His long string of hits includes such Gold-certified pop classics as "Little Woman" (1969), "La La La (If I Had You)" (1969), "Easy Come, Easy Go" (1970) and "Julie, Do Ya Love Me" (1970). Although 70's teen idol Bobby Sherman is retired from the entertainment business and public life he donates his services as a sworn officer with the LAPD and to his Foundation which supplies volunteer EMTs to community events.   NEWSLETTER, interview with the Tulsa World (May 18, 1997), The affable and kind-hearted Bobby Sherman discusses his early career beginnings and his transition from pop star to a life of service in an. He first surfaced on ABC-TV's ‘Shindig!’ and then appeared in the comedy series ‘Here Come the Brides’. Sherman is extensively discussed and remembered in Michael Gregg Michaud’s 2010 biography Sal Mineo: A Biography. Though he is mentioned, Sherman did not participate in Jonathan Etter’s 2009 nostalgic paperback Gangway Lord, (the) Here come the Brides book. He has a sister named Darlene. As a singer, he gave many hits during the late 1960s and early 1970s, including "Easy Come, Easy Go”, "Julie, Do Ya Love Me" and "La, La, La", all of which sold over a million copies and earned gold discs for Sherman. His long string of top pop hits began in 1969 with "Little Woman," which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became one of his signature songs. He attended Birmingham High School where he joined a dance band and became interested in singing. He had a career total of seven top 40 hits. He eventually progressed to playing 16 musical instruments. Sherman has also had a few same-sex affairs in the past, including liaisons with actor/singer Sal Mineo and actor Danny Lockin. His luck changed drastically in 1968 when he was cast in the role of a stammering, bashful logger named Jeremy Bolt in the drama 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. Sherman also appeared on an episode of The Monkees entitled "Monkees at the Movies", playing a pompous surfer/singer named Frankie Catalina in the vein of Frankie Avalon, performing the song "The New Girl in School" (the flip of Jan & Dean’s "Dead Man’s Curve", co-written by The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson, Jan Berry of Jan and Dean, songwriter Roger Christian and Bob Norberg, who was a roommate of Wilson’s at the time). They had two sons, Christopher and Tyler, born in the early 1970s. Sherman was married to Patti Carnel from 1971-1979. In 1969, he released "Little Woman" with Metromedia Records. Some of these songs were produced by Jackie Mills, a Hollywood record producer, who also produced the Brady Bunch Kids. This will take you to a list of links to CD and/or MP3 product pages from one or more online merchants that have sound samples. Welcome To Bobby Sherman's Official Website!. Christopher and Tyler are both married and have children of their own, making Sherman a grandfather of five. HOME | They had two sons, Christopher and Tyler, born in the early 1970s. In 1962 Sal Mineo took Sherman under his wing and wrote 2 songs for him as well as arranging for Sherman to record the songs, then in 1964 when Sherman was asked by Mineo to sing with his old band at a Hollywood party (there were many actors and agents in attendance) he made such an impression at that party he landed an agent and eventually a part on the ABC television show Shindig! We provide you with news from the entertainment industry. Bobby Sherman (b. July 22, 1943) is a singer, songwriter, actor, and former teen idol who became famous during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The couple divorced. In 2011 James Franco announced he would direct & co-star in a film based on the Sal Mineo biography. In the 1990s, he joined the Los Angeles Police Department as a technical Reserve Police Officer, a position he still holds today. From 1971 to 1979, Bobby Sherman was married to Patti Carnel. In 1988, Sherman began his career with the LAPD as a specialist officer, training police recruits in first aid, CPR, and other life savings techniques. At the height of his commercial success, Bobby Sherman recorded actively and toured worldwide to sold-out audiences until the mid 1970s when he retired from music to begin a new career as a paramedic and later a police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. He is the recipient of many awards for his humanitarian work, and he founded the Bobby Sherman Volunteer EMT Foundation which supplies volunteer EMTs to community events. The handsome pop star also co-starred in the comedy Western TV series, "Here Come The Brides," and made many other TV appearances over the years as either an actor or performer. On a personal note, the multitalented artist is a father of two sons whom he had with his first wife. Sherman was born to father Robert Cabot Sherman Sr. and mother Juanita "Nita" Sherman (née Freeman) in Santa Monica, California. Spouse/Ex-: Brigitte Sherman (m. 2011), Patti Carnel (m. 1971–1979), children: Christopher Sherman, Tyler Sherman, City: Los Angeles, Santa Monica, California, education: Birmingham High School, Pierce College, See the events in life of Bobby Sherman in Chronological Order.

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