer (b. January 4, 1958) portrayed Edgar Jacobi/Moloch in the film Watchmen

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Matt Landers

Matt Landers (b. October 21, 1952 - d. March 12, 2015) voiced a recurring minor ganster named Frankie for a few episodes of the animated series Batman and Louie for the animated series Batman Beyond.

His wife, Murphy Cross, and daughter, Fiona Landers, have also worked on DC Comics related projects.
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Matt Letscher

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Matt Letscher (b. June 26, 1970) portrays Eobard Thawne, in his original form, on the series The Flash and DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Matt Ryan

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Matt Ryan (b. April 11, 1981) portrayed John Constantine on the TV series Constantine, the animated movie Justice League Dark and the TV series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Matthew Goode

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Matthew Goode (b. April 3, 1978) portrayed Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias in the film Watchmen.

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Matthew MacCaull

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Matthew MacCaull (b. April 4, 1978) portrayed Sebastian Meyer on the series iZombie and Henry Heywood/Commander Steel on series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Matthew Mercer

Matthew Mercer (b. June 29, 1982) voiced Robin in the video game Batman: Arkham Knight and Hellhound and Chuckie Sol in the animated movie Batman: Bad Blood.
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Matthew Munn

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Matthew Munn portrayed a young Lex Luthor in a few episodes of Smallville.

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Matthew Settle

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Matthew Settle (b. September 17, 1969) portrayed Guy Gardner/Green Lantern in the unreleased TV movie Justice League of America.

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Maureen Teefy

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Maureen Teefy (b. October 26, 1953) portrayed Lucy Lane in the 1984 movie Supergirl.

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Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche (b. March 30, 1958) voiced Victor Fries/Mister Freeze and Julian Day/Calendar Man for the Arkhamverse game series.
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Max Train

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Max Train (b. September 18, 1983) portrayed Jesse Watts on the series Smallville.

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Megan Fox

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Megan Fox (b. May 16, 1986) portrayed Leila in the film Jonah Hex.

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Megan West

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Megan West (b. January 9, 1991) portrayed Imogen on the series Constantine.

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Mehcad Brooks

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Mehcad Brooks (b. October 25, 1980) portrays James Olsen on the series Supergirl.

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Mekia Cox

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Mekia Cox (b. November 18, 1981) portrayed a doctor on the series Gotham. The character was unnamed within the episode of her single appearance, nor was she identified in the episode credits. Early publicity material from FOX identified the character as "Doctor Leslie Thompkins".[6][7]

When Doctor Leslie Thompkins became a recurring character later in the season, the role was recast with Morena Baccarin. No attempt within the continuity of the series has been made to reconcile the discrepancy.
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Mel Winkler

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Mel Winkler (b. October 23, 1941) portrayed Inspector Henderson in the pilot episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, with the role being taken over by Brent Jennings. Later he reprised the role, voicing the character for the animated series Superman. He also voiced Lucius Fox for the animated series The New Batman Adventures.

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Melissa Benoist

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Melissa Benoist (b. October 4, 1988) portrays Kara Danvers/Supergirl on the series Supergirl.

Benoist was married to Blake Jenner.
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Melissa Gilbert

Melissa Gilbert (b. May 8, 1964) voiced Barbara Gordon/Batgirl for the animated series Batman.
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Melissa Joan Hart

Melissa Joan Hart (b. April 18, 1976) voiced Saturn Girl and Dee Dee for the DCAU.
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Melissa Manchester

Melissa Manchester (b. February 15, 1951) is an American actress and singer who voiced for background characters for the episode "Pretty Poison" of the animated series Batman.
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Meredith MacRae

Meredith MacRae (b. May 30, 1944 - d. July 14, 2000) voiced Doctor Francine Langstrom for the animated series Batman.
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Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow (b. February 9, 1945) portrayed Allura in the film Supergirl.
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Mia Sara

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Mia Sara (b. June 19, 1967) portrayed Doctor Harleen Quinzel on the series Birds of Prey.

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Michael-Leon Wooley

Michael-Leon Wooley (b. March 29, 1971) voiced a number of DC characters, including:

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Michael Adamthwaite

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Michael Adamthwaite (b. September 1, 1981) portrayed Rick DeGroot on the series Smallville.

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Michael Ansara

Michael Ansara (b. April 15, 1922 - d. July 31, 2013) voiced Mister Freeze for various DC Animated Universe projects beginning with the the animated series Batman.
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Michael Bell

Michael Bell (b. July 30, 1938) is a voice acting veteran who has voiced a number of DC related characters:

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Michael Caine

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Michael Caine (b. March 14, 1933) portrayed Alfred Pennyworth in Christopher Nolan's trilogy of films Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises.

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Michael Cassidy

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Michael Cassidy (b. March 20, 1983) portrayed Grant Gabriel on the series Smallville and Jimmy Olsen in the film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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Michael Cerveris

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Michael Cerveris (b. November 6, 1960) portrays Professor Pyg on the series Gotham.

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Michael Champlin

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Michael Champlin portrayed Crown Prince on the series Swamp Thing.

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Michael Chiklis

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Michael Chiklis (b. August 30, 1963) portrays Nathaniel Barnes on the series Gotham.

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Michael Clarke Duncan

Michael Clarke Duncan (b. December 10, 1957 - d. September 3, 2012) voiced Rashid Randall for the animated series Static Shock, Krall for the animated series Teen Titans, and Kilowog for the film Green Lantern.
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Michael Cornacchia

Michael Cornacchia (b. February 23, 1975) voiced Bouncing Boy for the animated series Legion of Super-Heroes.
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Michael Daingerfield

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Michael Daingerfield (b. October 29, 1970) voiced Superman for the animated series Krypto the Superdog and portrayed Gordon Godfrey for the series Smallville.

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Michael David Donovan

Michael David Donovan (b. June 12, 1953) voiced Bizarro for the animated film JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time.
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Michael Des Barres

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Michael Des Barres (b. January 24, 1948) voiced Nostromos for the animated series Batman. He also portrayed Lenny Stoke in the episode "Wall of Sound" of the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Adam Verrell in the two part episode "A Change of Heart" of the series Superboy.

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Michael Dorn

Michael Dorn (b. December 9, 1952) is best known for portraying Worf in the Star Trek franchise. He has voiced a number of DC related characters, including:

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Michael Emerson

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Michael Emerson (b. September 7, 1954) voiced The Joker for the animated films Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2. He also portrayed Cayden James on the series Arrow.

Emerson is better known for portraying Benjamin Linus on the series Lost.
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Michael Fassbender

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Michael Fassbender (b. April 2, 1977) portrayed Burke in the film Jonah Hex.

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Michael Gough

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Michael Gough (b. November 23, 1916 - d. March 17, 2011) portrayed Alfred Pennyworth in the films Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman and Robin. He reprised his role in selected OnStar Batman commercials in 1999.

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Michael Gray

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Michael Gray (b. September 2, 1951) portrayed Billy Batson on the series Shazam!.

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Michael Gross

Michael Gross (b. June 21, 1947) voiced Lloyd Ventrix for the the animated series Batman and Warren McGinnis for the animated series Batman Beyond.
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Michael Hogan

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Michael Hogan (b. 1949) portrayed Slade Wilson on the series Smallville.

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Michael Horse

Michael Horse (b. December 21, 1951) voiced Ubu for the animated series Superman and Holling Longshadow for the animated series Young Justice. He was the third acrtor to voice Ubu, taking up the role from George DiCenzo.
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Michael Ironside

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Michael Ironside (b. February 12, 1950) voiced Batman for the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns inspired section of the episode "Legends of the Dark Knight" of the animated series The New Batman Adventures and Darkseid for the animated series Superman, Justice League, and Justice League Unlimited. He also portrayed General Sam Lane on the series Smallville and Lewis Snart on The Flash.

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Michael J. Gough

Michael J. Gough (b. December 3, 1956) voiced James Gordon for Batman: Arkham Origins
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Michael J. Pollard

Michael J. Pollard (b. May 30, 1939) portrayed Mister Mxyzptlk on the series Superboy.
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Michael Jai White

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Michael Jai White (b. November 10, 1967) has participated in a number of animated and live action projects based on DC Comics characters. He has voiced:

He has portrayed Gambol in the film The Dark Knight and Ben Turner on the series Arrow.
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Michael James Shaw

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Michael James Shaw (b. September 16, 1986) portrayed Papa Midnite on the series Constantine.

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Michael Keaton

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Michael Keaton (b. September 5, 1951) portrayed Batman/Bruce Wayne in the motion picture Batman and its sequel Batman Returns. He was succeeded by Val Kilmer in Batman Forever.

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Michael Kelly

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Michael Kelly (b. May 22, 1969) portrayed Steve Lombard in the film Man of Steel.

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Michael Landes

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Michael Landes (b. September 18, 1972) portrayed Jimmy Olsen for the first season of the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

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Michael Maitland

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Michael Maitland (b. August 27, 1956 - d. April 23, 2014) portrayed Chick Jeffers on the television series Isis.

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Michael McKean

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Michael McKean (b. October 17, 1947) voiced Sportsman for the animated series Justice League and portrayed Perry White on the series Smallville.

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Michael Nader

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Michael Nader (b. February 19, 1945) portrayed Nicholas Pike on the series The Flash.

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Michael P. Greco

Michael P. Greco voiced Kyle Rayner/Green Lantern in the Superman episode "In Brightest Day...".
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Michael Pataki

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Michael Pataki (b. January 16, 1938 - d. April 15, 2010) voiced The Sewer King for the animated series Batman.

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Michael Reid MacKay

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Michael Reid MacKay (b. June 24, 1953) portrayed Antonio Diego in the film Batman and Robin.

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Michael Rosenbaum

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Michael Rosenbaum (b. July 11, 1972) has played several roles of DC adaptations, but is best known for portraying Lex Luthor on the series Smallville and voicing the Flash/Wally West for the DC Animated Universe. He also voiced:

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Michael Rowe

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Michael Rowe portrayed Floyd Lawton/Deadshot on the series Arrow.

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Michael Rye

Michael Rye (b. March 2, 1918 - d. September 21, 2012) voiced Green Lantern and Apache Chief on the animated series Challenge of the Super Friends.
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Michael Scranton

Michael Scranton portrayed Thomas Wayne in the film Batman Forever.
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Michael Shanks

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Michael Shanks (b. December 15, 1970) portrayed Carter Hall/Hawkman on the series Smallville. He is known best for portraying Daniel Jackson on Stargate SG-1 and in the related franchise.

He is married to actress Lexa Doig.
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Michael Shannon

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Michael Shannon (b. August 7, 1974) portrayed Cross Williams in film Jonah Hex and Zod in film Man of Steel.

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Michael T. Weiss

Michael T. Weiss (b. February 2, 1962) has voiced a number of characters, including:

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Michael York

Michael York (b. March 27, 1942) voiced Count Vertigo and Montague Kane for the animated series Batman and Kanto for the animated series Superman.
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Michele Morgan

Michele Morgan (b. 1970) voiced Sharon Hawkins for the animated series Static Shock.
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Michelle Harrison

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Michelle Harrison (b. March 24, 1975) portrays Nora Allen on the series The Flash.

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Michelle Hurd

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Michelle Hurd (b. December 21, 1966) portrayed Bea da Costa/Fire in the unreleased TV movie Justice League of America.

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Michelle Monaghan

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Michelle Monaghan (b. March 23, 1976) portrayed the demon Ellie in the film Constantine and voiced Wonder Woman for the animated film Justice League: War.

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Michelle Pfeiffer

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Michelle Pfeiffer (b. April 29, 1958) portrayed Catwoman/Selina Kyle in the film Batman Returns. A photo of Pfeiffer as Catwoman can be briefly seen in the film Catwoman starring Halle Berry.

She has been married to David E. Kelley since 1993.
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Michelle Veintimilla

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Michelle Veintimilla (b. November 7, 1992) portrays Bridgit Pike on the series Gotham. She was replaced by Camila Perez on the third season, but eventually returned for the role as of late season 4.

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Miguel Ferrer

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Miguel Ferrer (b. February 7, 1955 - d. January 19, 2017) portrayed Weather Man in the unsold pilot for Justice League of America, including scenes where Martian Manhunter posed as the villain.

He also voiced a number of DC related chanters, including:

He was a cousin to George Clooney
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Mike Erwin

Mike Erwin (b. August 31, 1978) voiced Speedy for the animated series Teen Titans and reprised the role for the animated series Justice League Unlimited.
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Mike Farrell

Mike Farrell (b. February 6, 1939) voiced Jonathan Kent for the animated series Superman.
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Milli Wilkinson

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Milli Wilkinson portrayed Talia al Ghul on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Milo Ventimiglia

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Milo Ventimiglia (b. July 8, 1977) portrayed Jason Skolimski on the series Gotham.

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Ming-Na

Ming-Na (b. November 20, 1963) voiced Ellen Yin for the animated series The Batman.
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Miranda Cosgrove

Miranda Cosgrove (b. May 14, 1993) dubbed Jade Unterman as the young Lana Lang in the Smallville episode "Pilot".
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Miss Kittie

Miss Kittie (b. March 7, 1971) voiced Raquel Ervin/Rocket for three episodes of the animated series Young Justice, being succeeded by Denise Boutte for the characters final appearance in the series.
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Missy Peregrym

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Missy Peregrym (b. June 16, 1982) portrayed Molly Griggs on the series Smallville and the webseries The Vengeance Chronicles. She also appeared as a model in the film Catwoman.

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Mitchell Kosterman

Mitchell Kosterman (b. February 4, 1958) portrayed Ethan Miller on the series Smallville.
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Monique Gabriela Curnen

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Monique Gabriela Curnen (b. September 7, 1977) portrayed Anna Ramirez in the film The Dark Knight.

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Monique Ganderton

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Monique Ganderton (b. August 6, 1980) portrayed Alia on the series Smallville.

Prior to taking the role, Ganderton worked as a stunt performer on Smallville, standing in for Cassidy Freeman (Tess Mercer).
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Morena Baccarin

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Morena Baccarin (b. June 2, 1979) voiced Black Canary for the animated series Justice League Unlimited, Cheetah for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Talia al Ghul for the animated film Son of Batman, and Gideon for the series The Flash. She also portrays Leslie Thompkins on the series Gotham.

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Morgan Freeman

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Morgan Freeman (b. June 1, 1937) portrayed Lucius Fox in the Christopher Nolan trilogy of films: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises.

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Murphy Cross

Murphy Cross (b. June 22, 1950) voiced Grace Lamont for the animated series Batman.

Her husband Matt Landers and daughter Fiona Landers also have DC credits.
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Nafessa Williams

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Nafessa Williams (b. December 4, 1989) portrays Thunder/Anissa Pierce on the series Black Lightning.

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Naian Gonzalez Norvind

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Naian Gonzalez Norvind portrayed Alice Tetch on the series Gotham.

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Nannette Brown

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Nannette Brown (b. November 14, 1958) portrayed Linda Holland in the film Swamp Thing.

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Nancy Amelia Bell

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Nancy Amelia Bell portrayed Granny Goodness in the Smallville episode "Salvation". For season 10, Bell was replaced with Christine Willes.

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Natalie Alyn Lind

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Natalie Alyn Lind (b. June 21, 2000) portrayed Silver St. Cloud on the series Gotham.

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Natalie Lander

Natalie Lander (b. March 28, 1983) voiced Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl on the animated series Justice League Action.
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Natalie Portman

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Natalie Portman (b. June 9, 1981) portrayed Evey Hammond in the film V for Vendetta. She's best known for playing Padme Amidala in the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

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Nathan Darrow

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Nathan Darrow (b. June 21, 1976) portrays Mister Freeze on the series Gotham and John Custer on the series Preacher.

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Nathan Fillion

Nathan Fillion (b. March 27, 1971) has voiced a number of characters including:

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Nathan Gamble

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Nathan Gamble (b. January 12, 1998) portrayed James Gordon, Jr. in the film The Dark Knight.

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Navid Negahban

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Navid Negahban (b. June 2, 1968) portrayed Al-Owal on the series Arrow.

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Neal McDonough

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Neal McDonough (b. February 13, 1966) voiced Green Arrow for the DC Showcase: Green Arrow animated short, Flash and Nightwing for the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Deadshot for the animated movie Batman: Assault on Arkham. He also portrays Damien Darhk on the series Arrow.

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Ned Beatty

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Ned Beatty (b. July 6, 1937) portrayed Otis, Lex Luthor's bumbling henchman, in the film Superman and its sequel Superman II.

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Neil Flynn

Neil Flynn (b. November 13, 1960) portrayed Pete Dinsmore on the television series Smallville and voiced Chuck McCabe on Vixen.
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Neil Gaiman

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Neil Gaiman (b. November 10, 1960) voiced God for the series Lucifer.
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Neil Hamilton

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Neil Hamilton (b. September 9, 1899 - d. September 24, 1984) portrayed Commissioner Gordon on the television series Batman, and in the related film Batman.

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Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris (b. June 15, 1973) voiced Ray Thompson for the anmiated series Justice League, Flash for the animated film Justice League: The New Frontier, the Music Meister for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Nightwing for the animated film Batman: Under the Red Hood.
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Neil Ross

Neil Ross (b. December 31, 1944) voiced a number of incidental characters for Batman, Superman, The Zeta Project, The Batman, and The Batman vs. Dracula.
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Nelson Leigh

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Nelson Leigh (b. January 1, 1905 - d. July 3, 1985) portrayed Jor-El in the 15 chapter Columbia serial entitled Superman.

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Nestor Carbonell

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Nestor Carbonell (b. December 1, 1967) voiced El Diablo for the animated series Justice League Unlimited and portrayed Anthony Garcia in the films The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises

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Nichelle Nichols

Nichelle Nichols (b. December 28, 1932) is best known for portraying Uhura in the Star Trek franchise. She voiced Thoth Khepera for the animated series Batman.
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Nicholas D'Agosto

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Nicholas D'Agosto (b. April 17, 1980) portrayed Harvey Dent on the series Gotham.

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Nicholas Guest

Nicholas Guest (b. May 5, 1951) voiced Jack Walker/Jack of Spades for the animated series Batman Beyond and the Question and Martian Manhunter for the animated series Batman: The Brave and The Bold.
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Nicholas Worth

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Nicholas Worth (b. September 4, 1937 - d. May 7, 2007) portrayed Bruno in the film Swamp Thing.

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Nicholle Tom

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Nicholle Tom (b. March 23, 1978) voiced Kara In-Ze/Supergirl for the animated series Superman and other DC animated universe shows and Galatea and Shakira for the animated series Justice League Unlimited.

She also portrayed Miriam Loeb on the series Gotham.
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Nick Zano

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Nick Zano (b. March 8, 1978) portrays Nate Heywood/Steel on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage (b. January 7, 1964) voiced Superman in the animated film Teen Titans Go!: To the Movies. In the 1990s, Cage was cast as Superman in the never-produced film Superman Lives.
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Nicole Kidman

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Nicole Kidman (b. June 20, 1967) portrayed Chase Meridian in the film Batman Forever.

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Nicole Sullivan

Nicole Sullivan (b. April 21, 1970) voices Supergirl for Super Best Friends Forever. It was announced in the San Diego Comic Con she will also voice Supergirl for the DC Super Hero Girls cartoon.[9]
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Nigel De Brulier

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Nigel De Brulier (b. July 8, 1877 - d. January 30, 1948) portrayed Shazam in the film serial Adventures of Captain Marvel.

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Nika Futterman

Nika Futterman (b. October 25, 1969) voiced Lashina and Catwoman in Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Hawkgirl in DC Super Hero Girls.
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Noah Taylor

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Noah Taylor (b. September 4, 1969) portrays Adolf Hitler on the series Preacher.

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Noel Neill

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Noel Neill (b. November 25, 1920 - d. July 3, 2016) has portrayed many DC related characters, most notably Lois Lane in the Columbia serials Superman and Atom Man vs. Superman. In 1953, Noel replaced Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane on the series Adventures of Superman after its first season. Noel made a brief, uncredited cameo in the film Superman as Ella Lane. In 1991 she portrayed Alexis in the episode "Paranoia" of the series Superboy. In 2006 she portrayed Gertrude Vanderworth, the dying widow seduced by Lex Luthor, in the film Superman Returns.

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Nolan North

Nolan North (b. October 31, 1970) has voiced a number of characters for many DC related projects, including:

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Norm Lewis

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Norm Lewis (b. June 2, 1963) portrayed Deputy Mayor Harrison Kane on the series Gotham.

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Norm Prescott

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Norm Prescott (b. January 31, 1927 - d. July 2, 2005) was one of the producers on the television series put out by Filmation, including the live-actions series Shazam! and Isis. He voiced of the Elders, notably Solomon, for Shazam!, who appeared as animated characters in the series.
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Norman Alden

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Norman Alden (b. September 13, 1924 - d. July 27, 2012) voiced Aquaman for first two seasons of the animated series Super Friends. Ther role was recast with William Callaway beginning with the third season. Earlier, Alden had portrayed one of Joker's henchmen on the series Batman.

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Norman Burton

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Norman Burton (b. December 5, 1923 - d. November 29, 2003) portrayed Joseph Atkinson on the television series Wonder Woman.

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Oded Fehr

Oded Fehr (b. November 23, 1970) voiced Kent Nelson/Doctor Fate for the animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, Equinox for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Ra's al Ghul/L-2 for the animated series Young Justice.
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Odessa Rae

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Odessa Ray portrayed Maggie McDougal and her ancestor the Silver Banshee on the series Smallville.

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Odette Annable

Odette Annable (b. May 10, 1985) portrays Samantha Arias/Reign on the series Supergirl.
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Ogie Banks

Ogie Banks (b. June 13, 1973) voiced Clayface and Mister Freeze for the Lego Batman: The Videogame.
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Olan Soule

Olan Soule (b. February 28, 1909 - d. February 1, 1994) voiced Batman on nearly every iteration of the Super Friends with the exception of Galactic Guardians: The Legendary Super-Powers Show where the character was voiced by Adam West. He also played a newscaster in an episode of Batman.
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Olivia Cheng

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Olivia Cheng (b. August 20, 1979) portrayed Linda Park on the TV series Arrow and The Flash. When the role was expanded, Cheng was replaced by Malese Jow.

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Olivia d'Abo

Olivia d'Abo (b. January 22, 1969)
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Olivia Hussey

Olivia Hussey (b. April 17, 1951) voiced Talia al Ghul for the animated series Superman and Batman Beyond. She took over the role from Helen Slater who had voiced the character for the animated seriesBatman.
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Otto Preminger

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Otto Preminger (b. December 5, 1905 - d. April 23, 1986) portrayed Mister Freeze on the series Batman. He was the second actor to take the role, following George Sanders and preceding Eli Wallach.

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Owen Best

Owen Best (b. January 21, 1997) portrayed Young Jason Teague and Alec Abrams on the series Smallville.
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Paget Brewster

Paget Brewster (b. March 10, 1969) voiced Lana Lang for the animated films Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 and Lois Lane for the animated film Justice League: Gods and Monsters.
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Pam Grier

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Pam Grier (b. May 26, 1949) voiced M'yri'ah for the animated series Justice League and portrayed Amanda Waller on the series Smallville.

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Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon (b. July 9, 1966) voiced Ravager for the animated series Teen Titans Go!
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Pamela Stephenson

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Pamela Stephenson (b. December 4, 1949) portrayed Lorelei Ambrosia in the film Superman III

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Parker Posey

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Parker Posey (b. November 8, 1968) portrayed Kitty Kowalski in the film Superman Returns.

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Pascale Hutton

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Pascale Hutton (b. June 14, 1979) portrayed Karen Gallagher in the episode "Ageless" of the series Smallville. She later returned to the show and portrayed the Kryptonian Raya in the episodes "Zod" and "Fallout".

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Pat Fraley

Pat Fraley (b. February 18, 1949) voiced background characters for the animated series The World's Greatest Superfriends and Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show.[citation needed] He also voiced Jest, one of Joker's henchman, and Bat-Mite for the animated series Batman.
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Pat Hingle

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Pat Hingle (b. July 19, 1924 - d. January 3, 2009) portrayed Commissioner Gordon in the films Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman and Robin.

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Pat Musick

Pat Musick (b. November 1, 1956) has voiced many minor parts in several animated series. These have included:

She is the mother of Mae Whitman.
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Patricia Helwick

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Patricia Helwick portrayed Savanna Langford in the live-action television series Swamp Thing.

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Patrick Bergin

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Patrick Bergin (b. February 4, 1951) portrayed Morgan Edge on the series Smallville.

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Patrick Cassidy

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Patrick Cassidy (b. January 4, 1962) portrayed Leslie Luckabee on the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Henry Small on the series Smallville.

He is half-brother to David Cassidy and uncle to Katie Cassidy.
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Patrick Fabian

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Patrick Fabian (b. December 7, 1964) portrayed Reese Getty in the series Lucifer.

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Patrick J. Adams

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Patrick J. Adams (b. August 27, 1981) portrays Rex Tyler on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Patrick Wilson

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Patrick Wilson (b. July 3, 1973) portrayed Daniel Dreiberg/Nite-Owl in the film Watchmen and provided a small voice role as the President of the United States in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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Patton Oswalt

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Patton Oswalt (b. January 27, 1969) voiced Eldon Michaels for the animated series Batman Beyond, Specs for the animated series Static Shock, and Cosmo Krank/Toymaker for the animated series The Batman. He has also written stories published by DC.
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Paul Blackthorne

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Paul Blackthorne (b. March 5, 1969) portrays Quentin Lance on the series Arrow.

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Paul Eiding

Paul Eiding (b. March 28, 1957) voiced Jonathan Kent for the animated film Superman vs. The Elite.
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Paul Kaethler

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Paul Kaethler portrayed Richard White in the film Superman III.

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Paul Nakauchi

Paul Nakauchi voiced Wong Fei, Takeo, and Takahiro for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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Paul Reubens

Paul Reubens (b. August 27, 1952) voiced Bat-Mite for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold and portrayed the Penguin's father in the film Batman Returns and the series Gotham.

He is best known for portraying his character Pee-wee Herman.
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Paul Williams

Paul Williams (b. September 19, 1940) voiced Penguin for the animated series Batman and The New Batman Adventures. Williams did not reprise the role for the DC Animated Universe film Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman. The role was recast with David Ogden Stiers.
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Paul Winfield

Paul Winfield (b. May 22, 1939 - d. March 7, 2004) voiced Earl Cooper for the animated series Batman and Sam Young for the animated series Batman Beyond.
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Paula Marshall

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Paula Marshall (b. June 12, 1964) portrayed Iris West on the series The Flash.

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Pauley Perrette

Pauley Perrette (b. March 27, 1969) voiced Dottie for the animated series Batman Beyond and Lois Lane for the animated film Superman vs. The Elite.

She is best known for portraying Abby Sciuto on the series NCIS.
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Pedro Pascal

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Pedro Pascal (b. April 2, 1975) portrayed Ed Indelicato in the unsold pilot of Wonder Woman.

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Peter Benson

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Peter Benson portrayed a young Dexter McCallum on the series Smallville and District Attorney Gavin Carnahan on the series Arrow.

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Peter Facinelli

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Peter Facinelli (b. November 26, 1973) portrays Maxwell Lord on the series Supergirl.

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Peter Hall

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Peter Hall portrayed President Lyndon Johnson on the series DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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Peter Jason

Peter Jason (b. July 22, 1944) voiced Mason for the animated series Batman, Manny for the animated series The New Batman Adventures and Coach Creagar for the animated series Batman Beyond.
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Peter Jessop

Peter Jessop (b. June 29, 1964) voiced Salakk for the animatef film Green Lantern: Emerald Knights and Superman for the animated film JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time.
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Peter MacNicol

Peter MacNicol (b. April 10, 1954) voiced a number of characters including:

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Peter Mark Richman

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Peter Mark Richman (b. April 16, 1927) has worked on a number of adaptations of DC Comics properties. He portrayed Doctor Crippin on the series Wonder Woman and Falco on the series Swamp Thing. He also voiced Charles Baxter for the animated series Batman and Abin Sur for the animated series Superman.

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Peter O'Toole

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Peter O'Toole (b. August 2, 1932 - d. December 14, 2013) portrayed Zaltar in the film Supergirl.

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Peter Onorati

Peter Onorati (b. May 13, 1953) voiced Warhawk, B'wana Beast, and Red Tornado for the DCAU; Robotman for the animated series Teen Titans; and Joe Chill for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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Peter Renaday

Peter Renaday (b. June 9, 1935) voiced Bane for the video game Batman and Robin which tied into the film of the same name and Uncle Sam and Abraham Lincoln for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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Peter Sarsgaard

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Peter Sarsgaard (b. March 7, 1971) portrayed Hector Hammond in the film Green Lantern.

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Peter Scolari

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Peter Scolari (b. September 12, 1955) voiced Gunther Hardwicke/The Shark for the animated series Batman and Ray Palmer/The Atom for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. He also portrayed Commissioner Loeb on the series Gotham.

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Peter Stormare

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Peter Stormare (b. August 27, 1953) portrayed Lucifer in the film Constantine and Werner Zytle on the series Arrow. He also voiced Mister Freeze in the animated series Justice League Action

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Peter Weller

Peter Weller (b. June 24, 1947) voiced Bruce Wayne/Batman for the animated films Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2.
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Peter Wingfield

Peter Wingfield (b. September 5, 1962) portrayed Dr. Ivan Slavicky in the movie Catwoman. He also portrayed Marcus Becker on the series Smallville.
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Peyton List

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Peyton List (b. August 8, 1986) portrayed Lucy Lane on the series Smallville, Lisa Snart/Golden Glider on the series The Flash and Ivy Pepper on the series Gotham.

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Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr (b. January 24, 1967) has voiced many characters in DC comics adaptations, most notably John Stewart/Green Lantern and Virgil Hawkins/Static for the DC Animated Universe. Other characters he voiced include:

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Phil Morris

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Phil Morris (b. April 4, 1959) portrayed Martian Manhunter/John Jones on the series Smallville. He has also voiced a number of characters including:

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Phillips Tead

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Phillips Tead (b. September 29, 1893 - d. June 9, 1974) portrayed Professor Pepperwinkle on the series Adventures of Superman.

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Phyllis Coates

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Phyllis Coates (b. January 15, 1927) portrayed Lois Lane in the film Superman and the Mole Men and on the first season of the series Adventures of Superman. With the series second season, the role was taken over by Noel Neill. In 1994 she portrayed Ellen Lane in an episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman introducing the character. The role was passed to Beverly Garland for later appearances in the series.

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Phyllis Thaxter

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Phyllis Thaxter (b. November 20, 1919 - d. August 14, 2012) portrayed Martha Kent in the film Superman.

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Piotr Michael

Piotr Michael voiced Kalibak and Perry White for the animated series Justice League Action.
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Pip Torrens

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Pip Torrens (b. June 2, 1960) portrays Herr Starr on the series Preacher.

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Powers Boothe

Powers Boothe (b. June 1, 1948 - d. May 14, 2017) voiced Gorilla Grodd and Red Tornado for the animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.
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Quinn Buniel

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Quinn Buniel (b. August 25, 1991) portrayed young John Constantine in the feature film Constantine.

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Quinton Flynn

Quinton Flynn (b. October 10, 1964) is credited with having voiced Nightwing for Batman: Arkham City[citation needed][10] He has also voiced Lightning for the animated series Teen Titans and Alberto Falcone for the video game Batman: Arkham Origins.
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R. Lee Ermey

R. Lee Ermey (b. March 24, 1944 - d. April 15, 2018) portrayed General Ferris in the episode "Second Chance" of the series Human Target and voiced Wildcat for the animated series Batman: The Brave and The Bold.

Ermey is the apparent inspiration for the Green Lantern character Ermey. This is based on the character's position as the Green Lantern Corp's drill sergeant and his dialogue mirroring Ermey's more notable roles in film, notably Full Metal Jacket, which were drawn from his personal history as a staff sergeant in the United States Marine Corps.
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Rachael Harris

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Rachael Harris (b. January 12, 1968) portrays Linda Martin on the series Lucifer.

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Rachael Leigh Cook

Rachael Leigh Cook (b. October 4, 1979) voiced Chelsea Cunningham for the animated series Batman Beyond and the animated film Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, taking over the role from Yvette Lowenthal.
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Rachael MacFarlane

Rachael MacFarlane (b. March 21, 1976) voiced a number of DC characters, including:

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Rachel Kimsey

Rachel Kimsey (b. August 28, 1978) voices Wonder Woman on the TV series Justice League Action.
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Rachel Skarsten

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Rachel Skarsten (b. April 23, 1985) portrayed Dina Redmond on the series Birds of Prey.

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Rachel Weisz

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Rachel Weisz (b. March 7, 1970) portrayed Angela Dodson and Isabel Dodson in the feature film Constantine.

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Rahi Azizi

Rahi Azizi (b. December 14, 1982) voiced Koonak for the animated film Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero.
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Rahul Kohli

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Rahul Kohli (b. November 13, 1985) plays Ravi Chakrabarti on the series iZombie.

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Ralph Byrd

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Ralph Byrd (b. April 22, 1909 - d. April 22, 1952) portrayed The Vigilante/Greg Sanders in the 15 chapter Columbia serial entitled The Vigilante: Fighting Hero of the West.

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Ramsey Ellis

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Ramsey Ellis portrayed a young Bruce Wayne in the film Batman Forever.

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Raúl Castillo

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Raúl Castillo (b. August 30, 1977) portrays Eduardo Flamingo on the series Gotham.

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Ray Buktenica

Ray Buktenica (b. August 6, 1943) voiced Doctor Hugo Strange for the animated series Batman.
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Ray Fisher

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Ray Fisher (b. September 8, 1987) portrays Cyborg in the DC Extended Universe.

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Ray Wise

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Ray Wise (b. August 20, 1947) portrayed Alec Holland in the film Swamp Thing.

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Rebecca Buller

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Rebecca Buller portrayed Jenny Jurwich in the DC Extended Universe films.

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Reggie Batts

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Reggie Batts played the role of Jude in the film Swamp Thing.

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Reginald Denny

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Reginald Denny (b. November 20, 1891 - d. June 16, 1967) portrayed Commodore Schmidlapp in the film Batman and King Boris on the series Batman.

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Rekha Sharma

Rekha Sharma portrayed Dr. Harden on the series Smallville.
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René Auberjonois

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René Auberjonois (b. June 1, 1940) has worked on a number of projects related to DC characters.

In live action prductions, he has portrayed the characters:

For animations, he has voiced a number of DC characters including:

He is better known for portraying Odo on the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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Revard Dufresne

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Revard Dufresne portrayed Dev-Em in the film Man of Steel.

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Reynaldo Rosales

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Reynaldo Rosales (b. July 25, 1978) portrayed Tyler Randall in the series Smallville.

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Ricardo Montalbán

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Ricardo Montalbán (b. November 25, 1920 - d. January 14, 2009) portrayed Abner Smith in the television movie Wonder Woman.

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Rich Dietrich

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Rich Dietrich portrayed Joar Mahkent on the series Smallville.

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Richard Belzer

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Richard Belzer (b. August 4, 1944) portrayed Joe Kline on the series The Flash and Inspector Henderson on the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, succeeding Brent Jennings in the latter.

He is best known for portraying Detective John Munch in the Law & Order franchise.
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Richard Cetrone

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Richard Cetrone portrayed Tor-An in the film Man of Steel.

Prior to taking the role, Cetrone worked as a stunt performer on the film Watchmen where he worked as the stunt double for Matthew Goode (Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias).
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Richard Eastham

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Richard Eastham (b. June 22, 1916 - d. July 10, 2005) portrayed General Phil Blankenship on the television series Wonder Woman, taking over the role from John Randolph from the second episode on.

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Richard Epcar

Richard Epcar (b. April 29, 1955) voiced The Joker in several DC related projects. He also voiced James Gordon in the Batman Unlimited animated movies.
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Richard Green

Richard Green (b. February 23, 1953) voiced Orm for the animated series Justice League; Professor Hugo Strange for the animated series The Batman, taking over the role after the passing of Frank Gorshin; and Jimmy Olsen for the animated film Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.
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Richard Kind

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Richard Kind (b. November 22, 1956) portrays Aubrey James on the series Gotham.

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Richard McGonagle

Richard McGonagle (b. October 22, 1946) played Abin Sur in Green Lantern: First Flight, Sardath, Carter Nichols, the Chief, Perry White and Brainiac in Batman: The Brave and the Bold and the President in Justice League: War
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Richard Moll

Richard Moll (b. January 13, 1943) voiced Harvey Dent/Two-Face and the Batcomputer on the animated series Batman.
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Richard Pryor

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Richard Pryor (b. December 1, 1940 - d. December 10, 2005) portrayed Gus Gorman in the film Superman III.

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Richard Schiff

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Richard Schiff (b. May 27, 1955) portrayed Emil Hamilton in the film Man of Steel.

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Rick Cosnett

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Rick Cosnett (b. April 6, 1983) portrayed Eddie Thawne on the series The Flash.

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Rick Gonzalez

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Rick Gonzalez (b. June 30, 1979) portrays Rene Ramirez/Wild Dog on the series Arrow.

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Rick Ravanello

Rick Ravanello (b. October 24, 1967) portrayed Edward Teague in the episode "Veritas" of the series Smallville with the role then being passed to Robert Picardo.
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Rick Wasserman

Rick Wasserman (b. October 17, 1973) voiced several roles in the Batman: Arkham Asylum video game series and the animated movie Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
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Rila Fukushima

Rila Fukushima portrayed Tatsu Yamashiro/Katana on the series Arrow.
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Rino Romano

Rino Romano (b. July 1, 1969) voiced Batman/Bruce Wayne for the animated series The Batman and the related animated film The Batman vs Dracula. He also voiced minor characters for the animated series Batman Beyond and Teen Titans.
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Roan Curtis

Roan Curtis portrayed a young Chloe Sullivan in the Smallville episode "Progeny".
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Rob LaBelle

Rob LaBelle portrayed Arnold Sitkowitz on the series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Dr. Frederick Walden on the series Smallville and Wally Weaver in the film Watchmen.
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Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe (b. March 17, 1964) voiced Captain Marvel for the animated series Young Justice. The role was passed to his brother, Chad Lowe.
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Rob Paulsen

Rob Paulsen (b. March 11, 1956) voiced Lightray for the animated series Justice League and Sal Maroni for the animated movie Batman: Gotham Knight.
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Robby Benson

Robby Benson (b. January 21, 1956) voiced rookie officer Wilkes for the episode "P.O.V." of the animated series Batman.
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Robert Buckley

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Robert Buckley (b. May 2, 1981) portrays Major Lilywhite on the series iZombie.

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Robert Costanzo

Robert Costanzo (b. November 20, 1942) voiced Harvey Bullock for the animated series Batman and other DCAU series.
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Robert Englund

Robert Englund (b. June 6, 1947) voiced Felix Faust for the animated series Justice League, Edward Nigma/Riddler for the animated series The Batman and Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow in the video game Injustice 2.
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Robert Foxworth

Robert Foxworth (b. November 1, 1941) voiced Professor Emil Hamilton for the animated series Justice League Unlimited
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Robert Gant

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Robert Gant (b. July 13, 1968) portrays Zor-El on the series Supergirl.

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Robert Gerdisch

Robert Gerdisch portrayed Whitney Fordham in the film Man of Steel
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Robert Gorrie

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Robert Gorrie (b. April 6, 1987) portrayed John Grayson on the series Gotham.

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Robert Hays

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Robert Hays (b. July 24, 1947) voiced Edward Lytener/Luminus for the animated series Superman

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Robert Ito

Robert Ito (b. July 2, 1931) voiced Kyodai Ken for the animated series Batman and incidental voices for the animated series Superman and Justice League. He also voiced Tokyo's mayor for the animated movie Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.
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Robert Knepper

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Robert Knepper (b. July 8, 1959) portrayed Clock King on the series Arrow and The Flash, and Angus McDonough on the series iZombie.

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Robert Lowery

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Robert Lowery (b. October 17, 1913 - d. December 26, 1971) portrayed Batman/Bruce Wayne in the movie serial Batman and Robin, succeeding Lewis Wilson in the role. He also portrayed Gary Allen in the episode "The Deadly Rock" of the series The Adventures of Superman.

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Robert Morse

Robert Morse (b. May 18, 1931) voiced Desaad for the animated series Superman.
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Robert Ochoa

Robert Ochoa voiced Billy Batson on the animated series Young Justice.
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Robert Patrick

Robert Patrick (b. November 5, 1958) voiced Hawkman for the animated series The Batman.
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Robert Picardo

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Robert Picardo (b. October 27, 1953) voiced Blackhawk and Amazo for the animated series Justice League and portrayed Edward Teague on the series Smallville.

He is better known for portraying the Doctor on the series Star Trek: Voyager.
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Robert Rockwell

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Robert Rockwell (b. October 15, 1920 - d. January 25, 2003) portrayed Jor-El on the series Adventures of Superman.

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Robert Shayne

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Robert Shayne (b. October 4, 1900 - d. November 29, 1992) portrayed Inspector Bill Henderson on the television series Adventures of Superman. In 1991 he portrayed a news vendor named Reggie in the episodes "Sins of the Father" and "Sight Unseen" of the television series The Flash.

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Robert Vaughn

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Robert Vaughn (b. November 22, 1932 - d. November 11, 2016) portrayed Ross Webster in the film Superman III.

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Robert Wisden

Robert Wisden (b. June 2, 1958) portrayed Gabe Sullivan on the television series Smallville and Richard Nixon in Watchmen.
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Robert Wuhl

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Robert Wuhl (b. October 9, 1951) portrayed Alexander Knox in the film Batman.

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Robin Atkin Downes

Robin Atkin Downes (b. October 25, 1963) voiced a number of characters, including:

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Robin Lord Taylor

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Robin Lord Taylor (b. June 4, 1978) portrays Oswald Cobblepot on the series Gotham.

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Robin Wright

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Robin Wright (b. April 8, 1966) portrayed Antiope in the DC Extended Universe.

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Roddy McDowall

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Roddy McDowall (b. September 17, 1928 - d. October 3, 1998) portrayed the Bookworm on the 1966 series Batman. He also voiced Jervis Tetch/The Mad Hatter for the animated series Batman.

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Rodger Bumpass

Rodger Bumpass (b. November 20, 1951) voice Doctor Light for the animated series Teen Titans.
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Roger Allam

Roger Allam (b. October 26, 1953) portrayed Lewis Prothero in the film V for Vendetta.
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Roger Craig Smith

Roger Craig Smith (b. August 11, 1975) voiced Orm Marius/Ocean Master/L-5 for the animated series Young Justice and Bruce Wayne/Batman for the video game Batman: Arkham Origins.
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Roger Cross

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Roger Cross (b. October 19, 1969) portrayed Detective Lucas Hilton on the series Arrow

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Roger Haskett

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Roger Haskett portrayed Ted Grant on the series Smallville.

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Roger Howarth

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Roger Howarth (b. September 13, 1968) portrayed Mason Bridge on the TV series The Flash.

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Roger Rose

Roger Rose (b. August 15, 1958) voiced Superman and Amazo for the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, William North for the video game Batman: Arkham Asylum, and numerous incidental character for several DC animated productions.
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Roger Stoneburner

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Roger Stoneburner (b. June 21, 1962) portrayed the Joker on the series Birds of Prey. The character's voice was overdubbed by Mark Hamill.

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Ron Funches

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Ron Funches (b. March 12, 1983) portrayed Ron on the series Powerless.

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Ron Perlman

Ron Perlman (b. April 13, 1950) has voiced a number of characters for DC related animation projects including:

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Ronalda Douglas

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Ronalda Douglas (b. October 12, 1952) portrayed Renee Carroll on the series Isis.

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Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson (b. May 9, 1979) voiced Artemis in the 2009 animated film Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.
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Rose McIver

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Rose McIver (b. October 10, 1988) plays Liv Moore on the series iZombie.

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Rowen Kahn

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Rowen Kahn portrayed Kenneth Braverman in the film Man of Steel

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Roxana Zal

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Roxana Zal (b. November 8, 1969) replaced Elizabeth Barondes as Lucy Lane for the Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman episode "Metallo".

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Rupert Graves

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Rupert Graves (b. June 30, 1963) portrayed Dominic Stone in the film V for Vendetta.

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Russell Crowe

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Russell Crowe (b. April 7, 1964) portrayed Jor-El in the film Man of Steel.

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Rutger Hauer

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Rutger Hauer (b. January 23, 1944) portrayed Morgan Edge on the series Smallville.

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Ruth Forman

Ruth Forman voiced Giganta for the animated series Challenge of the Super Friends.
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Ruth Negga

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Ruth Negga (b. January 7, 1982) portrays Tulip O'Hare on the series Preacher.

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Ryan Harder

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Ryan Harder portrayed the younger Jimmy Olsen in the episode "Doomsday" of the series Smallville.

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Ryan Kennedy

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Ryan Kennedy (b. December 6, 1982) portrayed Rokk Krinn/Cosmic Boy on the series Smallville.

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Ryan McDonell

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Ryan McDonell (b. July 13, 1983) portrayed Stuart Campbell on the series Smallville.

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Ryan O'Donohue

Ryan O'Donohue (b. April 26, 1984) voiced Matt McGinnis for the animated series Batman Beyond.
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Ryan Overton

Ryan Overton (b. May 17, 1985) portrayed a teenage Oliver Queen in flashbacks of the episode "Reunion" in the series Smallville.
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Ryan Reynolds

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Ryan Reynolds (b. October 23, 1976) portrayed Hal Jordan/Green Lantern in the film Green Lantern.

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  8. McDonough only voiced Deadshot for the film. Chris Cox originaly voiced him for the Arkhamverse video games.
  9. Warner Bros. TV, @warnerbrostv, Twitter post. July 16, 2018, 11:30 am.
  10. Flynn was followed by Josh Keaton for Batman: Arkham Origins and Scott Porter for Batman: Arkham Knight.
    It is worth noting that Flynn was credited with voicing Grayson, even though there was no dialog for the character in the game.