Marcia (Maureen McCormick) was the most popular Brady with her long blonde hair and pretty face — even when a football broke her nose. Maureen went on to write a tell-all about her life on the show and after struggles with drug addiction, etc.) and won Celebrity Fit Club in 2007 for her percentage weight loss.
Maureen McCormick To Co-Host her Own Home Design Series Called “Frozen In Time”
“Maureen McCormick of ‘Brady Bunch’ fame returns to HGTV to help overhaul homes that are stuck in a design time-warp in the new series “Frozen in Time” The series is set to debut in the Spring of 2020
“In HGTV’s new home renovation series” “A Very Brady Renovation’s” Maureen McCormick will overhaul homes that are stuck in a design time warp. In each episode, the structure will be brought up-to-date, and Maureen will source beautiful decade-specific pieces too give the home a refreshed look and a wink to its original era.”
For ” A Very Brady Renovation” which premiered in Sept., several “Brady Bunch” cast members returned to re-do the inside of the “Brady Bunch House” used in exterior shots for the classic sitcom in honor of its 50th anniversary, including Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy).
It appears that Maureen McCormick, the actress who played Marcia Brady on “The Brady Bunch” wasn’t the same character in real life. In her new memoir, “Here’s the Story,” McCormick discusses the many battles she faced with drug addiction, depression and sex.
From the Associated Press:
Fans of “The Brady Bunch” know Maureen McCormick as Marcia Brady, the wholesome older sister on the classic sitcom about a blended family. But in her new memoir, “Here’s the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice,” the actress writes of her romance with TV sibling Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady, dates with Michael Jackson and Steve Martin, and her many addictions.
Things became hot and heavy while McCormick and Williams were filming episodes in Hawaii.
“We couldn’t hold back any longer,” she writes in the book published by William Morrow. “It was our first kiss, and it was long…
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Greetings friends! In today’s Weekend Special, we review a book instead of an episode. Here’s the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice, as the title suggests, is an autobiography written by Maureen McCormick. The book was first published in October 2008 and found itself at number four on the New York Times Bestseller list. So, I was almost decade late getting around to reading the book. However, I am sure I am just one among many fans who had not ever read it. This review will offer a few facts about The Brady Bunch and Maureen McCormick. I am certainly no book reviewer though! If you have an interest in learning more about the lady who played Marcia Brady, I would encourage you to read Here’s the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice.
As more devout fans of The Brady Bunch know, several…
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At age seven, her first role was in a play, and within a year, was a popular choice for TV commercials and sitcoms. In addition to ads for Barbie and Kool Aid, Maureen was seen on Bewitched (1964), My Three Sons (1960) and Camp Runamuck (1965). She also did voice-over recordings for a dozen Mattel talking dolls. For five years, Maureen was one of America’s top teen role-models, admired by millions. When the Brady Kids became a singing group on the side, producers noticed her special talent for singing and encouraged the recording of a number of solo tracks, some of which turned up later on the LP “Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick”. Years later, she would attempt to revive her singing career, with the 1995 Country CD “When You Get A Little Lonely”. Maureen has appeared in many feature films, many TV guest spots and completed three films in the last three years, Baby Huey’s Great Easter Adventure (1999) and The Million Dollar Kid (2000) and Dogtown (1997).
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I recently purchased 2 spots of the 2008 Donruss Americana Celebrity Cuts, In the upcoming product break this month. 1 pack per box. Six cards per pack.
Some of the Autographs found could include Barbara Eden, Mark Hamill, Buzz Aldrin, Mickey Rooney, Christina Applegate, Quentin Tarentino, Debbie Reynolds, Randy Couture, Esther Williams, Ricardo Montalban, Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Jerry Lewis, Shirley Jones, John Wooden, Stan Musial, Larry Bird, Tony Curtis, Larry Hagman, and Wayne Newton
– 2 autograph or memorabilia(10 out of the 15 boxes will contain autographs)
– 3 commons or parallels
– 1 insert