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Birth date: February 1, 1954
Birth place: San Gabriel, California, United States
Height:1.7 m
Profession:Actor, Musician, Pitchman, Screenwriter
Nationality:American
Spouse:‎Eileen Joy Davis (m. 1986)
Children:Liliana Mumy, Seth Mumy
Parents:Muriel Gertrude Mumy, Charles William Mumy, Sr.
Music groups:Barnes & Barnes, The Jenerators, The Be Five (1998 – 1999)

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Charles William “Bill” Mumy, Jr. is an actor, voice actor, musician, instrumentalist and pitchman, born on 1st February 1954, in San Gabriel, California USA. After gaining popularity as a child actor during the 1960s, he became best recognized for his role of Will Robinson in the CBS sci-fi television series “Lost in Space”. His other notable roles include in the Disney film “Rascal”, “Bless the Beasts and Children” and sci-fi TV series “Babylon 5”.

Have you ever wondered how rich Bill Mumy is? According to sources it has been estimated that Mumy’s net worth is over $10 million, accumulated through a lifelong career in the entertainment industry. As a multi-talented artist, Bill’s career earned him both popularity among the public and significantly added to his net worth. Since he is still active in all of the fields of his career, his wealth continues to grow.

Bill Mumy Net Worth $10 Million

Bill began his professional acting career as at the age of six, and has since worked on more than 400 TV episodes and other television projects. One of his earliest roles was as Willy in an episode of the NBC-TV family drama series “National Velvet”. He then appeared in three episodes of “Twilight Zone” during the early ‘60s,, in which he portrayed three roles. In 1961, Mumy was cast in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents series in “The Door Without a Key” and “Bang! You’re Dead”. He continued to appear in numerous TV series during the decade, including “Going My Way”, “The Greatest Show on Earth”, “Empire”, “The Fugitive”, “The Eleventh Hour”, “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” among many others, in which he starred next to big stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Jene Kelly and James Stewart. His net worth was rising steadily.

One of his most notable and recurring roles was that of Will Robinson in the TV sci-fi series “Lost in Space” between 1965 and 1968. During the 1970s, Bill was cast in two major films – “Bless the Beasts and Children”(1971) in the main role, and “Papillon” (1973), in which he starred next to Steve NcQueen and Dustin Hoffman.
He continued to appear in various TV series and films in the following years. In 1996, Mumy also served as a writer and co-creator of the Nickelodeon TV show “Space Cases”, which had a similar theme to “Lost in Space”, and was nominated for the 1996 Ace Award for “Outstanding Children’s Series”. Bill has also worked as a narrator in numerous documentaries and specials for Arts & Entertainment Channel, Animal Planet, The Sci-Fi Channel and E!, and served as a voice actor on animated shows like “Ren and Stimpy”, “Scooby-Doo” and “Animaniacs”. All added steadily to his net worth.

In addition to his acting career, Mumy is an accomplished musician who plays several instruments including harmonica, banjo, bass, guitar, mandolin, keyboards and percussion. He started n 1978, along with his partner Robert Haimer, forming the rock duo “Barnes and Barnes”, which achieved notable success worldwide. For his original song composition for Disney’s “Adventures in Wonderland”, Mumy was nominated for an Emmy in 1991/1992. When it comes to his solo career, he has so far released several solo CDs, as well as nine albums in cooperation with Robert Haimer and “Barnes and Barnes”.

In his personal life, Bill has been married to Eileen Mummy since 1986, and the couple has two children – Seth and Liliana, who are also actors. They reside in Hollywood Hills, California.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Space Command 2016
Transformers: Rescue Bots 2014 TV Series Vigil
Bravest Warriors 2013-2014 TV Series Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips Mr. Tezuka
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 2011 TV Series Agent Bryson
The Bolt Who Screwed Christmas 2009 Short Knob Ratchet (voice)
Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas Wishes 2006 Video short Bud Morris / Judge #1 (voice)
A.I. Assault 2006 TV Movie Major Heath
Crossing Jordan 2006 TV Series Paper Shredder Operator
Holly Hobbie and Friends: Surprise Party 2005 Video short Bud Morris (voice)
Comic Book: The Movie 2004 Video Bill Mumy
The Twilight Zone 2003 TV Series Anthony Fremont
What's New, Scooby-Doo? 2003 TV Series Harry Noze
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command 2000 TV Series Eon
Babylon 5 1994-1998 TV Series Lennier
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1998 TV Series Kellin
Diagnosis Murder 1998 TV Series Parker Craddick
The Weird Al Show 1997 TV Series Delivery Guy
The Monkey Prince 1997 Video Sam (voice)
Underground Adventure 1997 Video Sam (voice, as Billy Mumy)
Space Cases 1996 TV Series Ferna Herna
Three Wishes 1995 Neighbor
Batman: The Animated Series 1995 TV Series The Fox Warren Lawford
The Ren & Stimpy Show 1994 TV Series Dr. Brainchild
Animaniacs 1994 TV Series The Farmer
Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero 1993 TV Series
Superboy 1991-1992 TV Series Tommy Puck
Double Trouble 1992/I Bob
Dr. Demento 20th Anniversary Collection 1991 Video as Art Barnes
The Flash 1991 TV Series Roger Braintree
Captain America 1990 Young General Fleming
Matlock 1988 TV Series Dr. Irwin Bruckner
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1985 TV Series Supermarket Clerk (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
Barnes & Barnes: Ah A 1984 Short Art Barnes
Hard to Hold 1984 The James Roberts Band - Keyboard
Barnes & Barnes: Soak It Up 1983 Short Art Barnes
Twilight Zone: The Movie 1983 Tim (Segment #3)
Barnes & Barnes: Love Tap 1981 Short Art Barnes
Barnes & Barnes: Fish Heads 1980 Short Art Barnes
Fish Heads 1980 Short uncredited
Sunshine Christmas 1977 TV Movie Weaver
ABC Saturday Comedy Special 1976 TV Series Larry
Sunshine 1975 TV Series Weaver
The Rockford Files 1974-1975 TV Series Trask / Nick Butler
Papillon 1973 Lariot
Sunshine 1973 TV Movie Weaver
Insight 1971 TV Series Stan
Bless the Beasts & Children 1971 Lawrence Teft
Here Come the Brides 1970 TV Series Simon Bill
Lancer 1969 TV Series Andy Cutler
Rascal 1969 Sterling North
Wild in the Streets 1968 Boy (uncredited)
Lost in Space 1965-1968 TV Series Will Robinson
The Two of Us 1966 TV Movie Chris Williams (as Billy Mumy)
Vacation Playhouse 1966 TV Series Chris Williams
I Dream of Jeannie 1965 TV Series Custer
Bewitched 1964-1965 TV Series Darrin the Boy / Michael
Ben Casey 1965 TV Series Victor Chase
The Virginian 1965 TV Series Willy
The Munsters 1965 TV Series Googie Miller
Dear Brigitte 1965 Erasmus 'Ras' Leaf
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 1964 TV Series Billy
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1962-1964 TV Series Freddy Gray / Petey Loomis
The Eleventh Hour 1964 TV Series Barry
The Fugitive 1964 TV Series David Taft
The Greatest Show on Earth 1963 TV Series Jeff
Palm Springs Weekend 1963 'Boom Boom' Yates
Perry Mason 1963 TV Series Miles
The Twilight Zone 1961-1963 TV Series Young Pip Anthony Fremont Billy Bayles
A Ticklish Affair 1963 Alex Martin (as Billy Mumy)
Empire 1963 TV Series Freddy
A Child Is Waiting 1963 Boy Counting Jean's Pearls
Wagon Train 1962 TV Series Toddy
The Jack Benny Program 1962 TV Series Little Boy Who Weighs Himself
Going My Way 1962 TV Series Mark Murdock
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1962 TV Series Tony Mitchell
Wide Country 1962 TV Series David Bennett
Alcoa Premiere 1962 TV Series Skipper
Have Gun - Will Travel 1962 TV Series Little Boy at Carlton Hotel
Dr. Kildare 1962 TV Series Jeffey
The Dick Powell Theatre 1962 TV Series Larry
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1961-1962 TV Series Mickey Hollins / Jackie Chester
General Electric Theater 1961 TV Series Buzz
Father of the Bride 1961 TV Series
The New Breed 1961 TV Series Billy
Tammy Tell Me True 1961 Neil Bateman (uncredited)
The Loretta Young Show 1960-1961 TV Series Jimmy Harrison / Rennie
The Law and Mr. Jones 1960 TV Series
National Velvet 1960 TV Series Willy
The Wizard of Baghdad 1960 Aladdin (uncredited)
The DuPont Show with June Allyson 1960 TV Series Joey Robertson
Wire Service 1957 TV Series Kidnapped Boy

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Twilight Zone 2002 TV Series story by - 1 episode
Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends 1999 TV Series 1 episode
Lost in Space Forever 1998 TV Movie documentary
Space Cases TV Series writer - 14 episodes, 1996 - 1997 creator - 2 episodes, 1996 written by - 2 episodes, 1996 story - 1 episode, 1996
The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen 1995 TV Movie documentary
Fish Heads 1980 Short as Art Barnes

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Derailroaded 2005 Documentary performer: "Fish Heads" / writer: "It's a Hard Business", "Fish Heads", "The Bouillabaisse", "Frank", "It's a Money World", "My Sweet Little Cathy", "Ping Pong Ball Head', "Music Business Shark"
Backstory 2000 TV Series documentary writer: "Series Theme"
The Simpsons 1996 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Dr. Demento 20th Anniversary Collection 1991 Video performer: "Fish Heads" - as Barnes / writer: "Fish Heads" - as Barnes
Plain Clothes 1987 as Billy Mumy, "YOU'RE RICH"
Lost in Space 1965-1967 TV Series performer - 4 episodes

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Backstory 2000-2001 TV Series documentary composer - 4 episodes
Lost in Space Forever 1998 TV Movie documentary arranger: end title music
On the Edge of Black and White 2008 Documentary composer: additional music / composer: theme music

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fish Heads 1980 Short as Art Barnes

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lost in Space Forever 1998 TV Movie documentary co-producer

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen 1995 TV Movie documentary creative consultant

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Under the Smogberry Trees 2016 Documentary Art Barnes
Earl Hamner Storyteller 2015 Documentary Himself
The Actor's Journey 2011 Video documentary Himself
The Actor's Journey for Kids 2011 Video documentary Himself
Pioneers of Television 2011 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself / Student on Romper Room / Will Robinson in Lost in Space
Starz Inside: The Face Is Familiar 2009 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Biography 1995-2009 TV Series documentary Himself - Narrator / Himself / Himself - Host
On the Edge of Black and White 2008 Documentary Himself
Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 100 Greatest TV Quotes & Catchphrases 2006 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Twilight Zone: The Definitive Edition Interviews 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Derailroaded 2005 Documentary Himself
Ringers: Lord of the Fans 2005 Documentary Himself
Child Stars: Then and Now 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
Child Stars: Their Story 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
Boom! Hollywood's Greatest Disaster Movies 2000 Video documentary Himself / Host
Attack of the 50 Foot Monster Mania 1999 TV Movie documentary Himself / Narrator (voice)
Thanks a Million: The Dick Powell Story 1998 TV Movie Himself - Narrator
Lost in Space Forever 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself
Leonardo DiCaprio: A Life in Progress 1998 Video documentary Narrator (voice)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast 1997 TV Series Himself
The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen 1995 TV Movie documentary Himself / Host
Howard Stern 1995 TV Series Himself
The Steven Banks Show 1994 TV Series Himself
Apollo 13: The Untold Story 1992 Documentary Host
The Howard Stern Show 1990 TV Series Himself
People Are Talking 1990 TV Series Himself
Social Security in Action 1958 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sixties 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Will Robinson
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness 2012 TV Series documentary Tim (Segment #3)
Biography 2000 TV Series documentary Will Robinson
Babylon 5 1995 TV Series Lennier
Lost in Space 25th Anniversary Tribute 1991 Video documentary Himself
Saturday Night Live 1980 TV Series Art Barnes
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1973 TV Series Sterling North
Bewitched 1965 TV Series Michael

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1992 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Music Direction and Composition Adventures in Wonderland (1992) · John C. Volaitis (composer)
· Mona Lia Ventris (composer)
· Andrew Todd (composer)
· Laura Räty (composer)
· Michael Alemania (composer)
· Denis M. Hannigan (composer)
· Jim Goodwin (composer)
· Mark Mothersbaugh (music director)
· Patricia Friedman (composer)
· David Kendrick (composer)


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#Fact
1 Credits Jonathan Harris as his favorite acting mentor/best friend.
2 Lifelong friend of Jonathan Harris.
3 Revealed that he had a wonderful working relationship with Jonathan Harris on Lost in Space (1965).
4 He is of German, English, Scottish, and French-Canadian descent.
5 His acting mentor and former series' lead, Jonathan Harris, passed away on November 3, 2002, at age 87.
6 His acting mentor was the late Jonathan Harris.
7 Along with Cloris Leachman, he is one of only two actors to appear in both The Twilight Zone (1959) and its second television revival, The Twilight Zone (2002).
8 Best known by the public for his role as Will Robinson on Lost in Space (1965).
9 'Weird Al' Yankovic' was a big fan of Lost in Space (1965) growing up, and he and Mumy later became good friends. Mumy reportedly introduced Al to his wife Suzanne.
10 Credits his Lost in Space (1965) co-star Guy Williams with inspiring him to become an actor. Mumy grew up watching Williams on Disney's Zorro (1957) TV series; young Bill broke his leg attempting to recreate one of the show's stunts in his bedroom.
11 Is an only child.
12 Was a lifelong friend of James Stewart, with whom he co-starred in the film Dear Brigitte (1965). The Stewart and Mumy families knew each other well off-screen, Stewart's wife Gloria having been Mumy's Sunday school teacher. He can still do a perfect imitation of Stewart's voice, one that frequently cracked Stewart up during his lifetime. They were all members of the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church.
13 On the Babylon 5 (1994) episode "Eyes," he used his album title "Zabagabee" as an alien word. Series show runner J. Michael Straczynski was reportedly not amused, as he didn't feel it was appropriate to promote outside projects, and it ran counter to his mandate forbidding improvisation on the show.
14 Was the original choice to play "Eddie Munster," in the cult 1960s TV series The Munsters (1964). However, his parents did not approve of the makeup young Bill would have to wear for the role; they turned it down. Butch Patrick ended up playing the part. Today, Patrick and Mumy are very good friends and sometimes collaborate on music.
15 Wrote a screenplay back in the late 1970s in which the Lost in Space (1965) family would have found their way back to Earth. 20th Century Fox was committed to the project, but series creator Irwin Allen wasn't interested in reviving the series. The plan dissolved completely after the death of space patriarch Guy Williams in 1989.
16 Acted in a recent episode of the newly-revived The Twilight Zone (2002) TV series with his actress-daughter Liliana Mumy. As a child, Mumy appeared in three of Rod Serling's classic The Twilight Zone (1959) episodes ("Long-Distance Call", "It's a Good Life" and "In Praise Of Pip") during the 1960s.
17 Had a recurring role as "Lennier" on Babylon 5 (1994). Mumy had also repeatedly tried to land a guest role on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), but the producers always wanted him to play an alien. He held out until they allowed him to play a human, which he did in the DS9 episode "The Siege of AR-558" (he was the Starfleet engineer who worked on trying to decode a Dominion communications array).
18 Performed with Robert Haimer as "Barnes & Barnes", recording the hit novelty song "Fish Heads" in 1978. It is currently the most requested song in the history of the Dr. Demento Show.
19 Last name is pronounced "Moomy" not "Mummy"
20 Father of Seth Mumy and Liliana Mumy
21 Wife, Eileen Mumy, is a childbirth instructor.

#Quote
1 [Of Jonathan Harris]: Well, yeah. I never really had too many uncomfortable moments working with any actor. I was comfortable working with most everybody. It's just the more that Jonathan and I did together, the more he changed the character. He really changed the character of Dr. Smith himself. He really turned him from a snarling saboteur villain to this bumbling insulting kook. The more he played it for comedy, the more Irwin Allen liked it. The show really went the way that Jonathan led it. But we had great chemistry together, and we never had a bad day. We were always prepared, as was Bobby May who was inside the robot. When we had our work to do - and I think this is a very big reason the way it went - they'd get us done in a couple of takes. Nobody screwed up. It was easier for the crew and it was easier for us, and people seemed to like it.
2 [on his on- and off-screen chemistry with Jonathan Harris, who played Dr. Zachary Smith]: Oh, he just loved Dr. Smith. He loved him when he was such a snarly villain, and he loved him when he was a lovable buffoon. He created that character, single handedly, and no, I don't think he had any trouble being a nasty, villain kind of a character. He was a versatile actor, and loved doing it. I loved Jonathan very much, he was a great friend.
3 [on being more than an actor]: I'm very lucky to work in so many different arenas of the entertainment industry and I do enjoy them all, but making music - original music - in the studio or live onstage is definitely my favorite thing to do.
4 I'd been working quite prolifically, for about five or six years before we started Lost in Space (1965). One week, I'd be a scary mutant in The Twilight Zone (1959) and, another, I'd be a nice little kid in a Disney movie.
5 [Before Lost in Space (1965)]: From the age of four, I was a huge comic fan and still am. When Lost in Space came along it was like being in a huge comic so we jumped at the chance of being part of that project and it proved to be a good choice.
6 [When asked about real-life sibling rivalry between his actor-children, Seth and Liliana] "...If my kids could wish each other into the cornfield, as it were, they'd LIVE there. I mean, they'd be in that cornfield all the time."
7 I had a great time doing Lost in Space (1965). With the exception of a couple of days, I don't have any unpleasant memories of the show. The only thing I'm bitter about in a sense is that the show runs constantly in syndication and none of the actors get paid. Nonetheless, I made a lot of money at the time, my family invested it well for me, and I have a lot of nice things. I can't complain.


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