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Don Grady, an actor who was an original mouseketeer and star on 'My Three Sons,' died in Los Angeles on June 27 at the age of 68.
The actor's wife, Ginny, confirmed the news and said the actor died after battling cancer.
Grady began acting when he was 13 years old on 'The Mickey Mouse Club' in 1955. He also played Robbie Douglas on 'My Three Sons.' The series lasted from 1960 to 1972.
The actor also appeared in series such as 'The Rifleman,' 'The Lucy Show, 'Love, American Style' and 'The Restless Gun.'
Grady, who was born Don Louis Agrati on June 8, 1944, also started a career in music after 'My Three Sons' ended and released his debut album 'Homegrown' in 1973. Grady worked as a composer later in his career and wrote the theme song for 'The Phil Donahue Show.' In 2008 he released 'Boomer: JazRokPop.'
(Pictured: Don Grady appears with the cast of 'My Three Sons' in an undated photo from his website. / Don Grady appears in an undated photo from his website.)