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Bill Mumy

Charles William Mumy Jr. (pronounced "moo-mee") (born February 1, 1954) is a musician, an actor and a figure in the science fiction community. He began his professional career at the age of 5 and has worked on over 400 television shows, 16 motion pictures, various commercials and scores of voice over work as well as working as a musician, songwriter, recording artist and writer.

He is probably best known as "Will Robinson" from the 1960s television series Lost in Space and as Lennier[?], the alien Ambassadorial aide suffering from unrequited love in the series Babylon 5.

Mumy is also an accomplished musician who plays guitar, bass, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, harmonica and percussion. He also sings. He has released three solo CDs, Dying To Be Heard, In The Current and Pandora's Box, as well as 9 albums with partner Robert Haimer as Barnes and Barnes[?]. Their most famous hit is the song "Fish Heads". He is currently a member of the band Jenerators[?], and they have produced 2 CDs, Jenerators and Hitting the Silk.

Mumy is the co-creator with writer Peter David of the award winning children's television series Space Cases[?]. The two have also written screenplays, comic books and short stories together.

He currently lives in Hollywood Hills, California[?] with his wife Eileen and their two children, Seth and Liliana.



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