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Overview (3)

Born in Toledo, Ohio, USA
Died in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, USA
Birth NameRobert Ellsworth O'Brady

Mini Bio (1)

Pat Brady was born on December 31, 1914 in Toledo, Ohio, USA as Robert Ellsworth O'Brady. He was an actor, known for Man from Music Mountain (1943), The Roy Rogers Show (1951) and The Golden Stallion (1949). He was married to Carol and Fayetta. He died on February 27, 1972 in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, USA.

Spouse (2)

Fayetta (1938 - ?)
Carol (? - 1972) ( separated)

Trivia (7)

Was a regular on The Roy Rogers Show (1951). He drove a jeep he named Nellybelle.
Played the bass fiddle with The Sons of the Pioneers.
Was interviewed for the army show The Big Picture (1950). The episode was "Battle of the Bulge".
During World War II he served in the US Army as a tank crewman in the 4th Armored Division, a unit of Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army.
The Sons of the Pioneers were awarded a star on the Hollywood (California) Walk of Fame for Recording. The star is at at 6843 Hollywood Blvd.
Began on stage at the age of four, accompanying his parents in a performance of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch".
Spotted by Roy Rogers (who was still Leonard Slye at the time) while playing bass guitar in a band at a Sunset Beach nightclub.

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