Maureen McCormick (b. 1956)
The one, the only, the Marcia Brady, The Brady Bunch.
Another Celebrity Fit Club member.
Rumored to be revealing an affair with TV sister Eve Plumb, Jan to McCormick's Marcia, in forthcoming autobiography, Here's the Story; publisher William Morrow denied the reports (2007).
Told CNN she wasn't fond of Fit Club costar Dustin Diamond: "He really just had two personalities, the one you saw when we were taping and a whole different side when the cameras were off." (2007).
In run-up to Fit Club, entertained the interview circuit with tales of past bulimia and cocaine use--tales that will be told, at length, in Here's the Story.
Reprised Marcia Brady self in 1977's The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, 1981's The Brady Brides and 1988's A Very Brady Christmas, but not in 1990's The Bradys.
Has cited 1972's "The Show Must Go On," featuring a duet by her and TV mom Florence Henderson, as her favorite Brady episode.
Has released country-rock and pop albums, including 1995's When You Get a Little Bit Lonely and 1973's Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick, featuring her and TV brother Christopher Knight.
Declined an invite to Knight's made-for-TV wedding to model Adrianne Curry (2006).
Was the voice who made the Chatty Cathy doll of the 1960s so darn chatty.
Married, with one kid.
The Brady Bunch Hour
Jump the Shark: The Brady Bunch
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