Maureen McCormick’s entertainment career
Learn about the career of one of the stars from one of the most beloved television sitcoms of all time.
Born on August 5, 1956, Maureen McCormick began her entertainment career at a relatively young age. She began with small roles on television, which included a role as “Girl #1” in a TV movie called Chatty Cathy (1962). She also played the young version of Endora on the popular television series Bewitched in 1965. A year later, she had a guest-starring role on another popular magical show when she played “Susan” in an episode of I Dream of Jeannie. She also had a few uncredited roles here and there.
It was not until 1969 that she played the role that made her famous, which was Marcia Brady on The Brady Bunch. She had many memorable moments on that show, such as when a football hit her nose in one episode. Many fans also like to recite the famous line, “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!” Maureen McCormick would later go on to reprise the coveted role in many Brady Bunch spin-offs and TV movies.
As of today, McCormick continues to work hard in the entertainment business. She just completed her role as Nurse Ruland in Rock Paper Dead (2017), and she is set to appear in another 2017 film called The Neighborhood as Rachelle. McCormick has definitely come along way since her days as a juvenile star.