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Born: September 30, 1954 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Santa Monica, California, USA Profession:

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A bona fide teen idol of the 1970s, Barry Williams was the once and future Greg Brady, oldest son and erstwhile ladies' man of "The Brady Bunch" (ABC, 1969-1972). The show's simplistic plots and humor made it an enduring favorite among younger viewers, who boosted Williams to pin-up status in his teenaged years, which he repaid with pop singles and tours with his co-stars. When the series came to an end, Williams was largely relegated to regional musical theater, though he frequently resurfaced with various "Brady" reunions. Unlike many of his co-stars, Williams accepted the fact that he and Greg Brady were largely one and the same, and exploited his past pop stardom with good humor and a hearty dose of cheek, including a very memorable autobiography that brought a bit of scandal to the "Brady" universe . Regardless of his efforts to demystify the too-good-to-be-true series, Williams remained a model example for post-childhood stardom for over three decades.

A bona fide teen idol of the 1970s, Barry Williams was the once and future Greg Brady, oldest son and erstwhile ladies' man of "The Brady Bunch" (ABC, 1969-1972). The show's simplistic plots and humor made it an enduring favorite among younger viewers, who boosted Williams to pin-up status in his teenaged years, which he repaid with pop singles and tours with his co-stars. When the series came to an end, Williams was largely relegated to regional musical theater, though he frequently resurfaced with various "Brady" reunions. Unlike many of his co-stars, Williams accepted the fact that he and Greg Brady were largely one and the same, and exploited his past pop stardom with good humor and a hearty dose of cheek, including a very memorable autobiography that brought a bit of scandal to the "Brady" universe . Regardless of his efforts to demystify the too-good-to-be-true series, Williams remained a model example for post-childhood stardom for over three decades.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Bigfoot (2012)
2.
 Mega Piranha (2010)
3.
4.
 Growing Up Brady (2000) Himself
5.
 Brady Bunch Movie, The (1995) Music Producer
6.
 Summertime Switch (1994) Frederick Egan Jr
7.
 Very Brady Christmas, A (1988) Greg Brady
10.
 TV's Most Memorable Weddings (2003) Interviewee
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