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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.