Bobby Driscoll

Driscoll in 1950 Robert Cletus Driscoll (March 3, 1937 – March 30, 1968) was an American actor known for his film and television performances from 1943 to 1960. He starred in some of the Walt Disney Studios' best-known live-action pictures of that period: ''Song of the South'' (1946), ''So Dear to My Heart'' (1949), and ''Treasure Island'' (1950), as well as RKO's ''The Window'' (1949). He served as the animation model and provided the voice for the title role in ''Peter Pan'' (1953). He received an Academy Juvenile Award for outstanding performances in ''So Dear to My Heart'' and ''The Window''.

In the mid-1950s, Driscoll's acting career began to decline, and he turned primarily to guest appearances on anthology TV series. He became addicted to narcotics, and was sentenced to prison for illicit drug use. After his release, he focused his attention on the ''avant-garde'' art scene. In ill health from his substance abuse, and with his funds depleted, his body was discovered on March 30, 1968, in an abandoned building in the East Village of Manhattan. Provided by Wikipedia
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