Updated: April 15, 2015
BILLY MUMY PHOTO GALLERY #07
This year, Bill Mumy (that's Moo-me) is
celebrating the forty-ninth anniversary of his
professional acting career! He has worked on over
four hundred television shows and is probably best
known for playing Will Robinson in the long
running classic series Lost in Space (1965-1968).
From 1994 through 1998 he played the noble,
mystical Lennier in the popular science fiction
series Babylon 5. He played a Starfleet member in
the acclaimed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode
The Siege of AR-558 (1998).
Bill's most recent acting performances can be seen
in a 2006 episode of Crossing Jordan and the SciFi
original film A.I. Assault. He appeared as himself
in the 2004 Miramax film Comic Book: The Movie and
in 2003, starred in It's Still A Good Life, the
sequel to It's a Good Life, one of the three
classic Twilight Zone episodes he starred in as a
He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences and has been in eighteen feature
films, including Palm Springs Weekend (1963) with
Troy Donahue, Connie Stevens, and Stefanie Powers,
Dear Brigitte (1965) with James Stewart, Glynis
Johns, Fabian, and Brigitte Bardot as herself,
Rascal (1969), Bless the Beasts and Children
(1971), and Papillion.
Bill has narrated over 50 episodes of A & E's
Biography series as well as several other
documentaries and specials for A & E, Animal
Planet, The Sci Fi Channel and E!. His voice-over
acting talents can be heard on animated shows such
as Ren and Stimpy, Scooby Doo, Batman: the
Animated Series, Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs,
Little Wizard Adventures, The Oz Kids and DisneyĆs
Buzz Lightyear: Star Command. He also voices
dozens of national commercials such as Farmer's
Insurance, Ford, Bud Ice, Blockbuster, Twix, and
With acclaimed writer Peter David, Bill co-created,
produced and wrote Space Cases, a live action sci-fi
adventure comedy series on Nickelodeon and syndicated
in over sixty countries around the world. The series
ran for two seasons, 1996-97, and was nominated for
a Cable Ace Award for best children's series.
Bill was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding
Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for
the live-action Disney series Adventures in Wonderland.
Bill wrote and recorded one hundred and five songs for
the one hundred episodes of that series.
Bill is half of the infamous novelty rock recording and
short film making duo Barnes and Barnes. Best known for
the classic demented song and film Fish Heads, Barnes and
Barnes have released nine albums and a feature length
videotape. Rolling Stone magazine named Fish Heads #57
of the all time greatest rock videos ever created.
He has released seven solo CDs: The Landlord or
the Guest (2008), With Big Ideas (2006), Ghosts
(2003), After Dreams Come True (2001), Pandora's
Box (2000), In The Current (1999) and Dying To Be
And he's written scores of comic books too!