Victor was once considered by Irwin Allen to star as Dr. Smith in Lost In Space.
Victor starred with Robert Mitchum and Rita Hayworth in The Wrath Of God (1972).
Victor appeared in the 1980 TV movie "More Wild Wild West," the second follow-up to the Wild Wild West series after "The Wild WIld West Revisited" in 1979.
Victor starred twice with Bette Davis, in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane (1962), and Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964).
Victor appeared with Charlton Heston in Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970).
Victor appeared along with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Peter Falk, and Bing Crosby in Robin And The Seven Hoods (1964).
Victor appeared in an unsold pilot for a tv series, "Katmandu," in 1980.
Victor's first acting role was at the age of 15, when he appeared as an evil magician in his San Diego high school's production of "Aladdin".
Victor's appearance in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane (1962) was described as "grotesque" by Bette Davis, who was against him starring, but she later apologized.
Victor Buono: Being on Batman allowed me to do something we actors are taught never to do: overact.
Victor published a book of his poetry, "It Could Be Verse," in 1972.
Victor was 6 feet 3 inches tall.
Victor weighed nearly 400 pounds at the time of his death.
Victor was nominated in 1963 for the Golden Globe award for Best Actor In A Suporting Role for Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?".
Victor was nominated for the Golden Laurel award for 'Top New Male Personality' in 1963. He came in 7th place.
Victor was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 1963 for his work on Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?.
Victor recorded an album of his own spoken poetry, "Heavy", in 1971.
Victor was a gourmet chef.
Victor Buono: Batman (1966) allowed me to do what actors are taught never to do, overact.
Victor wanted to become a doctor before going into acting.
(about reading Shakespeare)
Victor Buono: The more you study him, the more he grows.
Victor Buono: My only aversion to vice, is the price.
Victor Buono: I've heard or read about actors being asked the immortal question 'Why have you never married?' They answer with the immortal excuse 'I just haven't found the right girl.' Because I'm on the hefty side, no one's asked me yet. If they do, that's the answer I'll give. After all, if it was good enough for Monty Clift or Sal Mineo...
Victor Buono: In 1938, of parents properly licensed to produce babies, I was born. I am now rich, famous, devilishly handsome and thirty-three years old. And I don't anticipate a time in the future when I shall be anything other than rich, famous, devilishly handsome and thirty-three years old.