My triplets grew up, left acting, and pursued military careers! Here is what they look like as adults!

The timeless family sitcom “My Three Sons” continues to hold a special place in the hearts of viewers, even long after it concluded. Let’s delve into the real-life journey of the triplets who portrayed Robbie Douglas’ children on the show.

Airing from 1960 to 1972, “My Three Sons” provided a unique take on family dynamics, deviating from the conventional nuclear family concept and leaving a lasting impact on its audience.

Tim Considine, who played Mike Douglas, the eldest son, departed from the series in its fifth season after questioning his father’s decisions.

Stanley Livingston portrayed the youngest son, experiencing the on-screen death of his father, while Don Grady took on the role of Robbie Douglas, who became a teenage parent to triplets in the series.

The real-life triplets, Joe, Dan, and Michael Todd, portrayed the on-screen roles of Robbie’s children from 1970 to 1972.

In a recent snapshot shared by actress Tina Cole on Facebook, the grown-up siblings looked unrecognizable yet handsome, bearing a striking resemblance to one another.

Their journey began when their grandmother responded to a newspaper ad seeking twins for “My Three Sons.”

The addition of a third character, the Todd brothers, proved fitting for a show with that title, selected not for individual talents but simply because they were siblings.

Post-“My Three Sons,” the triplets briefly ventured into commercials before making an appearance on “The Joan Rivers Show” in 1989. However, their entertainment industry careers were short-lived as they chose a different path—serving in the military.

Joining the Army became a defining decision for the triplets, with Joe serving for 20 years in the Army’s medic department and retiring in 2007. Their unique journey reflects the diverse paths taken by individuals, both on and off the screen.

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