Virginia Lewsader was the wife of Don Grady, an American actor, composer, and music. She is a mother of two children, Tessa Grady, and Joey Agrati. Her daughter Tessa Grady is an actress; some of her film credits include Comedy Whacked, Fosse, and The King of Queens, while her son Joey is in the music industry.
In her personal life, Virginia Lewsader married Don Grady, who she met in Disneyland in 1985, six years after he had divorced his first wife. The couple lived together for over 25 years till Don died in 2012. After the death of her husband, she did not remarry but instead spent time with her friends and two children. Virginia loved going out with friends to watch games, and she seems to be a Dodgers fan since she has attended several of their games.
Virginia organized a fundraiser for her daughter’s baby shower. She targeted to raise five thousand dollars, which she surpassed, having raised over five thousand six hundred dollars. Tessa was living in a foreign country outside of the US, and she thought it was wise to hold a fundraiser and send her the money instead of sending a package of expensive presents and baby clothes.
She is now a grandmother through her daughter Tessa Grady. Her grandson, William Don Geenan, was born on September 26, 2022.
Education and Career
Virginia Lewsader is an educated person. On her Facebook page, she notes that she studied at Monte Vista High School and Musical Theater and dance at USIU. Virginia also studied at Ipec Coaching to become a life coach.
Virginia Lewsader has not revealed much about her career details, but she is a former Director and choreographer of Cabrillo Kids & Cabrillo Teen Project at Cabrillo Music Theatre. She was a Life Coach at I am a Life Coach, but it is unclear if she is still working there.
Don Grady started acting at a young age. He is known by most people for his role in the series, My Three Sons and as one of the Mickey Mouse Mouseketeers. Virginia’s husband’s other film and television credits include Mr. Novak, The Eleventh Hour, The Restless Gun, Wagon Train, The Rifleman, and Buckskin.
After starring in My Three Sons as Robbie Douglas for eleven years, Don Grady decided to pursue a music career. The theme song for The Phil Donahue Show was one of Don’s music works. His other music works include the comedy film Switch, and he was on a Las Vegas multimedia stage show alongside David Cassidy, Rick Springfield, Michael Crawford, and Tommy Tune.
Virginia Lewsader’s husband released his first album titled Boomer in 2008. Don died on June 27, 2012, aged 68, of myeloma and was interred at the Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park.
Virginia Lewsader is active on social media, particularly on Instagram; she has 343 followers, follows 22, and has posted 25 times. Most of Virginia Lewsader’s Instagram posts are pictures of her family and friends and those of hers. Virginia also has a Facebook account, but she is not on Twitter.