Robert William Troup Jr. (born October 18, 1918 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) was a TV actor, singer-songwriter and musician who was best known for writing the song, “Route 66” and for his role as Dr. Joe Early in the 1970’s TV program, “Emergency.” His wife, Julie London also played a role in the same series. Bobby died on February 7, 1999 and his death was because of a heart attack. He died at age 80.
"[on wife Julie London] She is not a Julie London fan. She honestly doesn't realize how good she is. She's never really been a performer, she doesn't have that need to go out and please an audience and receive accolades. She's always been withdrawn, very introverted. She hated those big shows. I couldn't wait to do them, and she was only glad when they were over. (IMDB)"
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