How The Cast Of The Brady Bunch Has Aged (23 Photos)



Source: USA Today From 1969 to 1974, this beloved TV series aired across America. Over the course of the 5 seasons, this family grabbed ahold of our hearts. It was cancelled in 1974 unfortunately, but have you though about whatever may have happened to them?

MIKE BRADY (ROBERT REED)


Robert Reed played our favorite family man Mike Brady. Although, he is also known for work he did before the Brady’s, including roles in The Defenders and The Boy in the Plastic Bubble with John Travolta. Later, he became a drama teacher at the University of California in Los Angeles. Sadly, at age 59, he passed away from AIDS.

CAROL BRADY (FLORENCE HENDERSON)


Florence became famous for her role as Carol Brady, which lead her to become the first woman to co-host The Tonight Show. In 2008, she started her own show called The Florence Henderson Show. Additionally, she has had roles in The King of Queens, 30 Rock, and The Cleveland Show.

ANN B. DAVIS (ALICE NELSON)


Alice is most known for her quirky role as Ann, the house-keeper. Although, once the show ended, she quit show-biz altogether and became a born-again Christian.

JAN BRADY (EVE PLUMB)


Eve Plumb was asked to sign another five-year contract to play the role of Jan for The Brady Bunch reunion attempts, but declined. Instead, she took on roles such as a teen prostitute in Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway. Today, she is a critically acclaimed painter, located in Laguna Beach, California.

BOBBY BRADY (MIKE LOOKINLAND)


While Mike appeared back on numerous Brady Bunch reunions, he also took a liking for being behind the camera as a production assistant. Although, more recently he lives in Salt Lake City, where he operates a business that specializes in decorative concrete.

MARCIA BRADY (MAUREEN MCCORMICK)


Maureen struggled with drug addiction and body image issues once the show ended. She went on to marry Michael Cummings, attended rehab several times and finally released her only CD in 1995. More recently, she has on a handful of TV movies.

GREG BRADY (BARRY WILLIAMS)


Barry went on to guest-star in roles on General Hospital, Three’s Company, and That ’70s Show. He also delved into musical theater touring with Grease, West Side Story, and The Sound of Music.

CINDY BRADY (SUSAN OLSEN)


The youngest daughter, Susan, became a graphic designer once the show ended. Additionally, she also started her own company, Man in Space, where she created glow-in-the-dark Converse sneakers. More recently, she stars in her own talk show on KLSX Real Radio 97.1 called Ober and Olsen, with Ken Ober.

PETER BRADY (CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT)


Once the Brady Bunch show ended, Christopher decided to drop the show-biz act, and pursued a career in sales for a computer company called Martec. Today, you may recognize him in reality TV shows.

COUSIN OLIVER (ROBBIE RIST)


After playing cousin Oliver, Robbie found his niche in entertainment through producing music and doing voice-overs. Additionally, him and director Anthony C. Ferrante provided music for the Sharknado franchise.

ALLAN MELVIN (SAM FRANKLIN)


After The Brady Bunch, he devoted most of his time to cartoon voice-overs. Melvin died of cancer in 2008 at the age of 84.

RACHEL (HOPE JUBER)


Juber's father was Sherwood Schwartz, the show’s creator. After the show ended Juber stated that her father would sometimes use Juber’s personal life as inspiration for episodes, which she later revealed she didn’t like. Juber did go on, to write several Brady spin-off movies. She now writes screen plays and music.

GIRL (KIMBERLY BECK)


Although you may not remember “Girl on The Brady Bunch,” Beck went on to do some signature movies, including Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, Massacre at Central High, and Independence Day.

PAT CONWAY (RITA WILSON)


Since playing a cheerleader running against Marcia, Rita has starred in roles for Jingle All the Way, The Good Wife, Girls, and Sleepless in Seattle. Wilson is also currently married to Tom Hanks.

JOE NAMATH


Since the show, Joe went on to do a lot of TV and movies, taking roles in The A-Team, The Love Boat, and, most recently, Underdogs.

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