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  • Brady

    Barry Williams, the actor who played Greg Brady on "The Brady Bunch," had filed a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Kennedy, who Williams claims threatened to kill herself and him after losing a beauty contest. He also claims Kennedy stole $29,000 from his bank accounts after allegedly stealing his pin number, according to TMZ.com. Williams also claims in court documents that Kennedy pulled a knife out on him after accusing him of cheating with a co-star. The judge granted the restraining order and also ordered Kennedy to move out of their apartment. "I know that she will definitely try to harm me once she is aware that our relationship is now over," Williams said in a court document.
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  • Brady Bunch

    From 1969 to 1974, "The Brady Bunch" was America's first family, at least on television. The show spawned numerous spin-offs and remains a cultural landmark. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the beloved show, where a lovely lady met this fellow, and they became the Brady Bunch.
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  • Brady Bunch: Where Are They Now?

    The youngest of the "Brady Bunch" made headlines for some very un-Brady-like behavior during a radio appearance. Actress Susan Olsen, now 46, who was only eight years old when she was cast as the pig-tailed baby of the "Brady Bunch," admitted that she was hungover during an interview on a Denver radio station. "I am so ready to vomit on the microphone," said Olsen, who was accompanied by her young son on the "Darren & Coba" show July 3. The "Brady Bunch" alum said she drank too much wine the night before. <p> Since the show's end in 1974, Olsen has appeared in films based on the famed show and recently hosted a cruise with co-star Florence Henderson. <p> Check out where the rest of the cast is now.
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  • Brady Bunch

    For better or worse, Maureen McCormick will forever be known as Marcia Brady, her 1970s character on "The Brady Bunch." McCormick's character became famous for her long blond hair and self-assured attitude. After the show ended, McCormick battled an eating disorder. Back on the screen, she recently starred in VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club."
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  • Brady Bunch

    Jan Brady, Marcia's often envious little sister, was played by actress Eve Plumb. Today, Plumb is thriving offscreen, working as an artist in Laguna Beach, Calif.
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  • Brady Bunch

    Cristopher Knight starred as the Brady's mischevious middle son, Peter. Knight found a fan in aspiring model Adrianne Curry, who later lived with the actor in the fourth season of VH1's "The Surreal Life" and starred with him in the subsequent series about their romance, "My Fair Brady." The two married in May 2006.
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  • Brady Bunch

    The youngest Brady son, Bobby, was played by actor Mike Lookinland. Lookinland has since spent time behind the TV scenes working as a cameraman.
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  • Brady Bunch

    Playing Alice Nelson, the housekeeper of the Brady family, Ann B. Davis won fans across America. Now more than 80 years old, Davis occasionally stars in TV commercials and makes appearances in Brady reunion specials.
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  • Brady Bunch

    As mother Carol, Florence Henderson was the female face of the Brady clan. Recently, Henderson seemed to poke fun at her squeaky-clean Brady image in a Pepsi Twist commercial with Ozzy Osbourne. She also appeared in the sixth season of VH1's "The Surreal Life."
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  • Brady Bunch

    Robert Reed played Mike Brady, the widowed architect who found love and a new family. After "The Brady Bunch" ended, Reed found success in stage acting roles. He died in 1992 at the age of 59 from AIDS-related complications.
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