Bill Mumy - Famous Screenwriter

Bill Mumy Net Worth


Bill Mumy, a renowned name in the entertainment industry, has a net worth of $10 million. Besides acting, he has also proved his worth as a successful musician, pitchman, instrumentalist, voice-over artist, and a figure in the science-fiction community.

Key facts:

The achievements of Bill Mumy are:
  • Started acting at a young age of six.
  • Has appeared in numerous TV and film projects, including "Lost in Space," "Twilight Zone," and "Babylon 5."
  • Established himself as a successful musician,Β able to play guitar, bass, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, and percussion.
  • Performs with several Californian bands and has released solo and collaborative albums such as his nine albums with Barnes and Barnes.
  • Done voice-over work for cartoons like "Scooby Doo" and "Batman: The Animated Series" among others.

Basic Information About Bill Mumy

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Musician, Pitchman, Voice Actor, Screenwriter, Writer
Net worth$10,000,000
Date of birth1954-02-01 (70 years old)
Place of birthSan Gabriel
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksBoyish and child-like earnestness and affibility
Red Hair and Blue Eyes
Often plays supernatural and science-fiction characters
SpouseEileen Mumy - (9 OctoberΒ 1986 - present)Β (2 children)
Height5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

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Bill Mumy roles

Movie / Series Role
Captain AmericaYoung General Fleming
Twilight Zone: The MovieTim (segment "It's a Good Life")
Three WishesNeighbor
Batman: The Animated SeriesThe Fox / ... 1 episode, 1995
AnimaniacsThe Farmer 1 episode, 1994
BewitchedDarrin the Boy / ... 3 episodes, 1964-1965
Lost in SpaceDr. Zachary Smith / ... 2 episodes, 2018-2019
The VirginianWilly 1 episode, 1965
Space Ghost Coast to CoastSelf 1 episode, 1997
The FugitiveDavid Taft 1 episode, 1964
Star Trek: Deep Space NineKellin 1 episode, 1998
Transformers: Rescue BotsVigil 2 episodes, 2014
The MunstersGoogie Miller 1 episode, 1965
The Weird Al ShowDelivery Guy 1 episode, 1997
The Loud HouseTimothy McCole 1 episode, 2018
Alfred Hitchcock PresentsSupermarket Clerk (segment "Bang! You're Dead!") 1 episode, 1985
The Ren & Stimpy ShowDr. Brainchild 1 episode, 1994
Ben 10: Ultimate AlienAgent Bryson 1 episode, 2011
The FlashRoger Braintree 1 episode, 1991
The Dating GameSelf - Guest star contestant 1 episode, 1968
The Twilight ZoneWriter
The Twilight ZoneAnthony Fremont 1 episode, 2003
Dr. KildareJeffey 1 episode, 1962
Buzz Lightyear of Star CommandEon 2 episodes, 2000
The Alfred Hitchcock HourTony Mitchell 1 episode, 1962
I Dream of JeannieCuster Jamison 1 episode, 1965
Crossing JordanPaper Shredder Operator 1 episode, 2006
Space CommandGreg Mazzey 3 episodes, 2020
MatlockDr. Irwin Bruckner 1 episode, 1988
Ben CaseyVictor Chase 1 episode, 1965
Lost in SpaceWill Robinson 84 episodes, 1965-1968
Bravest WarriorsJohnny Tezuka / ... 11 episodes, 2013-2018

Bill Mumy's Quotes

  • 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.
  • [asked about real-life sibling rivalry between his actor-children, Seth Mumy and Liliana Mumy] . . . 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.
  • [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.
  • 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.
  • [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.

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Bill Mumy Net Worth and Beyond

Bill Mumy is not just an actor but also a musician, pitchman, voice-over artist, and a figure prominent in the science-fiction community. As a voice-over actor, he lent his voice to cartoons such as β€˜Scooby Doo’, β€˜Batman: The Animated Series’ and β€˜The Oz Kids’. Bill Mumy’s net worth is $10 million – an impressive number but hardly a surprise given Mumy has been involved in the entertainment industry since the age of six.

What is Bill Mumy known for?

As for his on-screen projects, there are many to choose from, though Mumy will forever be associated with Lost in Space, one of the most iconic television shows of the 60s. Mumy played Will Robinson, the youngest member of the family whose adventures in space remained a favorite among children throughout the years. Besides, he appeared in several other well-known shows, such as β€˜The Twilight Zone’, β€˜Going My Way’, β€˜The Greatest Show on Earth’, β€˜I Dream Of Jeannie’, β€˜The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet’ and β€˜Babylon 5,’ which won him accolades for Best Guest Actor.

Musical hobbies

Music also powers Mumy’s ambition. He is a multitalented musician who can play diverse instruments such as the guitar, bass, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, and percussion. He performs in several Californian bands and has released six solo albums and nine albums as part of the duo, Barnes and Barnes.

Early life and education

Mumy was born on February 1st, 1954 in San Gabriel, California. As a young boy, he received extensive training both in the studio and in live performances, honing his acting and musicianship skills. He studied at San Fernando Valley State College and majored in acting and world literature.


Mumy’s career spans over six decades, beginning his career as a child actor; he has since established himself as an all-around artist. As such, he has an extensive list of achievements, which have been recognized with various awards. Won him an Emmy Award for his supporting role in Twilight Zone and a Grammy Award for his songwriting abilities.

Awards and Achievements

Mumy has won several accolades in recognition of his talent. His science-fiction work won him everlasting fame, with β€˜Lost in Space’ regarded as a classic among the genre. He has two Emmy nominations, both for roles played on the original series of β€˜The Twilight Zone.’ The singer and songwriter also acquired a Grammy for co-writing (with Robert Haimer) their hit comedy/novelty song β€œFish Heads.”

Mumy’s display of talent over the years has earned him an army of loyal fans and followers interested in his accomplishments. He remains an active participant in both music and film industries, with new projects frequently added to his many achievements. He continues to reside with his wife in Hollywood Hills, California.

Final thoughts

Bill Mumy’s body of work is vast and varied, solidifying his place in entertainment halls of fame. A talented musician, actor, voice-over artist, and active member of the science-fiction community, Bill Mumy’s multifaceted career is an inspiration to artists everywhere. It is hardly a surprise that during his last six decades on earth this polymath is valued at $10 million!

Interesting Facts about Bill Mumy

  1. Wife Eileen Mumy is a childbirth instructor.
  2. Father, with Eileen Mumy, of son Seth Mumy and daughter Liliana Mumy.
  3. Last name is pronounced "Moomy" not "Mummy"
  4. 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.
  5. Had a recurring role as "Lennier" on Babylon 5 (1993). 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, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Siege Of AR-558 (1998) (he was the Starfleet engineer who worked on trying to decode a Dominion communications array).
  6. 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 (The Twilight Zone: Long Distance Call (1961), The Twilight Zone: It's a Good Life (1961) and The Twilight Zone: In Praise of Pip (1963)) during the 1960s.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. On the Babylon 5 (1993) episode, Babylon 5: Eyes (1994), he used his album title, "Zabagabee", as an alien word. Series producer 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. '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.
  13. Best known by the public for his role as Will Robinson on Lost in Space (1965).
  14. 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).
  15. He is of German, English, Scottish, and French-Canadian descent.
  16. His acting mentor was the late Jonathan Harris.
  17. Was in the band Seduction of the Innocent with his friends Miguel Ferrer and mystery novelist Max Allan Collins. Seduction often performed in and around San Diego Comicon, and Ferrer's good friend Brandon Lee would sometimes roadie for the group.
  18. Father-in-law of Alexa Cline.
  19. Credits Jonathan Harris as his favorite acting mentor/best friend.
  20. As an actor, he was highly influenced by Jonathan Harris.

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