Bobby was born and raised in Kirkby in Liverpool, he is 3rd and last born child to Angela and Andrew Schofield. Bobby comes from a successful family of actors and musicians, following in the footsteps of his Dad Andrew Schofield, sister Jess Schofield and cousin Brookside Actor, David Hart. Bobby attended All Saints Catholic High School in Kirkby and did a wide range of amateur productions when he was younger, aiming to get as much experience under his belt as possible. Bobby’s first professional production was in the stage production of ‘What was it like in the war, Nan?’ written by Dave Kirby when he was cast as the role of young Alfie, an evacuee. Bobby was a member of The Everyman Youth Theatre and attended The City of Liverpool College where he did Performing Arts and Musical Theatre. In 2012 Bobby auditioned for the lead role in a feature film, which is where he met Joanna Aicher of Talent Agency, Bananafish Management. It was after the chance meeting that Bobby’s career took off as he was immediately cast as the lead role of ‘Billy’ in the gripping stage production of ‘Tony Teardrop’ written by Esther Wilson.