Florence Henderson, who was best known as Carol Brady from the "Brady Bunch" died last night.
She even joined McCormick for a Brady Bunch-themed routine, proclaiming her support for "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" She appeared on countless TV variety shows and game shows and made commercials for Wesson cooking oil for more than 20 years.
The family, as the show's theme song reminded viewers each week, formed after Henderson's Carol, a single mother raising three daughters, met Reed's Mike Brady, a single father who was raising three boys.
In the movie "Grandmothers Murder Club", Henderson plays one of four women who accidentally kill a man who's trying to con one of them out of her home.
Henderson, who played effervescent mom Carol Brady on the hit TV series, was most recently seen in the audience at the finale of Dancing With the Stars on Monday, November 21. Henderson had a lot of love in her heart, and we saw love for her left at the famous "Brady" house and on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The series ran from September 1969 to March 1974, with much fan base and it also showcases some glimpses of the Vietnam War, but it did not touch the Bradys' world. The actress, 82, continued with her daily lifestyle and activities. "I'll miss u dearly." she wrote on Twitter. She was also unfailingly gracious in public and delightfully bawdy when she wanted to be, "loaded with double entendres", he said in an interview. "We were like the Beatles!" she said of the attention the show brought the cast.
"I think the romance was less on my mind than I was interested to find out how she became a great singer, how she marketed herself, how she developed her shows", he said. In this May 2015 photo, actress Florence Henderson spoke during the Alzheimer's Association, Orange County's 9th annual Visionary Women Luncheon at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado, Calif. Henderson, th.
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Her on-screen children have paid tribute to her, taking to social media to share heartwarming memories and photos of the beloved actress.
When Henderson was 18, Rodgers and Hammerstein picked her to play the lead in a national tour of the show. She grew up in poverty on a tobacco farm near Owensboro, Kentucky. They were married for 29 years.
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Henderson's first marriage, to theater producer Ira Bernstein, ended in divorce.
Her second husband, John Kappas, died in 2002.
Henderson is survived by her children; Barbara, Joseph, Robert and Lizzie, their respective spouses, and five grandchildren.