Bobby Sherman Biography
Birthday: July 22, 1943 (Cancer)
Born In: Santa Monica, California, United States
Bobby Sherman, born as Robert Cabot Sherman, Jr., is an American singer, songwriter and actor who became a famous teen idol during the 1960s and 1970s. He first surfaced on ABC-TV's ‘Shindig!’ and then appeared in the comedy series ‘Here Come the Brides’. Sporting a fashionably shaggy hairstyle and a winning smile, Sherman then went on to rule the pop charts as a singer with the well-produced "La La La”, "Little Woman," "Julie, Do Ya Love Me” and "Easy Come, Easy Go," all of which became major hits in US. He abandoned his singing career in the 1970s but continued working in television shows. A qualified EMT, Sherman has also served the Los Angeles Police Department, training police academy recruits in first aid and CPR. On a personal note, the multitalented artist is a father of two sons whom he had with his first wife. Just like their father, they are also working in the music industry.