Quite frankly, the name Virginia Lewsader became a household name when Virginia found a husband in a great man like Don Grady. The couple stayed married till the dead of Don Grady welcoming two (2) children during their marriage. Now she is well known as being the widow of Don Grady.
Virginia Lewsader Bio
Virginia Lewsader also known as Ginny, is a native of the United States of America. She seem like a very private person, and has done everything possible to keep her personal information away from the public.
Virginia Lewsader and Don Grady marriage
Virginia and Don got hitched in the year 1985 having met at Disneyland. During their marriage, they conceived two children named Tessa Grady and Joey Agrati. She and Grady were married for twenty-six years give or take before he passed away leaving behind his 2 children and wife.
The couple first met at program at the Disneyland. From there, they started dating which eventually led to marriage in 1985. Virginia was also known as Virginia ”Ginny” Lewsader.
Virginia was the second wife of Don. Don’s maiden marriage was to Julie Boonisar and ended in a divorce in 1979. The duo had no children together. Don married Ginny five years later.
Before Virginia and Grady got together, after the latter’s marriage to his first wife Julie Boonisar failed. Grady and Julie did not have any children together.
DEATH OF HER HUSBAND
Don Grady died of myeloma, a form of cancer at the age of 68 in Thousand Oaks, California, and is interred at the Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park.
Virginia Lewsader Husband
Virginia Lewsader’s deceased husband American Actor Don Grady was born Donald Louis Agrati on 8th June, 1944 in San Francisco, California, also in the United States of America. He is most remembered for My Three Sons. His zodiac sign is Gemini. He was the son of Mary B. (maiden name Castellino), a talent agent, and Lou Anthony Agrati, his father, who was a sausage maker. He grew up in Lafayette, California. Years later, was signed by the famous Walt Disney and left the area. He graduated from Burbank High School in 1962.
He had a sister named Lanita who later also became an actress known professionally as Lani O’Grady. For a while during the run one of his series, he attended Los Angeles City College.
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Don Grady, Virginia Lewsader’s husband was recognized as one of the Mickey Mouse Mouseketeers and as Robbie Douglas on the long-running ABC / CBS television series “My Three Sons.” And while he was on My Three Sons, he also appeared in the NBC medical drama, The Eleventh Hour, and The F.B.I. (Season 6, Episode 11) as well as two episodes of the NBC education drama, Mr. Novak, starring famous James Franciscus.
Grady appeared in two episodes of CBS’s Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theatre, playing opposite Joan Crawford and Dick Powell when he was 15 years in December 1959. In “Rebel Ranger”, he acted as Rob Faring, the young son of Crawford’s character, Stella Faring, a Confederate widow who tries to reclaim her former home and Rob’s birthplace from the Unionist owner, Cass Taggart (played by Scott Forbes).
Virginia Lewsader’s husband is given credit for acting in numerous Western series including John Payne’s The Restless Gun, Have Gun – Will Travel, Buckskin, Wagon Train and The Rifleman, in which he played two roles in the second season. He portrayed Jeff, son of a barber that got into fights with Mark McCain (Lucas’ son). This episode was called “The Patsy” and originally aired September 29, 1959.
After My Three Sons
After leaving My Three Sons in 1971, Don decided to enter the musical industry, pursuing career in music, diverting from acting for a while. His works included 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 starring Michael Crawford, David Cassidy, Tommy Tune, and Rick Springfield. He starred in the national tour of Pippin and had roles in Godspell and Damn Yankees being a stage performer.
Virginia Lewsader husband, Grady released Boomer, his first original album as an artist since Homegrown was released by Elektra Records in 1973: JazRokPop, a collection of songs written for and about the baby boomers’ generation in the fall of 2008.