Bobby Sherman is an American singer, actor, and occasional songwriter. He is best known for his roles in the television shows “Here Come the Brides” and “Getting Together”, as well as his hit singles “Little Woman” and “Julie, Do Ya Love Me”. He also had a successful career as a recording artist, selling millions of albums worldwide. Although he has been retired since the early 2000s, Bobby Sherman is still remembered fondly by fans of his music and television shows.
Bobby Sherman’s Early Life
Bobby Sherman was born Robert Cabot Sherman, Jr. on July 22, 1943, in Santa Monica, California. He was the second of three sons born to Robert Cabot Sherman, Sr. and his wife, Juanita. Bobby showed an interest in music from an early age, and began playing the guitar and singing in his school’s choir. He was also a member of the Boy Scouts of America, and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. After graduating from high school, Bobby attended Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California.
Bobby Sherman’s Career
In 1965, Bobby Sherman was discovered by music producer and songwriter, Ward Sylvester. He was signed to the Metromedia label, and released his debut single, “Little Woman”, in 1969. The song became an instant hit, and was followed by several other chart-topping singles, including “Julie, Do Ya Love Me” and “Easy Come, Easy Go”. In addition to his musical career, Bobby also had a successful acting career, appearing in the television shows “Here Come the Brides” and “Getting Together”. He also made several guest appearances on other popular shows, such as “Love, American Style” and “The Monkees”.
Bobby Sherman’s Personal Life
Bobby Sherman has been married twice. His first marriage was to actress and singer, LaDonna Allison, in 1967. The couple had two children together, before divorcing in 1972. His second marriage was to Brigitte Poublon in 1988. Bobby and Brigitte have two children together, and are still married. Bobby currently resides in Malibu, California, and is still active in the entertainment industry, working as a voice actor and occasional songwriter.
Bobby Sherman has had a successful career in both music and television. He has sold millions of albums worldwide, and has appeared in several popular television shows. Despite his retirement in the early 2000s, Bobby Sherman is still remembered fondly by fans of his music and television shows.