What was Tim Considine's net worth?

ACTOR, Tim Considine, was a household name in the 1960s.

The child star passed away on Thursday, March 4, at the age of 81.

What was Tim Considine's net worth?

Tim Considine's net worth was estimated to be around $5million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Considine's claim to fame came in the 1960's hit sitcom, My Three Sons.

The show told the story of a widowed father who raises his sons with the help of his father-in-law and the boys' great-uncle.

Considine played the oldest son, Mike.

After 12 years, Considine retired from My Three Sons with the fifth season marking his last appearance on the show.

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Who was Tim Considine?

Timothy Daniel Considine was born in Los Angeles, California in 1940.

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

Considine's first big role in the business was as a cast member of the Mickey Mouse Club in the 1950s.

He also played Frank Hardy in a Hardy Boys serial and Spin Evans in The Adventures of Spin and Marty.

He spent his retirement writing, perfecting his photography, spending his time working on cars with former child actor and industrial engineer, David Stollery.

What was Tim Considine's cause of death?

Considine passed away at the age of 81 in his Los Angeles home in Mar Vista, as reported by the The Hollywood Reporter.

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

Stanley Livingston who played Chip Douglas alongside Considine on My Three Sons took to Facebook to post a heart-warming tribute:

"Just want to say how sad I am to learn that my life-long friend and surrogate older brother, TIM CONSIDINE, passed away yesterday," Livingston wrote.

"Tim and I have been friends for more than 70 years…

"Tim went through life HIS WAY! He will be missed by all those who knew him. I love you Bro… RIP!"

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