Bobby Fite

Bobby Fite

Bobby Fite is an American film and television actor. A professional child actor and model since the age of 12, he is best known for his recurring role as J.T. Martin on the popular 1980s NBC sitcom Silver Spoons, as well as for his feature film roles in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The Legend of Billie Jean, and Explorers.
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Actor, Model

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    THIRTIES
  • 2002
    Age 33
    In 2002, Fite began working as a home developer for American Home Remodeling L.C. As of 2011, Fite works as a sales consultant for the Pulte/Centex Corporation and is married to second wife Kristen Tucker-Pittman.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1996
    Age 27
    After leaving show business, Fite returned to Dallas, Texas and married Cynthia Hayden in 1996.
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  • 1994
    Age 25
    In September 1994, Fite appeared in what would be his final on-screen role in an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.
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  • 1992
    Age 23
    Throughout the rest of the 1980s, Fite worked behind the scenes on film sets, but did not appear on camera again until 1992, when he returned to acting with a small role in the suspense-thriller Fatal Charm.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1985
    Age 16
    In November 1985, Fite appeared in what would be his final starring role on the short-lived ABC mystery-suspense series Shadow Chasers.
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    In 1985, After finishing two seasons on Silver Spoons, Fite returned to the big screen with a role in the feature film Papa Was a Preacher.
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  • 1983
    Age 14
    Fite was a recurring guest-star on the series for two seasons, and in 1983, his portrayal earned him a Youth in Film Award (now known as the Young Artist Award) nomination as "Best Young Actor in a Comedy Series".
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    In January 1983, Fite landed a recurring role on the popular NBC comedy series Silver Spoons.
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  • 1982
    Age 13
    Premiering on NBC's Monday Night at the Movies in January 1982, but filmed when he was twelve years old, Fite portrayed Bill Adams, one of three sons to James Garner's character John Adams, an Oklahoma railroad man in the 1950s, whose job is threatened when plans are made to replace steam engines with diesels.
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    In 1982, Fite made his television debut with a co-starring role in the NBC movie-of-the-week, The Long Summer of George Adams.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1968
    Born
    Fite was born Robert Nelson Fite on October 22, 1968 in Dallas, Texas to parents Roselle and Robert Fite.
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