Produced in Encino, California, Maureen McCormick began her professional career as a child model, winning a beauty pageant in the San Fernando Valley at age 6, and after that going on to appear in several commercials, including national spots for Mattel Toys advertising Barbie Dolls as well as the Chatty Cathy line of playthings. She went to serve as the voice of the Chatty Cathy Doll line also. In the late 1960s, Maureen became a household name playing Marcia on “The Brady Bunch”.
Maureen McCormick Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
The show would run for five years, and then enjoy a very popular syndicated run. It spawned multiple specials, a spinoff show, and even a show of parody films. Post-“The Brady Bunch”, she ran into difficulties with drugs and her career evaporated. After getting herself back on her feet, she guest starred on multiple television shows, and released a bestselling autobiography.
August 5, 1956
Encino, Los Angeles, California, USA
5' 3" (1.6 m)
William Howard Taft Charter High School
Michael Cummings (m. 1985)
Natalie Michelle Cummings
Irene McCormick, Richard McCormick
Dennis McCormick, Kevin McCormick, Michael McCormick
TV Land Pop Culture Award
TV Land Most Beautiful Braces Award, TV Land Favorite Singing Siblings Award
Texas Lightning, Skatetown, U.S.A., Return to Horror High, A Very Brady Christmas, The Idolmaker, Pony Express Rider, Fortune Hunters, Take Down, Jane White Is Sick & Twisted, Title to Murder, Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure, Snow White: A Deadly Summer, That's Adequate, Panic in the Skies!, A Vacation in Hell, Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story, Stone & Ed, Cold Turkey, Dogtown, Shout for Joy, Christmas Spirit, The Turning Point of Jim Malloy, The A-List
The Brady Bunch, Dancing with the Stars, The Brady Bunch Hour, The Brady Kids, Celebrity Fit Club, Fantasy Island, The Brady Brides, Entertainment Tonight, Teen Angel, Family Feud, Roast of Larry the Cable Guy, Outsiders Inn, Gone Country, Hollywood Squares, My Life is a Sitcom, New Love, American Style, Insight
Graduated from William Howard Taft High school in Woodland Hills, California.
Her mother, Irene, died of cancer, after a three-year battle, in 2004. Maureen cared for her through this time.
She became a mother, when her daughter, Natalie Michelle Cummings, with her husband, Michael Cummings, was born on Friday, May 19th, 1989.
There was a point in my life when I wanted to run as far away as I could from the Bradys and just shun it, but now I embrace it. It was a huge part of my past, and the cast mates and I will always have this bond. No matter how much time goes by without us seeing each other, it's just like old times again.
I'll always be struck by how much a part of people's lives Marcia is and always will be. But now, I'm not bothered by the connection. It took most of my life, countless mistakes, and decades of pain and suffering to reach this point of equanimity and acceptance. - Interview, 2008