Any other actors who appeared as a villain assistant more than once?
-- The Joker, in a line cut from "The Joker's Epitaph"
To be nitpicky, he always has been credited as Joe E. Tata. He also was the owner/proprietor of the Peach Pit in Beverly Hills 90210, which is pretty evil, if you ask me.Mr. Glee wrote: ↑Wed May 19, 2021 4:46 pm Joe Tata was a henchman in "Ring of Wax," "Hizzonner the Penguin," and "I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle." Gil Perkins, a stuntman who appeared in KING KONG (1933) and FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLFMAN (1943), was a henchman in "The Joker is Wild," "The Thirteenth Hat," the '66 Bat-movie, and "Ring Around the Riddler" (and he played the jury foreman in "The Funny Feline Felonies.")
Richard Bakalyan was CB in the Riddler silent film caper arc, Arbutus in Louie the Lilac's debut, and the nutty Verdigris in Joker's Flying Saucer.
Moonlighting MLB outfielder Al Ferrara was Trap Door for Black Widow and Atlas for Minerva.
If we count the movie (your call), George Sawaya was Templar in the Lesley Gore arc (whoaaaa, California nights!) and Quetch in the film.
James Griffith was Trusty in the Ma Parker arc and Manx in Eartha Kitt's solo Catwoman ep.
Also, Don 'Red' Barry was a henchman in both the first King Tut arc and the Black Widow arc.
I believe the Gotham City Henchperson's Union has documentation of all this, but I don't know how far back their records date.
My hobbies include gazing at the Siren and doing her bidding, evil or otherwise.
'She had a devastating, hypnotic effect on all the men.'--A schoolmate describing Joan Collins at age 17
In season 2, Charles Picerni worked for Clock King, Mad Hatter, then straight out in time to work for the Joker/Penguin in the next episode. Also turned up working for Minerva in the last ever episode.
He seems to be still going strong looking at his IMDB credits!
Jack Perkins (any relation to Gil?) was one of Chandell's piano movers, then worked for the Joker in Pop Goes the Joker. I think he was also a stunt double for a Bookworm henchman, and the Joker (when disguised as the Maharajah) fighting Batman, as he has a distinctive way of swinging his punches.
Is there an agency that provides henchmen to villains?
Maybe a Union?
There are quite a few repeat "Offenders"