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George Clooney (b. May 6, 1961) is an American actor and filmmaker who portrayed Batman in Batman & Robin and Bruce Wayne in The Flash.

Pictured: Clooney as Bruce Wayne in The Flash

Professional History

George Clooney is a prolific American character actor and filmmaker with many recognizable roles in several films and TV shows. After his breakout performance as Doug Ross on ER, he went on to play many iconic roles, including Seth Gecko in From Dusk Till Dawn, Ulysses McGill in O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Danny Ocean in Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve, and Ocean's Thirteen, and Mr. Fox in Fantastic Mr. Fox. He is also a director, with his most notable directorial works including Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and Good Night, and Good Luck.

In 1997, Clooney took the role of Batman in Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin, succeeding Val Kilmer in the role after he left after the previous film, Batman Forever. The film was a commercial disappointment and a critical travesty, and is often considered one of the worst films ever made. Clooney has apologized for Batman & Robin repeatedly in interviews. Years later, Clooney returned to DC cinema for a brief appearance as the DC Extended Universe's Bruce Wayne in The Flash, after the titular hero altered his timeline a second time.

Personal History

George Clooney was a cousin of the late Miguel Ferrer.

Work History

Acting Credits

Batman and Robin June 20, 1997 Batman
The Flash June 16, 2023 Bruce Wayne


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