b. 26 January 1892, Denver, Colorado, USA, d. USA. Robertson’s rarly Broadway looks included See-Saw (1919), AN IDEAL Fool (1921), Daffy Dill (1922), with Irene Olsen, tunes by Herbert Stothart and Oscar Hammerstein II, Wildflower (1923), starring Edith Day time, music by Stothart and Vincent Youmans, and Track Of The Fire (1925). In the past due 20s, baritone Robertson hoped to business lead in Show Vessel but delays prompted him rather towards the Circus Princess (1927), by Emmerich Kálmán and Harry B. Smith, performing ‘But Who Cares?’, ‘Dear Eye That Haunt Me personally’, and, with Desiree Tabor, ‘The Blue Eye I Desire Of’. He is at Lovely Woman (1927) and White colored Lilacs (1928), music by Karl Hajos, publication and lyrics mainly by Smith. In the second option, Robertson performed Frédéric Chopin, performing ‘Motivation’, ‘White colored Lilacs’, a duet with Elegance Brinkley with lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan, and three duets with co-star Odette Myrtil, ‘Much Away And Very long Ago’, ‘Melodies IN MY Center’ and ‘Become Happy WITHIN YOUR Dreams’. He was in the pub Vocalist (1929), music by John Gilbert, Nicholas Kempner and Sam Timberg, lyrics by Graham John. Directed by Busby Berkeley, the display presented Queenie Smith, Cesar Romero and Andrew Tombes. Robertson co-starred with Ethelind Terry in Nina Rosa (1930), tunes by Sigmund Romberg and Irving Caesar, Marching By (1932), ALL OF THE Ruler’s Horses and THE FANTASTIC Waltz (both 1934). In the second option, music from the Strausses, lyrics by Desmond Carter, Robertson performed the part of Johann Strauss II. He sang duets with Marion Claire: ‘You Are My Tunes’, ‘Like WILL SEE You’ and ‘While YOU LIKE Me’. Robertson was also in Best IN THIS MANNER (1938), music by Brad Greene, lyrics by Marianne Dark brown Waters, performing their ‘Tune In The Evening’ as well as the name tune, both duets with Tamara. Also with Tamara he sang ‘I Appreciate JUST HOW We Fell In Appreciate’, an interpolated tune by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal. He also toured in displays such as Gorgeous Evening, Music In The Atmosphere, Crazy Violets, Salute To Springtime and Of Mice And Guys. In 1939 he was an upgraded cast member in Extremely Warm For Might, his last acknowledged Broadway present. On radio in the 30s, Robertson was the performing web host of Broadway Types. Rarely in movies, Robertson performed the name role in Ruler Kelly FROM THE U.S.A. (1934), co-starring with Irene Ware.