Barry Williams talks about how he lived his teenage life while playing a teenager in the popular sitcom “The Brady Bunch”.
The actor, 66, recently appeared on “Today Extra” and spoke about the challenges of growing up not only in the public eye, but also in front of a camera for the whole world to see as he performed in the movie. always popular family show.
“The years have been very intense years for me,” Williams recalled on the Australian Morning Talk Show. “All of my teenage years, 14 to 20, were on The Brady Bunch. ‘”
However, the fate of growing up Williams was not just reserved for actor Greg Brady. In fact, Williams indicated that many of the show’s young performers have gone through a similar transition as they enter puberty and undergo physical changes in their adulthood.
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“There have been a lot of changes,” he continued. “You could hear the voice change, you could see the hair change, you could see the growth spurts happening with all of us.”
“So it was awkward sometimes and sometimes funny, but I always liked people to watch the show,” he added.
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“The Brady Bunch” aired for five seasons on ABC from 1969 to 1974, and its success sparked numerous spinoff titles.
Ahead of the show’s 50th anniversary in 2019, Williams’ on-screen sister Susan Olsen – who played pigtailed Cindy Brady – told Fox News that she hated being on the show. but that she absolutely loved the people she was lucky enough to work with.
“I never thought I would say that because when I was younger I was very rebellious and I really hated being on such a healthy show with American values and family values. But guess what – now I’m so proud of it, “said Olsen, 59, in reference to why the series has managed to stand the test of time so many years after its television release.
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“I’m saying to have immortality you have to have a soul and the soul is love. And I think the love that was shown on the show was genuine between all of us in the distribution and I think people are taking that back, ”added the interim player and coach.
In 2019, the surviving cast members came together to renovate the family’s famous TV digs in HGTV’s “A Very Brady Renovation”.
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