Don Grady, most well known for his role as Robbie Douglas on the long-running sitcom "My Three Sons," has passed at the age of 68. He died in his home after a struggle with cancer, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Prior to his "My Three Sons" stint, Grady appeared on Disney's "Mickey Mouse Club," where he showed off his singing and dancing talents. He left for "Sons" at the age of 16.
"I think we did a good show," Grady said in a 2001 interview on CBS' "The Early Show." "It was a clean show. It was a fun show."
After the show ended, Grady would eventually turn to his love of music as he made the transition to a composer.
"Now it seems like I work a lot harder for less money," he told People 20 years ago, "but I'm doing what I really want to do."
by RTT Staff Writer
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