Eve Plumb is an American actress and painter. She is greatest known for her portrayal of Jan Brady in the iconic television sitcom The Brady Bunch. From 1969 to 1974, Plumb appeared as middle sister Jan Brady in the ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch. Her featured storylines included Janâ€™s embarrassment previously mentioned not having a boyfriend, concerns about her future appearance, being a middle child, and her insecurity over wearing glasses. A lot of episodes centered on Janâ€™s jealousy of older sister Marcia, resulting in the famous â€śMarcia, Marcia, Marcia!â€ť line that has arguably become the quintessential quote of the series. Plumb as well supplied the voice of Jan in the ABC Saturday morning cartoon The Brady Kids from 1972 â€“ 1973. After The Brady Bunch was cancelled in 1974, it went on to even increased success in syndicated reruns. The show has do not left the television airwaves and eventually spawned several spinoffs, reunions and feature films.
After The Brady Bunch ended, Eve and her young co-stars suffered from considerable typecasting. Plumb, even so, managed to go on to a respectable acting career in her late teen and adult years. Her very first notable post-Brady role was that of a teenage prostitute in the 1976 NBC television movie Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway. She also appeared in the sequel Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn. Plumb starred as “Beth” in NBC productions of Little Women, both a TV movie and a quick-lived series. Plumb also made numerous guest-starring appearances in such shows as Hereâ€™s Lucy, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Wonder Woman, One Day At A Time,The Facts of Life, Murder, She Wrote, The Super Mario Brothers Super Show, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and All My Children.
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