West attended Walla Walla High School during his freshman and sophomore years, and later enrolled in Lakeside School in Seattle.He attended Whitman University but studied at University of Puget Sound in Walla Walla, where he was a member of the Gamma Zeta Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
After his discharge, he worked as a milkman before moving to Hawaii to pursue a career in television.He had guest-star roles in a number of television Westerns. westerns which aired on ABC—Sugarfoot, Colt .45, and Lawman—West played the role of Doc Holliday, the frontier dentist and gunfighter.West never appeared in any of the theatrically released post-1960s Batman franchise motion pictures and, to date, neither has Burt Ward (Robin, from the TV series).West made an appearance in a 1992 episode of Batman: The Animated Series on Fox, but not as Batman (as the role of Batman was already being played by Kevin Conroy).He portrayed Wild Bill Hickok in the episode "Westbound Stage" of the 1960 NBC Western series Overland Trail, with William Bendix and Doug Mc Clure. After his high-profile role, West, along with Burt Ward and Yvonne Craig (who played crime-fighting sidekicks Robin and Batgirl), was typecast.
On January 10, 1961, West appeared as a young, ambitious deputy who foolishly confronts a gunfighter named Clay Jackson, portrayed by Jock Mahoney, in the episode "The Man from Kansas" of the NBC Western series Laramie. West's first post-Caped Crusader role was in the film The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969).Following her example, West told his father as a young man that he intended to go to Hollywood after completing school.He moved to Seattle with his mother when he was 15, following his parents' divorce.Our statistical model picks matches that we're especially confident in.We believe the resulting set of matches are users that you will most likely date and maybe marry!Use our real time video chat to check each other out and play before you meet.