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Also Known As: Maureen D Mccormick, Maureen Denise Mccormick Died:
Born: August 5, 1956 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Encino, California, USA Profession: singer, actor

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Regardless of what future roles Maureen McCormick may play, baby boomers who grew up with her on ABC's "The Brady Bunch" (1969-1974) will always remember her as blond-haired, blue-eyed Marcia Brady, the perfect eldest sibling, whose favored status as perceived by sister Jan prompted the infamous gripe, "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" When it debuted at the end of the seminal 1960s, no one could have predicted the lasting appeal of "The Brady Bunch," but it spawned three series spin-offs (including ABC's animated "The Brady Kids" 1972-74, for which McCormick provided Marcia's voice), a variety show (ABC's "The Brady Bunch Hour," 1977), reunion movies, two 90s feature film adaptations and the translation of the original series episodes to the stage. Both a blessing and a curse for McCormick, the show brought her fame and ensured her a place in TV history, but the industry's identification with her as Marcia, coupled with her youthful appearance, hindered her attempts to create a post-Brady career.

Regardless of what future roles Maureen McCormick may play, baby boomers who grew up with her on ABC's "The Brady Bunch" (1969-1974) will always remember her as blond-haired, blue-eyed Marcia Brady, the perfect eldest sibling, whose favored status as perceived by sister Jan prompted the infamous gripe, "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" When it debuted at the end of the seminal 1960s, no one could have predicted the lasting appeal of "The Brady Bunch," but it spawned three series spin-offs (including ABC's animated "The Brady Kids" 1972-74, for which McCormick provided Marcia's voice), a variety show (ABC's "The Brady Bunch Hour," 1977), reunion movies, two 90s feature film adaptations and the translation of the original series episodes to the stage. Both a blessing and a curse for McCormick, the show brought her fame and ensured her a place in TV history, but the industry's identification with her as Marcia, coupled with her youthful appearance, hindered her attempts to create a post-Brady career.

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 Christmas Land (2015)
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 Big Baby (2015)
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 Naughty and Nice (2014)
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 Fortune Hunters (2000)
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 Dogtown (1997) Didi
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1964:
Acting debut at the La Jolla Playhouse in "Wind It Up and It Breaks"
1964:
Made TV debut in Barbie doll and Chatty Cathy commercials
1964:
Appeared in two episodes of "Bewitched" (ABC)
1965:
Played tomboy camper on NBC's "Camp Runamuck"
1969:
Made feature debut in Elia Kazan's "The Arrangement"
1969:
Cast as the eldest daughter, Marcia Brady on the ABC series "The Brady Bunch"
1972:
At age 16, released first solo recording "Little Bird"
1972:
Voiced Marcia Brady for the animated series "The Brady Kids" (ABC)
1977:
Reprised role as Marcia Brady in the ABC variety series "The Brady Bunch Hour"
1979:
Played high school girlfriend of Lorenzo Lamas in Keith Merrill's "Take Down"
1981:
Starred in the short-lived spin-off "The Brady Brides" (NBC)
1988:
Reunited with the Brady family in CBS TV-movie "A Very Brady Christmas"
1989:
Acted the role of Space Princess in the satire "That's Adequate"
1994:
Broadway debut as Rizzo in the revival of the musical "Grease"
1996:
Trading on her "Brady Bunch" appeared in the "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia" episode of "The Single Guy" (NBC)
1997:
Acted in George Hickenlooper's "Dogtown"
1997:
Starred in title role of CBS biopic "Get to The Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story"
1997:
Returned as a TV series regular in ABC's supernatural sitcom "Teen Angel"; left show after half a season
2000:
Had recurring role on the NBC soap opera "Passions"
2000:
Appeared as Mrs. Strawther in three episodes of "Son of the Beach" (FX)
2003:
Appeared in "Scrubs" (NBC) in a dream sequence where JD imagines Marcia Brady as his ideal bride
2007:
Returned to television as a cast member on the fifth season of VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club"
2008:
Became a cast member of the CMT reality show "Gone Country"
2008:
Opened a bed & breakfast inn in the CMT reality series "Outsider's Inn"
2008:
Published her autobiography entitled <i>Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice</i>
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Education

Taft High School: Woodland Hills , California -

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husband:
Michael Cummings. Businessman. First met c. 1982; works in the computer industry.

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father:
William McCormick. Schoolteacher.
mother:
Irene McCormick.
brother:
Michael McCormick. Executive. Born c. 1948; operates Phantom Hill Records.
brother:
Kevin McCormick. Born c. 1950.
brother:
Dennis McCormick. Born in October1951; born with special needs.
daughter:
Natalie Michelle Cummings. Born May 19, 1989.
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