Robert Wilkie Burgess, famously known as Bobby, is an American singer and dancer. He was one of the original Mousketeers, the Walt Disney production television show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996. Bobby was a regular on the Lawrence Welk Show, an American televised musical variety show hosted by big band leader Lawrence Welk.
This article will take you through everything you need to know about Bobby Burgess.
Bobby Burgess Early Life:
Bobby Burgess was born and raised in Long Beach, California, united states.
Bobby Burgess Education:
Bobby Burgess Family:
Bobby was the second child of four children born to Janie Burgess, a homemaker and Bill Burgess, a meat cutter. The names of his siblings are under wraps, and not much is known about them.
Bobby Burgess Zodiac Sign:
Bobby is a Taurus now that he was born on May 19, 1941. He is 81 years old at the moment. His birthstone is emerald which is symbolic of success and love. His birth flower is the lily of the valley flower. Taurus is believed to have great physical strength and mental capabilities.
Bobby Burgess Physical Stats:
Bobby stands at the height of 5 ft 8 inches and weighs 65 kilograms. He needs to keep a fit physique due to his dancing career. He is strong in physical appearance.
Bobby Burgess Relationship Status:
Bobby has been happily married to Kristie Floren since the 1971 valentines day. They now have four children, Robert, Becki, Wendi and Brenton. They have also been gifted with five grandchildren whose names remain anonymous. The kids and grandchildren have become wonderful dancers and work together in Burgress Cotillion.
Bobby Burgess Net Worth:
Bobby burgess’s net worth is estimated to be 2.5 million dollars. Most of his income comes from his singing career and is currently fueled by the Burgress Cotillion, his dance studio, where he offers music and dance classes. This net worth has been drawn only from his public sources.
Bobby Burgess Career:
In 1955, when Burgess was fourteen years old, Walt Disney gave him a place to be one of the original Mouseketeers in the Mickey Mouse Club. After he was done with the Mouseketeer, he went back to high school and then went on to Long Beach State University.
While he was schooling in college, he and his dance partner opted in a contest and won the first prize, which was an appearance on The Lawrence Welk Show. He became a familiar part of the show from that time until the show ended late in 1989. He appeared in a quite number of Disney television programs and specials, including: “The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic”, “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color,” “Walt: The Man Behind the Myth,” The Andy Williams Show,”; as well as “Dinah’s Place.” and “The Donna Reed Show,” He has continued to dance his entire life and owns a dance studio in the Los Angeles area. He lives and runs the Studio City with his wife, whom he met while making appearances on The Lawrence Welk Show. She is the known daughter of the show’s accordionist.
Bobby Burgess Social Media Handles:
The veteran singer and dancer’s social media handles are under wraps. It is not clear if he has no social media accounts at all or if he is just trying to live a private life. Only we found his Facebook page Bobby Burgess Cotillion where he and his team handle the dance programs or dance shows.