|Birth Name:||Anthony Francis Furst|
|Birth Date:||May 6, 1944|
|Birth Place:||London, England, UK|
|Death Date:||November 24, 1991|
|Batman Media work:||Batman|
Anton Furst was a Hollywood production designer, mostly known for his work on Neil Jordan's The Company of Wolves and Tim Burton's Batman. He is particularly remembered for designing the film's Batmobile, which was also featured in Batman Returns. Furst was unable to contibute to Batman Returns due to contractual obligations.
Tragically, Furst committed suicide November 24, 1991. Furst had separated from his wife and began taking Halcion, a sleeping drug that had been banned in Britain due to its possible side effects of amnesia, paranoia and depression. His drinking also became more of a problem. He was about to check into a rehab in 1992, and told his friends he was going to the car to fetch his cigarettes and jumped off an eighth story parking deck.