Florence Henderson, the iconic TV mom, died Thursday at the age of 82, her manager, Kayla Pressman, said. Henderson played Carol Brady from 1969 to 1979. Her life story wasn't as ideal as the character she played. She grew up poor in Indiana, with an alcoholic father and a mother who left when she was just 12 years old, she said. Henderson used her singing talent to entertain the family and help make ends meet. Her big break came in 1951 when she landed a starring role in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
Maureen McCormick, now 60, played Marcia Brady for the five years "The Brady Bunch" was on the air. She has since released a country album, appeared on the fifth season of VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club," competed in "Dancing with the Stars" and written a tell-all book, "Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice." Getty Images/ABC
Everyone's favorite housekeeper, Alice Nelson, was played by Ann B. Davis on the sitcom. Davis died 2014 after suffering a subdural hematoma the day before. She never regained consciousness. Davis retired from show business in the late '70s, but popped up here and there. Davis appeared in commercials and several stage productions, and in the 1995 "Brady Bunch" movie, she played a truck driver, convincing a runaway Jan (Jennifer Elise Cox) to return home. CBS via Getty Images
Barry Williams, 62, went on to appear in TV shows like "Three's Company," "General Hospital" and "According to Jim" since playing Greg Brady in the '70s. Williams still has those curls, as well as a lingering crush on his former TV mom -- he gave her an intense kiss on the lips during the "The Talk's" "Brady Bunch" reunion. Off-camera, he's a father of two and also an author with the memoir, "Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg." You can keep up with Williams on his blog, The Greg Brady Project. Getty Images/ABC
Eve Plumb appeared on several sitcoms after her days as middle child Jan Brady. In 1995, Plumb starred on "Fudge," the TV comedy based on Judy Blume's books. She headed back to the '70s in 1998 to play Jackie Burkhart's (Mila Kunis) mom on "That '70s Show." She had brief stints on both "All My Children" and "Days of Our Lives." The 58-year-old is also an accomplished painter. Getty Images/ABC
Since playing Peter Brady, Christopher Knight, 59, has had cameos on several TV shows and movies, including the 2009 comedy "Spring Breakdown." Knight has also dabbled in reality TV, starring on VH1's "My Fair Brady" alongside ex-wife Adrianne Curry. In 2013, he revealed to Oprah Winfrey that he struggled with his relationship with his parents as an adolescent. "My family is nothing like 'The Brady Bunch,'" he said. "Matter of fact, they hated it." Getty Images/ABC At 55, Susan Olsen no longer wears her hair of gold in curls, but she'll always be Cindy Brady to fans. Since "The Brady Bunch," Olsen has worked as a graphic designer, a radio talk show host and an actress on series like "The Young and the Restless." Olsen has debunked the rumors of a romance between her on-screen older sisters, Eve Plumb and Maureen McCormick, but she confirmed in 2013 that there's still a rift between the two actresses. Getty Images/ABC Mike Lookinland, 55, played Bobby Brady on the sitcom. He later took a seat on the other side of the camera, working on The WB's "Everwood" and the "Halloween" franchise, and then after 20 years in film moved on to making concrete countertops. Lookinland says he's been sober since his drunk driving incident in 1997. Getty Images/ABC
After playing Mike Brady on "The Brady Bunch," Robert Reed appeared in several TV movies and series, such as "Medical Center," "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble" and "Rich Man, Poor Man." Reed died in 1992 at 59. Getty Images/ABC