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Don Grady, popular actor from the 1960s My Three Sons, has died at the age of 68.
According to TMZ, former co-star Billy Livingston posted a message for Grady on his Facebook page which reads, “My dear friend and TV brother Don Grady passed away today. He was an inspiration to me in so many ways." According to the report, Grady had long struggled with cancer.
Grady started off as an original Mouseketeer on Mickey Mouse Club at the age of 13, The Hollywood Reporter notes. From there, he became a regular on My Three Sons starring as Robbie Douglas for 11 years.
My Three Sons goes down as the second longest running TV series next to The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. Grady was not only a son but a musician on the popular Saturday night series. He played the clarinet and accordion. He also served as a composer for Switch in 1991 and also did the theme song for Phil Donahue Show which went on to play in the MGM Grand’s EFX stage show.
Grady is survived by his wife, Ginny, and his children, Joey and Tessa.