THEN AND NOW: The kids of ‘The Brady Bunch’ 50 years later
- InsiderThe cast of the beloved sitcom, “The Brady Bunch,” is reuniting once again for HGTV’s “A Very Brady Renovation.”
- The show will follow the epic renovation of the original “Brady Bunch” home in Los Angeles, and will premiere on Monday at 9 p.m. ET.
- See where the actors who played all six of the Brady kids are now.
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The cast of the beloved 1970s sitcom, “The Brady Bunch,” are coming together once again for HGTV’s “A Very Brady Renovation.”
Maureen McCormick, Barry Williams, Eve Plumb, Christopher Knight, Susan Olsen, and Mike Lookinland will all star on the fixer-upper show, which will unveil the astonishing renovation of the original Brady home in Los Angeles. They will also join forces with some of HGTV’s home experts, including “Property Brothers'” Jonathan and Drew Scott.
The series premieres on Monday at 9 p.m. EST.
Here’s what the child actors of “The Brady Bunch” have been up to, 50 years after the show premiered on ABC.
Maureen McCormick played the beautiful Marcia Brady, the eldest Brady daughter.
McCormick went on to appear in various other TV shows in the ’70s, including “Happy Days” and “The Love Boat.” She also reprised her role as Marcia with fellow cast members on several sequels and special editions of “The Brady Bunch,” such as the 1988 TV movie, “A Very Brady Christmas.”
McCormick also dabbled in music, and released one country album in 1995 called “ When You Get a Little Lonely.”
McCormick celebrated her 63rd birthday on August 5.
In the early 2000s, she began to appear in reality TV shows like VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club” and ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” She also wrote a memoir titled “Here’s the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice,” in which she revealed that she’d been battling with drug addiction and depression.
McCormick told Parade magazine that in addition to acting in independent movies, she’s been focusing on her family, longtime husband Michael Cummings and 30-year-old daughter Natalie Cummings.
Now, With “A Very Brady Renovation” on the way, McCormick is back on TV and was even a host on Food Network’s “Chopped.”