BOBBY BREEN BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:
Bobby Breen was born on November 4th, 1927 in Toronto, Ontario in Canada. By the age of four he was already involved in the entertainment industry making his singing debut in a night club. Soon, Breen was also heard on the radio and was a well known Soprano singer.
Soon he was also performing in vaudeville and after gaining a decent amount of popularity and stardom he decided to relocate to Hollywood in 1935 and take a chance at the film industry. Throughout his career as a child actor, he appeared in a total of nine films such as, "Let's Sing Again" (1936), "Rainbow on the River" (1936), "Make a Wish" (1937) and "Johnny Doughboy" (1942).
As his career progressed, he decided to return back to what he enjoyed doing most live entertainment. Therefore, after a total of nine films only, Breen turned his focus to night clubs and also did some stock theater. He also did do some recording for a Motown label where he was given the chance to sing two singles.
As Bobby grew past his teen years and became an adult, he turned his focus towards opening a talent agency in Tamarac Florida called, Bobby Breen Enterprises. He has been married three times and now remains living in Florida operating his agency.
1942 Johnny Doughboy
1939 Escape to Paradise
1939 Way Down South
1939 Fisherman's Wharf
1938 Breaking the Ice
1938 Hawaii Calls
1937 Make a Wish
1936 Rainbow on the River
1936 Let's Sing Again