Don Grady | 'My Three Sons' star, 68


Don Grady, who played big brother Robbie Douglas on 1960s sitcom “My Three Sons,” died Wednesday (June 27) at the age of 68.

By Radar Staff Don Grady, who played handsome Robbie Douglas on My Three Sons, died at 68 Wednesday, RadarOnline.com has learned. Grady's co-star Barry Livingston told the AP the actor had been battling cancer,

The actor passed away Wednesday after a long battle with cancer.

When word came Wednesday of the death of Don Grady, who played Robbie Douglas on "My Three Sons," many a now-grown girl felt the sting of losing one of her childhood big-brother crushes. There was a period in the 1960s-1980s when big brothers

Don Grady, best known as Robbie Douglas on “My Three Sons,” died Wednesday of cancer. He was 68. In addition to being Ernie's big brother, Grady also was a Mousketeer, a musician and composer. (The Hollywood Reporter). Hanks and Ephron at the