Who Was Tim Considine?

ACTOR Tim Considine died on Thursday, March 4th at his home in Los Angeles.

Considine became a household name in the 1960s for his role on the popular sitcom My Three Sons.

Tim Considine, 81, died March 4, 2022

Who Was Tim Considine?

Born in Los Angeles, California in 1940, Tim Considine had show business in his blood.

His father, John Considine Jr., was an Oscar-nominated film producer and his mother, Carmen Pantages, was the daughter of Alexander Pantages, a Greek-American film producer.

Considine made his name in the acting business when he became a cast member for The Mickey Mouse Club in the 1950s.

During this time he played Frank Hardy in a Hardy Boys series and Spin Evans in The Adventures of Spin and Marty.

He later had a cameo in the 2000 TV movie reboot of The Adventures of Spin and Marty.

But Considine’s fame came in 1960 on the hit sitcom My Three Sons, in which he portrayed a widowed father raising his sons with the help of his father-in-law and the boys’ great-uncle.

He retired from My Three Sons after 12 years, with season five marking his final appearance on the show.

He spent his retirement writing and perfecting his photography, eventually publishing The Photographic Dictionary of Soccer (1979), The Language of Sport (1982), and American Grand Prix Racing: A Century of Drivers and Cars (1997).

How did Tim Considine die?

Tim Considine died at his Los Angeles home in Mar Vista, his son Christopher, The Hollywood Reporter said.

Stanley Livingston, who played Chip Douglas opposite Considine in My Three Sons, confirmed his former co-star’s death via a Facebook post.

“I just want to say how sad I am to learn that my lifelong friend and surrogate brother TIM CONSIDIN passed away yesterday,” Livingston wrote.

“On screen, Tim also played my older brother MIKE in MY THREE SONS.

“Tim and I have been friends for over 70 years. Our hearts go out to his wife Willie and son Christopher – and the entire Considine family.

“Tim went HIS WAY through life! He will be missed by everyone who knew him. I love you brother… RIP!”

Considine is survived by his wife Willette, son Christopher, two grandchildren, sister Erin, and brother John Considine.

Tim Considine retired from show business in the 1970s

What did Tim Considine do in retirement?

Tim Considine was a man of many passions, but his greatest joy later in life was working on cars with former child actor and industrial engineer David Stollery.

However, her affinity for the mechanics of vehicles began decades ago as a child actor on the set of Her 12 Men in 1953.

Stollery and Considine sat down with the Los Angeles Times in 1995 to talk about how their unlikely friendship began.

“I was a shy kid,” Considine told the new outlet, saying he was intimidated by the other child actors. “…They were all very animated and jumping around and stuff. David was kind of quiet, but we understood each other. We had similar interests: cars and girls, and back then it was a lot more cars than girls.”

Years later, in 2018, Considine told Boomers Magazine that he and Stollery found fun with cars because “we’re both crazy about cars.”

Discussing the diversity of his life and the relationships he’s forged not only with Stollery but also with former My Three Sons co-star Stanley Livingston, Considine said, “I’m lucky to have been part of Sons being and having worked with people I still love.

“At different times in my life I wanted to do different things — and I did.”

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