BOBBY DIAMOND BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:
Bobby Diamond was born on August 23rd, 1943 in Los Angeles California with the birth name Robert Leroy Diamond. Today he works in Los Angeles as a civil and criminal attorney, but as a child and young adult he was an actor.
His career began in 1955 when a talent scout spotted him and he was chosen to work on the television series, "Fury" (1955-1960), portraying the character, Joey Clark Newton who was an orphan.
When this series ended he continued working as an actor next appearing on NBC's comedy, "The Nanette Fabray Show" (1961) followed by seven episodes on CBS's, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1962-1963).
Even though he was a working child actor, he still earned his High School diploma from Ulysses S. Grant High School in 1964 and even went on to get a college degree from California State University. His career proceeded with working his way up to passing the bar exam and working in Woodland Hills California today practicing law.
He did not neglect the entertainment industry completely as he has made a number of appearances on television and in films. Some of his film roles were in, "Airborne" (1962) and "Scream (1983). Over the years he has made dozens of television appearances on such series as, "The Fugitive", "The Loretta Young Show", "Wagon Train", "Mr. Ed" and "Lassie" to name a few.
He has two sons, Robert and Jesse from his ex wife, Tara Parker. He currently resides in Los Angeles and continues to take the occasional acting role as well as practice law.
1967 The Fugitive: The Savage Street
1966 The F.B.I.: List for a Firing Squad
1965 The Andy Griffith Show: Aunt Bee's Invisible Beau
1953 The Silver Whip
1953 The Lady Wants Mink
1952 Young Man with Ideas