Bill Mumy

Mostly Credited As: Bill Mumy
Sometimes Credited As: Billy Mumy

Birth Name: Charles William Mumy Jr.
Date Of Birth: February 01, 1954 (Age 62)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: San Gabriel, California
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Bill Mumy

A popular child actor who continues to get work as an adult, Bill is also an accomplished musician, comic book writer & creator, as well as producer, writer and director in television. Both of his children have become successful actors as well.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Babylon 5 (1994)As: Lennier
Lost in Space (1965)As: Will Robinson
Episode Cast Credits 

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (2010) 
  The Widening Gyre 02x20: (Nov/04/2011) Voiced  Agent Bryson, [Featuring]

Crossing Jordan (2001) 
  Blame Game 05x15: (Mar/19/2006) As Paper Shredder Operator 

The Twilight Zone (2002) (2002) 
  It's Still a Good Life 01x30: (Feb/19/2003) As Anthony Fremont 

What's New Scooby-Doo? (2002) 
  Toy Scary Boo 01x11: (Feb/01/2003) Voiced  Harry Noze 

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000) 
  A Zoo Out There 01x20: (Oct/23/2000) Voiced  Eon 
  Tag Team 01x10: (Oct/11/2000) Voiced  Eon 

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) 
  The Siege of AR-558 07x08: (Nov/18/1998) As Kellin 

Diagnosis Murder (1993) 
  Alienated 06x06: (Oct/29/1998) As Nervous Man 

The Weird Al Show (1997) 
  Back to School 01x04: (Oct/04/1997) As Delivery Guy 

Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994) 
  Switcheroo II 04x09: (Sep/12/1997) Voiced  Himself 

Batman: The Animated Series (1992) 
  The Terrible Trio 04x01: (Sep/11/1995) Voiced  Warren Lawford/The Fox 

The Ren and Stimpy Show (1991) 
  Blazing Entrails / Lumber Jerks 04x03: (Oct/22/1994) Voiced  Brainchild 

The Adventures of Superboy (1988) (1988) 
  Obituary for a Super Hero 04x19: (Apr/26/1992) As Tommy Puck, [Special Guest Stars]
  A Change of Heart (2) 04x02: (Oct/13/1991) As Tommy Puck, [Special Guest Stars]
  A Change of Heart (1) 04x01: (Oct/06/1991) As Tommy Puck, [Special Guest Stars]

The Flash (1990) (1990) 
  Good Night, Central City 01x20: (May/04/1991) As Roger Braintree (Special Appearance by), [Special Guest Stars]

Matlock (1986) 
  The Genius 02x21: (Mar/15/1988) As Dr. Irwin Bruckner 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985) (1985) 
  Bang! You're Dead (May/05/1985) As George Webster 

The Rockford Files (1974) (1974) 
  Aura Lee, Farewell 01x15: (Jan/03/1975) As Trask 
  The Rockford Files (Mar/27/1974) As Nick Butler 

Here Come the Brides (1968) 
  To Break the Bank in Tacoma 02x15: (Jan/16/1970) As Simon Bill 

Lancer (1968) 
  The Kid 02x03: (Oct/07/1969) As Andy 

Vacation Playhouse (1963) 
  The Two of Us 04x07: (Aug/29/1966) As Chris Williams 

I Dream of Jeannie (1965) 
  Whatever Happened to Baby Custer? 01x11: (Nov/27/1965) As Custer Jamison 

Bewitched (1964) 
  Junior Executive 02x10: (Nov/18/1965) As Darrin as a boy 
  A Vision of Sugar Plums 01x15: (Dec/24/1964) As Michael (as Billy Mumy) 

Ben Casey (1961) 
  Did Your Mother Come From Ireland, Ben Casey? 04x29: (May/03/1965) As Victor Chase 

The Virginian (1962) 
  Old Cowboy 03x28: (Mar/31/1965) As Willy 

The Munsters (1964) 
  Come Back Little Googie 01x25: (Mar/11/1965) As Googie Miller (as Billy Mumy) 

The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (1952) 
  The Pennies 13x07: (Oct/28/1964) As Billy 
  Rick's Old Printing Press 13x02: (Sep/23/1964) As Billy 

The Eleventh Hour (US) (1962) 
  Sunday Father 02x15: (Jan/08/1964) As Barry 

The Fugitive (1963) (1963) 
  Home is the Hunted 01x15: (Jan/07/1964) As David Taft 

The Greatest Show on Earth (1963) 
  Lady in Limbo 01x13: (Dec/10/1963) As Jeff 

Perry Mason (1957) 
  The Case of the Shifty Shoebox 07x02: (Oct/03/1963) As Miles (as Billy Mumy) 

The Twilight Zone (1959) 
  In Praise of Pip 05x01: (Sep/27/1963) As Young Pip, [Co-Guest Stars]
  It's a Good Life 03x08: (Nov/03/1961) As Anthony Fremont (as Billy Mumy) 
  Long Distance Call 02x22: (Mar/31/1961) As Billy Bayles, [Co-Guest Stars]

Kraft Mystery Theatre (1961) 
  The Boy Who Wasn't Wanted 03x08: (Aug/07/1963) As Skipper 

Empire (1962) (1962) 
  End of an Image 01x16: (Jan/15/1963) As Freddy 

Wagon Train (1957) 
  The Sam Darland Story 06x15: (Dec/26/1962) As Toddy 

The Jack Benny Program (1950) 
  Jack and the Crying Cab Driver 13x12: (Dec/18/1962) As Little Boy 

Going My Way (1962) 
  Keep an Eye on Santa Claus 01x11: (Dec/12/1962) As Mark Murdock 

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962) 
  House Guest 01x08: (Nov/08/1962) As Tony Mitchell 

The Wide Country (1962) 
  The Royce Bennett Story 01x01: (Sep/20/1962) As David Bennett 

Have Gun, Will Travel (1957) 
  Jonah and the Trout 05x37: (May/26/1962) As Boy (as Billy Mumy) 

Dr. Kildare (1961) 
  The Bronc Buster 01x22: (Mar/01/1962) As Jeffrey 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955) (1955) 
  The Door Without a Key 07x15: (Jan/16/1962) As Mickey Hollins 
  Bang! You're Dead 07x02: (Oct/17/1961) As Jackie Chester 

General Electric Theater (1953) 
  A Friendly Tribe 10x14: (Dec/31/1961) As Buzz 

The Loretta Young Show (1953) 
  The Lie 08x16: (Jan/22/1961) As Jimmy Harrison 
  My Own Master 08x13: (Dec/18/1960) As Rennie 

National Velvet (1960) 
  Donald's Friend 01x13: (Dec/11/1960) As Willy 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Space Cases (1996)• Creator

Episode Crew

The Twilight Zone (2002) (2002) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
Found and Lost 01x21 Nov/27/2002 As: Story
Space Cases (1996) (Credited in 13 episodes from this show) 
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A Friend In Need 02x13 Jan/27/1997 As: Writer
Runaway 02x11 Jan/05/1997 As: Writer
Both Sides Now 02x08 Nov/30/1996 As: Writer
King Of The Hil 02x04 Nov/02/1996 As: Writer
New Places, New Faces 02x01 Oct/12/1996 As: Writer
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He helped to conceive the Nickelodeon TV show concept "Space Cases," which owed a lot to the old "Lost in Space" he co-starred in.

He was the original choice for Eddie Munster on the old show "The Munsters." He didn't get the role as his parents didn't approve of the make-up he would have to wear. He eventually guest-starred as a hateful trouble-making little brat on the show named Googie. Mummy and the official choice for Eddie Munster, Butch Patrick still remain close friends.

He personally co-wrote the outline for the episode "Found and Lost" for the re-vival of "The Twilight Zone."

When TV Guide listed their top 100 television episodes of all time, two of them starred Bill Mumy.

He was a producer and writer on the one hour syndicated special, "Lost In Space: Forever".

He has numerous albums, such as 1997's "Dying To Be Heard", 1999's "In The Current" and the 2000 release of his third solo album, "Pandora's Box." His music is all available on his personal web-site.

He starred in the original CBS "Twilight Zone" episode "It's A Good Life" where he played the all-powerful demon-child Anthony Freemont and revisited the role in the sequel "It's Still A Good Life" forty years later on the UPN 2002 revival of "The Twilight Zone" along with his original cast-member Cloris Leachman.

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