Bobby Sherman Trivia

Bobby Sherman is an American singer, actor, and occasional songwriter who rose to fame in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was born on July 22, 1943, in Santa Monica, California. Sherman was born to Robert Cabot Sherman Sr. and Juanita (née Freeman) Sherman. He grew up in Van Nuys, California, with his sister Darlene.

Sherman initially gained attention as a teen idol with his clean-cut image and catchy pop songs. Some of his popular songs include “Little Woman,” “Julie, Do Ya Love Me,” and “Easy Come, Easy Go.”

In addition to his music career, Sherman also had success as an actor. He appeared in the television series “Here Come the Brides” in the late 1960s and early 1970s, portraying the character Jeremy Bolt. He also had roles in other TV shows and made guest appearances on various programs.

After his entertainment career, Sherman shifted his focus to humanitarian work and became a trained paramedic. He worked for the Los Angeles Police Department as a specialist officer and was also involved in emergency medical services.

In 1962, Sal Mineo wrote two songs for Sherman as well as arranging for Sherman to record the songs.
He appeared in an episode of The Monkees titled “Monkees at the Movies”
He appeared in 14 episodes of the tv show “Getting Together”
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Bobby Sherman as Bobby Conway
Wes Stern as Lionel Poindexter
Susan Neher as Jennifer Conway
Jack Burns as Officer Rudy Colcheck
Pat Carroll as Rita Simon