When "The Brady Bunch" first premiered in 1969, it was one of the first shows to feature a stepfamily adjusting to the the highs and lows of a shared household. Sure, Mike Brady's wife had passed away -- so he wasn't a divorcé -- but the show illustrated that it was possible for two families to live together harmoniously and paved the way for future television shows featuring blended families (Think: "Step By Step" and "Modern Family").
The sitcom, which ended in 1974, has lived on in syndication and today, it could be getting a reboot with Vince Vaughn as executive producer. The new show will follow a divorced Bobby Brady, who now has children of his own, as he marries a divorced single mother.
Below, a look back at the stars of the original "Brady Bunch." Click through to see what they're doing today, then weigh in: Did "The Brady Bunch" change the way you viewed family when you were growing up?
Maureen McCormick as Marcia Brady
"Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" As played by Maureen McCormick, oldest sis Marcia Brady was popular, perky, loved The Monkees -- and famously took a <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k04Wv0fydvU" target="_hplink">stray football to her nose</a>. Ouch!
Maureen McCormick today
After the "Brady Bunch," McCormick appeared in a handful of low-budget movies and TV guests spots. She also recorded a <a href="http://www.amazon.com/When-You-Get-Little-Lonely/dp/B000008P0B" target="_hplink" target="_hplink">country album called "When You Get A Little Lonely" </a>in 1995. In her 2008 memoir, <a href="http://www.accesshollywood.com/maureen-mccormick-talks-past-drug-use-and-dating-michael-jackson_article_11682" target="_hplink">"Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice,"</a> the actress admitted to dealing with drug and depression issues.
Barry Williams as Greg Brady
Barry Williams played older brother Greg, the self-confident spokesman of the kids and an aspiring singer.
Barry Williams today
Besides running his blog,<a href="http://www.barrywilliams.com/" target="_hplink">"The Greg Brady Project," </a>Williams has starred in a number of made-for-television films, including "Big Foot," where he and fellow '70s teen star <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1876261/" target="_hplink">Danny Bonaduce hunt down the legendary creature</a>. In late 2011, the actor launched a variety show at the Yakov Smirnoff theater in Branson, Missouri, which showcases him <a href="http://gawker.com/barry-williams/" target="_hplink">singing along with clips, videos, and anecdotes</a> from his time on "The Brady Bunch."
Eve Plumb as Jan Brady
Eva Plum played Jan, the middle sister who was perpetually jealous of older sister Marcia.
Eve Plumb today
After "The Brady Bunch," Plumb continued to act, but she also tried her hand at oil painting. She's painted now for over two decades and her work has appeared <a href="http://eveplumb.tv/news.html" target="_hplink">in a number of galleries</a>.
Christopher Knight as Peter Brady
Christopher Knight played the clumsy, self-doubting middle brother, Peter.
Christopher Knight today
After "The Brady Bunch," Knight worked in the computer industry. He co-founded and supervised various companies, including Eskape Labs. Knight found himself back in the television spotlight in 2005 when he <a href="http://www.vh1.com/shows/my_fair_brady/season_1/series.jhtml" target="_hplink">married and starred in a reality show with Adrianne Curry,</a> an "America's Next Top Model" winner. The pair split in May 2011 on the fifth anniversary of their wedding.
Susan Olsen as Cindy Brady
Susan Olsen played pingtailed youngest sister Cindy, a little girl who just couldn't keep a secret.
Susan Olsen today
When "The Brady Bunch" ended, <a href="http://susanolsen.tv/Susan_Olsen_Bio.html" target="_hplink">Olsen continued acting -- but <em>not</em> in porn films, even if a <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/WolfFiles/story?id=92919&page=1#.UDwA0hrLyRk" target="_hplink">persistent urban legend</a> suggests otherwise. She also worked as a radio host</a> and dabbled in graphic design. In September 2010, Olsen took a <a href="http://insidetv.ew.com/2010/07/23/susan-olsen-to-appear-on-the-young-and-the-restless/" target="_hplink">guest spot on the soap "The Young and the Restless,"</a> playing a pre-school owner. The next year, she told her tale of dealing with a <a href="http://www.biography.com/tv/celebrity-ghost-stories/episodes/43-susan-olsen-rita-coolidge-fairuza-balk-enrico-colantoni" target="_hplink">jealous spirit on an episode of "Celebrity Ghost Stories."</a>
Mike Lookinland as Bobby Brady
Mike Lookinland played the youngest Brady brother, Bobby, a school safety monitor with football-playing dreams.
Mike Lookinland today
Lookinland has acted in a handful of films since the show wrapped and worked <a href="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0519654/bio" target="_hplink">as a cameraman on a number of TV and film productions</a>, including the WB series "Everwood."
Florence Henderson as Carol
Florence Henderson played family matriarch Carol Brady, a stay-at-home mother who gained three stepsons when she married quintessential family man, Mike Brady (played by actor Robert Reed, who<a href="http://www.biography.com/people/robert-reed-9542422" target="_hplink"> died of colon cancer in 1992</a>).
Florence Henderson now
Perhaps the cast member to enjoy the most post-"Brady Bunch" success, Henderson has recently appeared on <a href="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001341/" target="_hplink">"The Cleveland Show" and "Dancing with the Stars"</a>. In 2011, she released an autobiography,