Jacques Ciron, the voice of Alfred (Batman) and Grippe-Sou (It), is dead

Jacques Ciron, the voice of Alfred (Batman) and Grippe-Sou (It), is dead

After the voices of Batman and Robin, that of Batou’s butler, Alfred, died out. Jacques Ciron died at the age of 94. An actor also known for his role as the scariest clown in cinema.

It’s hard to believe, but on the same day, a second actor from the Batman universe left us. Jacques Ciron went away.

Jacques Ciron (Batman, It…) is dead

This is called a very bad series. A few hours ago, we learned of the death of Georges Caudron, the irreplaceable French voice of Fox Mulder, and simply David Ducbhovny, in X-Files. A comedian who rubbed shoulders with the Dark Knight very closely since he played Robin in the animated series of the 90s.

The sad list grows with the death of Jacques Ciron at the age of 94. The voice double of the butler Alfred in Batman: The Animated Series, but also in live-action films such as Batman, Batman The Challenge, Batman Forever or Batman and Robin. Feature films where Alfred was played by Michael Gough.

Video of a dubbing session for Batman: The Animated Series.

Jacques Ciron will also have marked our minds by interpreting with accuracy Grippe-Sou, the evil clown of Ça / “Il” is back who eats children. He was also, among others, the Dr Edgemar in Total Recall.

Last month, it was Kévin Conroy, alias Batou in the animated series and games Batman Arkham, who left us.

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