Bill Mumy

Bill Mumy

Actor, Writer


Bill Mumy is an American actor, musician, and writer. He is best known for his roles in the 1960s television series Lost in Space and Babylon 5.

Born in San Gabriel, California, in 1954, Bill Mumy began his career at the age of five, appearing in a variety of television shows, including Alfred Hitchcock Presents. He was soon cast as Will Robinson in the classic science fiction series Lost in Space. He also starred in the 1974 cult classic movie The Land That Time Forgot, and in the 1980s, he had a recurring role on the sitcom Floating Away.

Mumy also wrote and co-wrote several episodes of the series Babylon 5. He was nominated for a Nebula Award for his work on the episode "The Coming of Shadows". He also wrote, produced, and starred in the 1997 independent feature film The Deep End.

In addition to acting and writing, Mumy is also a musician. He has played bass guitar for the rock band Barnes & Barnes since 1978, and he has also released several solo albums.

Mumy has also lent his voice to a wide variety of animated television shows, including Animaniacs, Batman: The Animated Series, and Adventure Time.

He has a large fan base, and he is considered one of the most iconic actors from the 1960s television era. He continues to act and write, and his music continues to be popular with fans.

In addition to his professional career, Mumy is an avid fan of classic science fiction and horror, and he collects vintage toys and memorabilia. He was inducted into the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films in 2006.

Bill Mumy is an accomplished actor, musician, and writer, and he continues to entertain audiences with his work. His iconic roles in Lost in Space and Babylon 5 have earned him a place in the hearts of fans, and his music continues to bring joy to many.


Feb. 1, 1954

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