RIP Robert Sherman
March 6, 2012 by staff
RIP Robert Sherman, Sherman’s son Jeff Sherman late Monday announced the death of the 86-year-old on his Facebook page. However, the cause of his death was not known. Sherman was born in New York Dec. 19, 1925. As a child, he learned to play violin and piano, and he used to write poems. When he was in high school, Sherman started writing and producing radio and stage programs.
At the age of the 16, he wrote “Armistice and Dedication Day,” a stage play focused on contemporary 1940s’ Americans that showed how their lives were changed following the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Sherman and his brother Richard Sherman, together known as The Sherman Brothers, received the star on the Hollywood “Walk of Fame” in 1976.
Sherman earned nine Oscars nominations and four Grammy nominations. He won two Grammys.
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