Voice of Doc Ock Dies

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. has passed away at the age of 95. He voiced Doctor Octopus in the 1990’s Spider-Man cartoon. He had a long career in film and telelvision. Some of his famous roles included the TV shows “77 Sunset Strip,” “The F.B.I” and also he was the voice of Alfred in “Batman: The Animated Series.”

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  2. Bill

    Loved EZ Jr. as Alfred on the old Batman TAS. I didn't realize he was also the voice of Doc Ock. Very sad to hear he passed away. For me, he was so much the definitive voice of Alfred, it's like Alfred has passed away as well. BTW, when the heck are they ever going to release that 90's Spider-Man toon on DVD and/or BluRay already??? What's the hold up?

  3. Blazeatron

    The man for me was the definitive voices for Doctor Octopus and Alfred. R.I.P. Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

  4. wwww789

    How depressing :( He was and still is my favourite Alfred overall, just as Conroy is still my favourite Batman, and Hamill is my favourite Joker. I loved him as Dr. Octopus as well, the choice of accent was quite unconventional, but it worked extremely well somehow, I still imagine his voice when I read the comics.

  5. Stuart Green

    I loved Mr. Zimbalist Jr. as the voice of Doctor Octopus and also as the voice of Alfred on "Batman: T.A.S.". The writing for Doc Ock may not have been as good from seasons three to five of "Spider-Man: T.A.S." (at least in my opinion), but I always thought he always did a great job as the voice of Doc Ock. He will be missed. :(

  6. DadaHyena

    So sad; with all due respect to Peter MacNicol, Zimbalist was my favorite voice for Doctor Octopus and still the one I imagine when reading his appearances in the comics.

  7. hornacek

    To me he'll always be the mentor and (SPOILER) father of Remington Steele. But yes, he was a great Doc Ock. It always felt like his Ock was a Shakespearean actor who was also a scientist. Very dignified.

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