It's been 39 years since "The Brady Bunch" concluded its five-season run, but rerun heaven has kept the series very much alive, and the cast's frequent reunions have allowed them to stay within reach of the spotlight. But what exactly has this lovable clan been up to since their goofy sitcom said goodbye in 1974? Most of them have popped up in a variety of TV shows and movies, but a few others have taken decidedly more low-key paths. Here's the story of what one of television's most famous families is up to today.
Florence Henderson (Carol Brady)
Current age: 79
The only member of the "Brady Bunch" cast to retain her icon status, Henderson appeared on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2010. She currently hosts "The Florence Henderson Show," a daily talkfest on Retirement Living TV. Henderson also regularly pops up in guest-starring roles, including a gig on "Samantha Who?" that earned her an Emmy nomination. Her second husband died in 2002, and she has four children.
Robert Reed (Mike Brady)
Current age: Died 1992
Reed died in 1992 of HIV and colon cancer. After "The Brady Bunch" ended in 1974, he starred in a handful of television movies, series and stage productions, the most notable of which include the famous miniseries "Roots" and a role on the critically acclaimed but short-lived medical drama "Nurse."
Barry Williams (Greg Brady)
Current age: 58
Williams has flitted from one small project to the next since the show's close, with his most notable accomplishment being his 1992 New York Times best-selling autobiography "Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg." In 2001, he played manager Dean "The Machine" Strickland on "S Club 7 in Hollywood" and in 2010 joined '80s pop singer Tiffany in the Syfy cheese-fest "Mega Piranha." He currently hosts "The Real Greg Brady's Totally '70s Pop Quiz" on Sirius Satellite Radio and often performs cabaret. He has been married twice and has one son.
Maureen McCormick (Marcia Brady)
Current age: 56
Having recovered from her post-"Brady" drug issues, McCormick has made a run of the reality-TV circuit over the past several years. Her first appearance came in 2007 when she won the inaugural season of VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club," where she lost 34 pounds. That same year, she became the spokeswoman for Children International and appeared as a contestant on CMT's "Gone Country," where she competed against celebrities like Bobby Brown and Sisqo to become a country singer. She lost to Julio Iglesias Jr. but nabbed "Outsiders Inn," a CMT spin-off in which her mission to open a bed-and-breakfast is depicted. Her 2008 autobiography "Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice" debuted at No. 4 on the New York Times Best Seller List. She is married and has a daughter.
Christopher Knight (Peter Brady)
Current age: 55
Knight returned to the spotlight in 2005 when he participated in the fourth season of VH1 reality series "The Surreal Life." While on the show, he began dating fellow housemate and "America's Next Top Model" winner Adrianne Curry. The couple received a spin-off series, "My Fair Brady," that lasted three seasons. Currey and Knight divorced in 2011, and that same year Knight hosted the syndicated game show "Trivia Pursuit: America Plays."
Eve Plumb (Jan Brady)
Current age: 54
Plumb has laid low since her "Brady" departure, opting out of certain Brady-centric reunions, including the group's Pop Culture Award honor at the 2007 TV Land Awards. She has appeared in two New York stage productions, notably starring in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's "Love, Loss, and What I Wore." Plumb is also a successful painter whose work has appeared at galleries across the country. She has been married to her current husband since 1995.
Mike Lookinland (Bobby Brady)
Current age: 52
The most recent acting credit to Lookinland's name is an episode of the 1994 miniseries "The Stand," based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. That's about where this ends, aside from a 1997 arrest for drunk driving. He's been married since 1987 and has two sons.
Susan Olsen (Cindy Brady)
Current age: 51
True "Brady Bunch" fans may want to get their hands on Olsen's 2009 coffee-table book "Love to Love You Bradys," a piece of memorabilia devoted to the universally panned "Brady Bunch Variety Hour." Aside from that, Olsen has been an animal-rights activist and has make a name for herself in the art scene, curating several exhibits. She's been married twice and has a son with mild autism.
Ann B. Davis (Alice)
Current age: 86
Davis, who portrayed the Brady clan's lovable housekeeper, spent the 1990s focusing on theater. She performed in productions of "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Crazy For You" before mostly bowing out of the acting scene. She has rejoined the cast in several reunions. She has lived with an Episcopal community since 1974.
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