Maureen McCormick Played Marcia on “The Brady Bunch.” Today she is 67, try not to smile when you see her

Maureen McCormick, best known for her role as Marcia Brady on the iconic television show “The Brady Bunch,” has had a profound impact on TV history since the show first aired on ABC. As Carol Brady’s eldest daughter, Marcia, McCormick became a teen idol and a style icon whose wardrobe was envied by many.

Since the show concluded in 1974, McCormick continued to embody Marcia Brady in various spin-offs and TV movies, including the 1981 series “The Brady Brides,” which followed Marcia and her sister Jan as they navigated life as newlyweds. Beyond her Brady roles, McCormick expanded her acting portfolio with parts in shows like “Teen Angel” and “Passions,” and even ventured into music with the release of her country album in 1995, titled “When You Get a Little Lonely.”

Despite her professional successes, McCormick faced personal challenges, including battles with bulimia and substance abuse, which she discussed openly in her 2008 memoir “Here’s the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice.” Her struggles came to a head during the screen tests for “The Brady Brides,” a moment she describes as hitting rock bottom when her agent had to intervene directly to help her.

In recent years, McCormick has appeared on various reality shows, including “Dancing With The Stars,” “Gone Country,” and she even won VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club” in 2007. Today, at 67, McCormick’s life has changed significantly, but her legacy as a part of “The Brady Bunch” continues to influence generations of fans. This is how she looks nowdays: keep scrolling for more pictures 👇

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