Bob Sweeney

Bob Sweeney's Death

Born (Birthday) October 19, 1918

Death Date June 7, 1992

Age of Death 73 years

Cause of Death Cancer

Profession TV Actor

The TV actor Bob Sweeney died at the age of 73. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Three time Emmy Award nominee for his directing and producing work on the series Hawaii Five-O and The Love Boat. He also had a supporting role in My Favorite Husband and appeared on The Rifleman.

Starting as a radio entertainer in 1944, he partnered with Hal March for the CBS radio show Sweeney and March Show and remained in that position until 1948.

He was the star of the series The Brothers and later Fibber McGee and Molly.

Personal Life

He had a daughter named Bridget with his wife Bev.

He appeared in the Alfred Hitchcock directed film Marnie as Cousin Bob.

How did Bob Sweeney die?

Sweeney died of cancer in Westlake Village, California, on June 7, 1992.