billy gray then as bud
Actor Billy Gray is best known for his role as James “Bud” Anderson Jr.
in the television sitcom Father Knows Best. The show ran from October 3,  
1954 till May 23, 1960. It began on NBC-TV and concluded on CBS-TV.

billy gray now 

posted by Bob Karm in BIRTHDAY,HUMOR,TV and have Comments (21)

21 Responses to “BILLY GRAY BECAME 73 TODAY”

  1. susan says:

    Billy still looks great ! I watch him “Bud” everyday on retro tv!

  2. Andrea Flemmings says:

    Happy Birthday..Still looking good..Always Bud..We still watch the show everyday on Antenna TV.

  3. ron says:

    My favorite show when i was a kid. Been a fan of billy gray since i first saw him playing wesley in a movie with doris day and gordon macrae

  4. bruce says:

    Always enjoyed your roll in fathers knows best,When di u end your acting career

  5. bruce says:

    R u in touch at all with anone associated with the show?

  6. gin says:

    Hi Billy , I watch FKB everyday so warm and loving.. I am so amazed at your agility in the show.. You were unreal jumping thru the split door in the kitchen and so much more,, You really were in great shape and still are! You look greatttttt.. and one terrific actor..
    email me if you can [email protected].. Im 60 now was a kid when your shows were on ..My cousin is best friends with Paul Peterson and involved in “A Minor Consideration” Lots of good work done there! Take Care and hope to hear from you Billy! Thanks for the memories…Gin

  7. Cyndi R says:

    Hey Billy. You look great kid! I watch Father Knows Best all the time. You were fun to watch. I also like your roles when you were a kid in movies. I wish you much love and many more years of good health!

  8. Edie Frederick says:

    Thank you for still bringing laughter to my 93 year old mom and to 63 year old me. Love your inventive mind!

  9. Joanie says:

    Hey, Billy, loved watching you, and still do all the re-runs, never get tired of them. You look great Billy, would be great if you ever decide to come to Newnan, Georgia, I have overian cancer, but it wouldn’t stop me at all to give you a big ole hug, thanks for the memories

  10. mimi says:

    glad to see ur still around

  11. mimi says:

    watch the show all the time on antennta TV in nyc

  12. John D. says:

    Thank you Billy, been following you since you played with Doris Day and Gordon you made my head spin. Father knows best, boy could you jump and tumble. Not forget The Day The Earth Stood Still…What a movie. God Bless you Billy for all the joy you put in so many lives..

  13. charles kilby says:

    was 7 when FKB came on tv. In a way my generation grew up with a lot of tv family shows. The 1 episode that stirs in my mind is when Bud brings home a friend who unknown to him, was homeless. In the end it turned out as best the 50s could make it. As far as payments being deprived for their work 60+ years ago is a tragedy & I think this is what drove them to unfortunate circumstantces. Finally the girl who played Zelda in Dobie Gillis is a real person that turned acting as a way for her super career.

  14. Diana Bender says:

    Hi, watching Fathers Knows Best right know. You were always my favorite! I had a big crush on you, you still look great!

  15. Diana Bender says:

    still have a crush on you 🙂

  16. Ginger says:

    always loved your style!!… one cool dude … even now!!

  17. Virginia Piery says:

    I still like to watch reruns of Father Knows Best on antenna TV. Billy Gray still looks good!

    • Peggy says:

      I love Billy’s acting on Father Knows Best and still watch. I just wish Billy felt better about the show. I think it strove to always leave a moral of honesty, integrity, self discipline and family love

  18. Sherry says:

    I’m sorry I didn’t see this sooner! Love you Billy Gray! My 10 y/o GD has taking a liking to Bud On FKB – she thinks you are cute & charming! 🙂

  19. raymond says:

    Thankyou for still being involved You bring back such fond memories, You were the real American boy! Hang in there

  20. Regina says:

    FKB is one of my favorite shows of all time. I know Bill thinks it wasn’t true to the way life really was,but I for one watch TV to escape the real world somewhat. The show still shows a lot about how that era was,,just not the worst parts of it. And I bet in quite a few places (like the small town I grew up in) life was very similar to the show.

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