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Richard Moll as Mister Moore from the Smallville episode "Nocturne"

Richard Moll (b. January 13, 1943) voiced Harvey Dent/Two-Face and the Batcomputer on the animated series Batman.

(External Links: The actor's entries on IMDb and Wikipedia)

Selected Filmography

Batman: The Animated Series 1992-1995 Two-Face
     "On Leather Wings" September 6, 1992 Harvey Dent
Security Guard
Batcomputer
     "Pretty Poison" September 14, 1992 Harvey Dent
     "Nothing to Fear" September 15, 1992 Batcomputer
Thomas Wayne[1]
Nigel
Anthony
     "The Last Laugh" September 22, 1992 Batcomputer
     "Two-Face, Part I" September 25, 1992 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Two-Face, Part II" September 28, 1992 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
Thomas Wayne
     "The Forgotten" October 8, 1992 Batcomputer
     "The Strange Secret of Bruce Wayne" October 29, 1992 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Almost Got 'Im" November 10, 1992 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "His Silicon Soul" November 20, 1992 Computer
     "Shadow of the Bat, Part I" September 13, 1993 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Shadow of the Bat, Part II" September 14, 1993 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Trial" May 16, 1994 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Second Chance" September 17, 1994 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
Superman: The Animated Series 1996-2000 Emperor Spooj
     "The Main Man, Part II" November 16, 1996 Emperor Spooj
The New Batman Adventures 1997-1999 Two-Face
     "Sins of the Father" September 20, 1997 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
     "Judgment Day" October 31, 1998 Harvey Dent/Two-Face
The Zeta Project 2001-2002 Rodin Krick
     "Lost and Found" May 11, 2002 Rodin Krick
Justice League 2001-2004 Java
     "Metamorphosis, Part I" October 4, 2002 Java
Mister Braddock
     "Metamorphosis, Part II" October 11, 2002 Java
Mister Braddock
Smallville 2001-2011 Mister Moore
     "Nocturne" October 22, 2002 Mister Moore
Batman: The Brave and the Bold 2008-2011 Lew Moxon
     "Chill of the Night!" April 9, 2010 Lew Moxon
Two-Face[2]



  1. Moll voiced the first two of Thomas Wayne's speaking appearances. The remainder were voiced by Kevin Conroy.
  2. Two-Face was voiced by James Remar for the bulk of the character's appearances. Moll took over the role for the character's final appearance.
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