|Birth: ||May 12, 1934|
|Death: ||Aug. 26, 1969|
Los Angeles County
Actor, son of Robert John "Ross" and Madeline Byles. Bobby was a 1956 graduate of Northwestern State University and prominent in the theatre department and other organizations. He was president of Alphi Psi Omega, associate editor of NSU's yearbook, Potpourri. He was also in The Newman Club, an organization of Catholic Culture and Fellowship.
Bobby Byles was born on May 12, 1934 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He was an actor, known for The World: Color It Happy (1967), War Is Hell (1962) and Death Valley Days (1952). He died on August 26, 1969 in Hollywood, California, of a heart attack. Other shows Bobby had roles in were The Guns of Will Sonnett (1969), Breaking Point (1964), Dr. Kildare (1963), My Favorite Martian (1963)
NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE
Role In New Hollywood Movie
Bobby Byles, a 1956 Northwestern speech graduate, has recently completed a role in a motion picture in Hollywood for Mirish Brothers Productions.
The new movie is ""A Garden of Cucumbers" and stars Dick Van Dyke.
Byles, who has been in Hollywood for years playing roles in motion pictures and television, has appeared this year on TV programs "Bewitched." "The Rounders," '"Bonanza," and "Captain Nice."
In the summer of 1962 he returned to the College for a role in the play ""Pygmalion" with New York actress Eugenia Rawls presented at Hodges Gardens. It was the first such production in a series presented at the Gardens.
Byles visited his mother. Mrs. Charles S. Maggio, in Natchitoches during the Christmas holidays.
Madeline B Maggio (1915 - 1973)
Created by: Scout Finch
Record added: May 29, 2012
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