Viewers still have a special place in their hearts for the beloved family sitcom “My Three Sons,” despite the fact that it ended many years ago. Let’s examine the real-life triplets that portrayed Robbie Douglas’ children in the after-show excursion.
“My Three Sons” aired for twelve amazing seasons from 1960 to 1972, captivating audiences with the adventures of the Douglas Family. Even though the initiative went against the traditional understanding of the nuclear family, it had a big influence.
Tim Considine portrayed Mike Douglas, the eldest son who questioned his father’s decisions, before leaving in the fifth season.
Stanley Livingston portrayed the youngest son who watched his father die, and Don Grady portrayed Robbie Douglas, the adolescent dad of triplets in the series.
From 1970 to 1972, the triplets starred in motion pictures. A recent Facebook photo of Joe, Dan, and Michael Todd was shared by actress Tina Cole. Even though the brothers are grown and no longer known to one another, they nevertheless appear to be quite similar.
Their adventure began when their grandmother responded to a casting call for twins for the film “My Three Sons.” The idea of having a third character alongside the twins worked out nicely for the television program “My Three Sons.”
The Todd brothers weren’t picked for any specific reason other than that they were siblings.
The triplets dabbled with ads after the show and made an appearance on “The Joan Rivers Show” in 1989. Despite having a brief career in entertainment, their paths diverged to enlist in the military.
The Todd brothers’ decision to serve in the Army turned out to be crucial. After 20 years of service, Joe left the Army in 2007. He was a medic.
Michael was a combat engineer for a while before retiring and becoming a teacher. Dan completed his degree program, looked into entrepreneurship, and served for eight years.
The brothers’ military experiences gave them valuable life lessons, and they all succeeded in their post-military endeavors.
The 2009 reunion of the “My Three Sons” ensemble on “The Early Show” brought back funny chats and happy recollections of their time spent creating the well-known comedy.