Barry Williams reveals how he managed life as a teenager, playing a teenage boy in the popular sitcom The Brady Bunch.
66-year-old actor soon “More today“and talked about the challenges of growing up on camera not only in the public eye, but all over the world, as he has always been on a popular family show.
“The years were very difficult years for me,” Williams recalled on an Australian morning talk show. “All my teenage 14- to 20-year-olds were at Brady Bunch.”
However, the weight of Williams ’growth belonged solely to actor Greg Brady. In fact, Williams said most young children perform when they reach puberty and begin physical changes in their adult years.
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“There’s been a lot of change,” he continued. “You could hear the voice change, you could see the hair change, you could see the growth rates going with all of us.”
“So it was awkward at times and funny at times, but I always enjoyed watching the show,” he added.
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The Brady Bunch aired on ABC TV for five seasons from 1969 to 1974, and its success led to many spinoff titles.
On the eve of the show’s 50th anniversary in 2019, Williams ’on-screen brother Susan Olsen, who plays pigtail-wearing Cindy Brady, told Fox News that she hates participating in the show, but loves people who are lucky enough to work with her.
“I never thought I’d say that because I was so rebellious when I was young and I really hated being on such a useful show with American values and family values. But think about it – now I’m so proud of it,” the 59-year-old said. Olsen pointed out why the show managed to stand the test of time many years after it was televised.
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“I think you have to have a heart to achieve immortality, and the heart is love. And I think the love that was shown on the show was that there was real love between all of our cast members, and I think people choose that.” ‘added the gamer and actor actor coach.
In 2019, a group of surviving actors have teamed up to update a well-known television dig in HGTV’s “Very Brady Update”.