Former 60s and 70s teen idol Bobby Sherman celebrates his 68th birthday,  so we decided to check up on him and see whatever happened to him.

Sherman became a teen sensation after appearing in the TV show,  Here Comes the Bride in 1970.

During Sherman's recording career he earned six gold singles, one platinum single,  and five gold albums.  He had a career total of seventop 40 hits.  In 1969, his first gold single,  "Little Woman",  became popular, peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart  (#2 in Canada) and spending nine weeks in the Top 20.

Other top hits included,  Julie, Do Ya Love Me? and Easy Come, Easy Go.

Today,  Sherman is retired from show business, and he serves the public as a sworn officer of the Los Angeles Police Department.  His Foundation supplies volunteer EMTs to community events.

During his off hours,  Sherman spends time with kids and grandkids.

You can check out his official website at