“Daddy-loving” star Tim Concidin mourns for castmate Barry Livingston: “I miss him”

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Barry Livingston mourns the loss of his beloved castmate.

Tim Considin, who played his brother Mike Douglas in “I Love Daddy” in the 1960s, died on March 3 at the age of 81. According to Disney, the actor died at his home in Mar Vista, California.

The pair starred in the popular Sitcom, which aired from 1960 to 1972.

“Tim welcomed me to’Daddy Love’with the love of many big brothers. I took him to the ball game by riding his race car and writing some episodes where I was a star. “He went,” 68-year-old Livingston told Fox. News digital.

Livingston played Arnie Douglas, the youngest of three sons.


Former child actor Barry Livingston (left) mourns his “Daddy Love” co-star Tim Considin (right).
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“We were lifelong friends. I miss him,” he said.

Livingston’s brother Stanley, who starred in the series as Chip Douglas, had previously confirmed Concidin’s death on Facebook.

“I just want to say how sad I am, knowing that my lifelong friend and surrogate mother Tim Considin died yesterday,” wrote at the death of 71-year-old Considin. Her brother MIKE is “MY THREE SONS”. Tim and I have been friends for over 60 years. Our hearts are directed at his wife Willy, her son Christopher, and the entire family of Concidin. Tim walked his life. He will miss everyone who knows him. I love ya.

Considerine was born in Los Angeles as a show business family. His father, John Considerine Jr., was an Academy Award-nominated film producer, and his mother, Carmen, was the daughter of theater mogul Alexander Pantages.

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In 2006, Tim Considin was named Disney Legends for his contributions to the Disney company.

In 2006, Tim Considin was named Disney Legends for his contributions to the Disney company.
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Concidin played the role of the first movie at the age of 12 in 1953, co-starring with Red Skelton in “Clown”. A few years later, he starred on television in the short adventures of “Spin and Marty’s Adventure” and “The Hardy Boyz.” Serialized in “The Mickey Mouse Club”.

He starred with Fred MacMurray in the 1959 Disney movie The Shaggy Dog, and then starred with him in “My Three Sons” for five years before leaving the series.

In 2006, Concidin was named Disney Legends for his contributions to the Disney company.

Considin has also appeared in other television series and movies, perhaps most notably (but easily) as a soldier injured in the war slapped by General George S. Patton in the 1970 movie Patton. ..

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Part of the cast of the TV series

Part of the cast of the TV series “My Three Sons” around 1963. Clockwise, from left: Stanley Livingston, Tim Concidin (1940-2022), William Frawley (1887-1966), Don Grady (1944-2012), Fred MacMurray (1908-1991).
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A fan of auto racing, Concidin took pictures of motorsport, wrote it, and produced several books.

Concidin’s brother John played a role in several television dramas and was also an actor and screenwriter who co-wrote and co-starred in the 1978 Robert Altman movie “Wedding.”

Concidin is survived by his wife Willett, sister Erin, two sons, grandchildren Ethan and Tyler.

In 2021, Barry Livingston explained to Fox News Digital why he believed that “my three sons” were so successful at the time.

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Barry Livingston previously became Fox News Digital

Barry Livingston previously told Fox News Digital about the success of “My Three Sons.”
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“I think it’s a departure from the usual portrayal of American families in the late 1950s and early 1960s,” said the former child actor. “For shows like’Father Knows Best’, make sure your family is perfectly cared for. My wife wore a dress. My dad wore a cardigan sweater. The boy is very polite. It had a more “pleasant building” aspect than this.

“But in’My Three Sons’, it was a kind of dysfunctional family because there were no women at home,” he continued. McMurray played a widower. The children jumped over the railing. We cooked. The dog was sleeping on the sofa. I think the American public saw it and said, “Oh, it’s like us.” It’s a reality in terms of what the American family looked like in the early 1960s. “

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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