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Also Known As: Died:
Born: November 4, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, CA Profession: actor, singer

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Bobby Breen became an actor when he was just nine years old. Breen's career beginnings included film roles in "Let's Sing Again" (1936), "Rainbow on the River" (1936) and "Make a Wish" (1937). Breen next focused his career on film, appearing in "Breaking the Ice" (1938), "Hawaii Calls" (1938) and "Fisherman's Wharf" (1939). He also appeared in "Way Down South" (1939). Later in his career, Breen acted in the musical "Johnny Doughboy" (1942) with Jane Withers. Breen was married to Audrey Scharf.

Bobby Breen became an actor when he was just nine years old. Breen's career beginnings included film roles in "Let's Sing Again" (1936), "Rainbow on the River" (1936) and "Make a Wish" (1937). Breen next focused his career on film, appearing in "Breaking the Ice" (1938), "Hawaii Calls" (1938) and "Fisherman's Wharf" (1939). He also appeared in "Way Down South" (1939). Later in his career, Breen acted in the musical "Johnny Doughboy" (1942) with Jane Withers. Breen was married to Audrey Scharf.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Johnny Doughboy (1942) Bobby
2.
 Escape to Paradise (1939) Roberto
3.
 Fisherman's Wharf (1939) Tony Roma
4.
 Way Down South (1939) Timothy Reid, Jr.
5.
 Hawaii Calls (1938) Billy Coulter
6.
 Breaking the Ice (1938) Tommy Martin
7.
 Make a Wish (1937) Chip [Winters]
8.
 Let's Sing Again (1936) Billy Gordon
9.
 Rainbow on the River (1936) Philip [Ainsworth]
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1934:
Pro singing debut
1936:
First film as actor

Education

University of California at Los Angeles: Los Angeles , California -
American Academy of Dramatic Arts: New York , New York -

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wife:
Audrey Scharf.

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