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- March 29, 2010
- Vol. 73
- No. 12
Peter Graves 1926-2010
On TV's Mission: Impossible He Played a Cool Superspy. But Offscreen He Stayed a Down-to-Earth Family Man
Born Peter Aurness in Minneapolis, Graves took his grandfather's last name so as not to be confused with his older brother, Gunsmoke star James Arness. Although he loved acting, family always came first. Indeed, he couldn't have scripted a better final day for himself: Before he died, Graves spent the morning having an early birthday brunch (he was to turn 84 on March 18) with his family. Says Barbara Rush, who played his wife on TV's 7th Heaven: "It's a great way for him to go, but we were just not prepared. We're going to miss him."
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