Stan Lee

Stan Lee

Dec. 28th, 1922
Born in
New York City, New York, USA
5' 11"

Stan Lee's Main TV Roles

Show Character(s)
Ultimate Spider-man TV Show
Ultimate Spider-man
Who Wants to Be a Superhero? TV Show
Who Wants to Be a Superhero?
Stan Lee's SuperHumans TV Show
Stan Lee's SuperHumans

Main Movie Roles

2011 - Thor
2010 - Iron Man 2
2008 - Bigger Stronger Faster*
2008 - The Incredible Hulk
2008 - Iron Man
2007 - Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
2007 - Confessions of a Superhero
2007 - Spider-Man 3
2006 - X-Men: The Last Stand
2005 - Fantastic Four
2004 - Spider-Man 2
2004 - The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
2003 - Hulk
2003 - Daredevil
2002 - Spider-Man
2000 - Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV
2000 - X-Men
1995 - Mallrats

Guest TV Roles

Show Name
Characters Played
Ep Count
Narrator (Voiced)
Narrator (Voiced)
Mayor of Super Hero City (Voiced)
Himself (Voiced)
Stan Lee (Voiced)
Stan Lee
Frank Elson (Voiced)
Dr. (Generalissimo) Lee
Stan (Voiced)
[Complete List]


  • Admitted he'd always hoped to play the character of J. Jonah Jameson in a film adaptation of Spider-Man, though he conceded he was too old to even be considered by the time the film was actually made and praised 'J.K. Simmons' (qv) for his performance in the role.
  • Entered the comic book scene at 17 as assistant editor for the Timely comics group. In 1942, he was promoted to editor.
  • Disliked the 1970s live-action Spiderman TV series (for which he was a script consultant), deeming it "too juvenile." He also felt that Spiderman was being treated on the show as a "cardboard character."
  • He is credited as creating the Marvel Comics characters in the 1960s which introduced more complex characterizations for super-heroes. He also is credited for popularizing continuity to give the various series a sense of narrative flow and an interrelated common world for the characters.
  • He was awarded the 2008 American National Medal of the Arts for his services to comic books and production.
  • He ended his weekly "Stan's Soapbox" column (which appeared in every Marvel comic book) with the phrase "Excelsior."
  • He first began to work on comics in 1941 on the 3rd issue of Captain America.
  • His 3 most famous comic book creations are: Fantastic Four (Debut November 1961), the Incredible Hulk (Debut May 1962) and the Amazing Spiderman (Debut August 1962 in 'Amazing Fantasy' # 15).

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