Don Grady, best remembered as "Robbie Douglas" on the long-running hit, "My Three Sons," considers himself "a musician who got lucky as an actor." His acting credits include several Western series, including John Payne's "The Restless Gun," Dick Powell's "Zane Grey Theater," "Wagon Train," and "The Rifleman," as well as the NBC medical drama, "The Eleventh Hour." Originally the frustrated middle brother on My Three Sons, he became the confident elder brother with the departure of Tim Considine's "Mike." After "My Three Sons," Grady pursued a musical career. His works include music for the Blake Edwards comedy film "Switch," the theme song for "The Phil Donahue Show" and for EFX, a Las Vegas multimedia stage show which starred Michael Crawford, David Cassidy, Tommy Tune and Rick Springfield. Don recently marked his 50th anniversary in show business, encompassing a career ranging from Mouseketeer to dramatic actor, sitcoms to musical theatre, and recording artist to composer… but it’s far from over! Don is currently writing and producing BOOMER, a series of CD's whose songs speak to the issues of his generation, baby boomers. ”I’m not hearing music on the radio that I want to hear, so I’m writing it myself.”
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