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Adam West Net Worth

Adam West Net WorthAdam West Net Worth: Adam West is a actor, voice actor, presenter. Adam West was born 19-Sep-28 in Walla Walla, WA and died Jun 9, 2017. According to Forbes, Adam West Net Worth is $8 Million. Starred as ABC’s Batman from 1966 to 1968, then later went on to provide voices in various animated superhero series. He voiced the mayor on Family Guy and provided the voice for a cartoon version of himself in The Fairly OddParents. He was born William West Anderson, but he chose to use his mother’s maiden name as his stage name in 1959. He appeared in the 1959 film The Young Philadelphians with Paul Newman.

Adam West Net Worth is $8 Million

First Name William
Middle Name West
Last Name Anderson
Another Name William West Anderson
Alternative Name Adam West
Age 88 (age at death) years
Date of Birth 19th September, 1928
Place of Birth Walla Walla, Washington
Died 9th June, 2017
Place of Death Los Angeles, California
Cause of Death Leukemia
Height 6′ 2″ (188 cm)
Build Athletic
Eye Blue
Hair Blonde
Star Sign Virgo
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
School Lakeside School, Burien-Seattle WA
University Whitman College for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature and a minor in Psychology
Profession Actor, voice actor, Director
Profession Actor
Claim to Fame TV`s Batman
Year(s) Active 1954–present, 1954–2017
Talent Agency Kazarian/Spencer/Ruskin & Associates, Inc.
Brand Endorsement Radio commercial: “Destinies: The Voice of Science Fiction” (Radio Show), WUSB, 90.1, FM, Stony Brook, New York, USA, (1995) TV commercial: America Online, (1997) Radio and TV commercial: White Castle Crave Clip (voice), (1995) MTV Movie Awards (“Interview with the Vampire” parody), (1997) TV commercial: Ziebart Tidy Car., (1999) TV commercial for McDonald’s., (2001) TV commercial: TV Land Television Network, (2001) TV commercial: Listerine, (2004) TV commercial: E-Z Link., (2009) TV commercial:, TV commercial: High Seas Aftershave, (1960s) TV commercial: Kellog’s Frosted Flakes, (1960s) TV commercial: Nestle’s Quik, (2011) TV commercial (voice-over): Hebrew National hot dogs
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