Michael Gough, the British star best known for playing butler Alfred Pennyworth during director Tim Burton's time helming the crime-fighting films from 1989 to 1997, has died.
He was 94.
He worked alongside Burton on a number of his other films, including "Corpse Bride," "Sleepy Hollow" and the "Alice In Wonderland" remake.
Defying his years, Gough continued to work up until this year and voiced a character in animation "All-Star Superman."
He starred in over 150 TV shows and films throughout his career, including "Doctor Who" twice where he starred as "The Celestial Toymaker" and a "Time Lord Councillor."
He is survived by his fourth wife Henrietta and two children from previous marriages.