12 Facts About Tim Considine


Timothy Daniel Considine was an American actor, writer, photographer, and automotive historian.


Tim Considine was best known for his acting roles in the late 1950s and early 1960s.


Tim Considine had two siblings: John, who was an actor, and Erin.


Tim Considine made his film debut in 1953, co-starring with Red Skelton in The Clown, a remake of the 1931 movie The Champ.


Tim Considine appeared in the Disney show The Swamp Fox as Gabriel Marion, nephew of Francis Marion; in the Disney motion picture The Shaggy Dog; and as the eldest son, Mike Douglas, in the first years of the long-running television series My Three Sons, when it aired on ABC.


In 1957, Tim Considine played the role of Ted Nickerson in a television pilot made for CBS based on the popular Nancy Drew series of books by Carolyn Keene.


On December 31,1959, his 19th birthday and before the debut of My Three Sons, Tim Considine appeared as Jamie Frederick in the episode "Bound Boy" on CBS's Johnny Ringo western television series, starring Don Durant in the title role.


Tim Considine played young rebel Billy Penn in the Bonanza episode "The Reluctant Rebel", which aired on November 21,1965.


Tim Considine filled in for the late William Safire as writer of the "On Language" column in The New York Times Magazine.


Tim Considine later participated in the My Three Sons 50th-Anniversary Reunion at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on June 19,2010.


Tim Considine was a panelist at the event alongside most of the surviving cast members.


Tim Considine died on March 3,2022, at his home in Mar Vista, California.