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 Don Grady

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Don Grady Famous memorial

Original Name
Agrati
Birth
San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA
Death
27 Jun 2012 (aged 68)
Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, California, USA
Burial
Westlake Village, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Memorial ID
92700100 View Source

Actor, Musician. Born Don Louis Agrati, he is best remembered both as an original Mouseketeer, and as Robbie Douglas from "My Three Sons." After his stint on "The Mickey Mouse Club," he appeared on "The Restless Gun," "Wagon Train," "The Eleventh Hour," and "The Rifleman" before being cast as the middle brother on "My Three Sons." Later on, he became the confident elder brother with the departure of Mike (Tim Considine), and the adoption of Ernie (Barry Livingston), who became the new third son. On several episodes of the popular series, he appeared with his own band, "The Greefs," and was the drummer for "The Yellow Balloon," whose self-titled song became a minor hit during 1967. After the series ended in 1972, he continued with his music career where his works included the soundtrack for the Blake Edwards film "Switch" as well as composing the theme song for "The Phil Donahue Show." Grady died at his home after a four-year battle with bone cancer.

Actor, Musician. Born Don Louis Agrati, he is best remembered both as an original Mouseketeer, and as Robbie Douglas from "My Three Sons." After his stint on "The Mickey Mouse Club," he appeared on "The Restless Gun," "Wagon Train," "The Eleventh Hour," and "The Rifleman" before being cast as the middle brother on "My Three Sons." Later on, he became the confident elder brother with the departure of Mike (Tim Considine), and the adoption of Ernie (Barry Livingston), who became the new third son. On several episodes of the popular series, he appeared with his own band, "The Greefs," and was the drummer for "The Yellow Balloon," whose self-titled song became a minor hit during 1967. After the series ended in 1972, he continued with his music career where his works included the soundtrack for the Blake Edwards film "Switch" as well as composing the theme song for "The Phil Donahue Show." Grady died at his home after a four-year battle with bone cancer.

Bio by: Louis du Mort


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  • Maintained by: Find a Grave
  • Originally Created by: Louis du Mort
  • Added: 27 Jun 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 92700100
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/92700100/don-grady: accessed ), memorial page for Don Grady (8 Jun 1944–27 Jun 2012), Find a Grave Memorial ID 92700100, citing Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park, Westlake Village, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Maintained by Find a Grave.