Born: 18 December 1894, New York City, New York, USA
Died: 24 May 1976, Seal Beach, California, USA
Bobby Barber was a comical bit part actor. He was often to be found in Abbott and Costello films as a visual joke on account of his height and appearance. He also played a lot of waiters.
From Soup to Nuts (1930) as Revolutionary
Dodsworth (1936) as Italian taxi driver (uncredited)
Smartest Girl in Town (1936) as Hotel porter (uncredited)
Having Wonderful Time (1938) as Canteen bar tender (uncredited)
Stranger on the Third Floor (1940) as Giuseppe, the Italian grocer
Spring Parade (1940) as Waiter who spills tray (uncredited)
Second Chorus (1940) as Room service waiter (uncredited)
The Gay Falcon (1941) as Angelo (uncredited)
A Date with the Falcon (1942) as Short spectator (uncredited)
Wendy Barrie stands just behind Bobby to the right of the picture.
Powder Town (1942) as Waiter (uncredited)
The Falcon in Danger (1943) as Waiter (uncredited)
Cliff Clark, Edward Gargan, Tom Conway and Amelita Ward.
Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) as Saloon waiter (uncredited)
Practically Yours (1944) as Man on subway (uncredited)
I Walk Alone (1948) as Newsboy (uncredited)
Across the Wide Missouri (1951) as Gardipe (uncredited)
Abbott and Costello Lost in Alaska (1952) as Ship's cook (uncredited)
The Abbott and Costello Show: The Dentist Office (1952) (Season 1, Episode 2) as Man with overcoat (uncredited)
The Abbott and Costello Show: The Vacation (1952) (Season 1, Episode 4) as Man in pajamas (uncredited)
The Abbott and Costello Show: The Pigeon (1953) (Season 2, Episode 21) as Painter (uncredited)