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Bill Mumy

Bill Mumy
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Charles William Mumy Jr., best known as Bill Mumy, is an American actor and musician born February 1, 1954, in San Gabriel, California. After achieving fame as a child actor playing Will Robinson on Lost in Space, and being featured in a number of other movies and TV shows, starting in the early 70s, he formed a musical partnership with Robert Haimer known as Barnes & Barnes, recording novelty and avant-garde music. He has pursued a solo career and recorded and toured with a number of bands.
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Releases on file (16)
Bill Mumy — Velour Bill Mumy — Velour
(Global Recording Artists, 2016, CD)
Bill Mumy — Ten Days Bill Mumy — Ten Days
(Global Recording Artists, 2015, CD)
Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin — Fish Drive Edsels Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin — Fish Drive Edsels
(Electric Phantom no#, 2012, CD / DL)
Bill Mumy — Illuminations Bill Mumy — Illuminations
(Global Recording Artists, 2012, CD)
Bill Mumy — Until the Big Bang Whimpers Bill Mumy — Until the Big Bang Whimpers
((Not on label) no#, 2011, CD)
Bill Mumy — Glorious in Defeat Bill Mumy — Glorious in Defeat
(Global Recording Artists, 2010, CD)
Bill Mumy — Carnival Sky Bill Mumy — Carnival Sky
(Global Recording Artists, 2009, CD)
Bill Mumy — Speechless Bill Mumy — Speechless
(Global Recording Artists, 2009, CD)
Bill Mumy — Circular Bill Mumy — Circular
(Global Recording Artists, 2008, CD)
Bill Mumy — Thank You Kindly Bill Mumy — Thank You Kindly
(Global Recording Artists, 2008, CD)
Bill Mumy — The Landlord or the Guest Bill Mumy — The Landlord or the Guest
(Global Recording Artists, 2007, CD)
Bill Mumy — With Big Ideas Bill Mumy — With Big Ideas
(Global Recording Artists, 2006, CD)
Bill Mumy — After Dreams Come True Bill Mumy — After Dreams Come True
(Global Recording Artists, 2001, CD)
Bill Mumy — Pandora's Box Bill Mumy — Pandora's Box
(Global Recording Artists, 2000, CD)
Bill Mumy — In the Current Bill Mumy — In the Current
(Renaissance RMED00199, 1999, CD)
Bill Mumy — Dying to Be Heard Bill Mumy — Dying to Be Heard
(Infinite Visions no#, 1997, CD)

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