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Forgot your password? The TV show, which aired from tobecame a cultural phenomenon that spawned several sequel series as well as two feature films, three made-for-TV movies, and a touring stage show. But in a tell-all memoir published yesterday, McCormick says her life became the polar opposite of the wholesome world of Marcia Brady.
In a tell-all memoir Maureen McCormick, who played the eldest daughter Marcia Brady on the long-running sit-com about the wholesome "blended" family of a "man named Brady", says her life became the polar opposite of her character. But I wasn't her in any way, shape or form. She was perfect. I was anything but that," McCormick writes.
For most of my life people have expected me to be perfect. That's because I played the role of Marcia Brady—a pretty girl from a flawless family—from to She was perky, well-balanced and above all, always happy.
Help support our writers and keep our site ad-free. Who, much to her chagrin, found herself in the company of some very lovely—but naked—girls. Apparently, the squeaky clean star had no idea she was in a strip club!
Although the "date" -- actually a waltz around the ice-skating rink -- with Michael is at the heart of the book's marketing campaign, Maureen admits she was much friendlier with LaToya. You remember: The rain? The park?
What may come as a greater shock to viewers of the show which premieres April 22 are her revelations that shortly after The Brady Bunch ended inthe impossibly perfect oldest Brady girl began her year battle with bulimia—and a cocaine addiction that would last six years. The eating disorder, she says, started after she reentered a public high school at 17 she had been tutored on-set. She remembers the very day. It seemed ideal.
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia! The most popular Brady, Marcia, played by Maureen McCormick, was the eldest girl and arguably the most envied by her sister Jan thanks to her long blonde hair. Former child star Maureen McCormick is grateful her parents and her now-husband helped her overcome one of the darkest periods of her life.