Maureen McCormick is known as an American actress. She is most famous for playing Marcia Brady in 'The Brady Bunch'.
Maureen Denise McCormick was born on August 5, 1956, in Woodland Hills, California. She was the most youthful and just little girl of Richard and Irene McCormick. Her father was a teacher, and her mom was a housewife. She has three more seasoned siblings, Michael, Dennis, and Kevin. Starting at an early age, McCormick wanted to sing and dance, and would regularly put on shows for the local children. Her fantasy for notoriety started when she won the Baby Miss San Fernando Valley challenge at 6 years old, which prompted a call from talent headhunter Pat Domigan of the Jack Wormser Agency, who inquired as to whether she might want to be on Broadway. McCormick graduated from William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills.
In 1969, McCormick was looked over a field of 1,200 children who tried out to play the oldest of three sisters on the new TV sitcom The Brady Bunch, featuring Florence Henderson and Robert Reed as love birds with a mixed family. The show kept running for a long time. In her book Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice, distributed in 2008, McCormick uncovered that during the show's fifth season, she nearly lost her virginity to her on-screen sibling and co-star, Barry Williams. She was 16 years of age at the time and he was 19.
In 1981, the whole cast of The Brady Bunch, who had stayed in contact calmly throughout the years, rejoined to make the TV film The Brady Brides. McCormick was 25 years of age at the time, and by then intensely into cocaine and quaaludes.
In September 2019, keeping her TV mother near her heart. Maureen McCormick opened up about a missing ingredient on HGTV's A Very Brady Renovation, Florence Henderson. At the premier, McCormick, who played most seasoned girl Marcia Brady on The Brady Bunch, flaunted a sapphire heart pendant on a gold chain. Henderson, who played the female authority Carol Brady in the sitcom, kicked the bucket in November 2016 at 82 from heart failure.
McCormick married actor Michael Cummings on March 16, 1985. Their little girl, Natalie Michelle, was born on May 19, 1989. Subsequent to wedding Cummings, McCormick stood up to her downturn and drug addictions head on. She had a few spells in recovery and fiddled with treatment, which proved effective.