Graff is a captain in The Polish Boy, since that is relatively low rank, and because (at least in the US military) everyone is pretty much guaranteed to achieve that rank within 4 years of service, he could be in his mid-twenties or younger.
"If we have more time before we need our commander," she said, "then do we have time for him to marry and have children and then the children grow up enough to be the right age?"
"Just barely, yes. We have just barely enough time. If he marries young. If he marries somebody who is very, very brilliant so the gene mix is good." - First Meetings, The Polish Boy (last page).
John Wiggin is a senior in college when he meets Theresa, so probably 20 or 21, and pretty soon after marries her, then is approached by Graff to conceive Peter. When Peter is 10, Valentine is 8, and Ender is 6 (the age he goes to Battle School), that means he'd be around 28-30 years older when Ender is recruited.
So call it 55 at the young end, or maybe 60 if he was a little older before he made captain. I can't find any mention of his physical appearance in Ender's Game, other than he gained a lot of weight during Ender's training, and then subsequently lost it after the war.
Ender leaves to be governor of a colony when he is 13 (making Graff 62-67 years old). It is a 40 year voyage (Earth time).
"Doesn't matter," said Graff. "I'll be dead before you get to your destination."- Ender in Exile, ch 4.
So Graff isn't expecting to live another 40 years. Incidentally thanks to him taking breaks in a sleeping pod, he ultimately does live long enough for Ender to arrive at the first colony.