Barry Williams will always be a big brother to this TV family.
The former child star played famously as Greg Brady in the beloved sitcom “The Brady Bunch,” which aired from 1969 to 1974. The 66-year-old, who now lives in Branson, Missouri, recently told Closer Weekly that he is still close with the surviving cast.
“We have a very unique experience in common,” the actor explained. “We grew up with the show where we played family members and went through all the changes in our growth in front of the world. It created some unique and sometimes challenging circumstances, but we protected each other and took care of each other. That community puts us in a very small club . “
Williams added that he is particularly close to Christopher Knight, who played Peter Brady in the series.
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“I’m very proud to have been a part of this show,” Williams said. “I’m proud to have helped create a character in a show that has had this long-lasting saturation in Americana.”
And Williams insisted he never gets tired of talking about “The Brady Bunch.”
“None!” he said. “Sometimes, though, I get tired of talking about myself. ‘The Brady Bunch’ has been an integral part of my life. It’s a show that’s been with me for over 50 years now, and I consider the cast to be a. other family. I know there is interest and curiosity about the show and I am happy to commit. “
And despite growing up in public, Williams said he always had a deep appreciation for performing, as well as for the opportunities Hollywood provided along the way.
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“Oh, I was engaged in a lifetime of show business long before ‘The Brady Bunch,'” Williams said. “In fact, I do not think any of us really had high hopes that it would have this kind of endurance. Even by TV standards, it’s a pretty unique series. It’s been a sitcom, a comic book show, a diverse one. hour, a Christmas special, a movie twice (we made my book [‘Growing Up Brady’] as a TV movie) and ‘A Very Brady Renovation.’ There have been so many things around it, more than just about any TV series I can think of. “
“No, I’m grateful,” he continued. “I’ve been able to have a successful career in pretty much every aspect of the show business – television, movies, comics and as a musician, singer and recording artist. I’ve worked in Las Vegas. I’ve been a DJ for SiriusXM. I’ve produced television. I have written a best-selling book. I think it’s just been great to have that kind of diversity. There’s been no boredom. “
And Williams has pursued his other passions along the way. According to the outlet, the star at one point became a private pilot and flew a small single-engine aircraft “around the country”. Maui, he said, is his favorite island to visit.
When asked if his two children had been forced to go down a similar career path, Williams said “they have not.”
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“My son is a musician but also a full time student and has not done any [comments] about going into it as a profession, “he shared. My little girl is a natural. She has a great personality, but I’m not sure she would choose [showbiz] as a profession too. “
Williams shared that he “would be 100 percent supportive” if they decided to try showbiz – or something.
As for himself, Williams’ outlet said he has no plans to slow down.
“No chance,” he said of retirement. “I’m just as passionate about what I do now as I was as a teenager. I’m so grateful I could find something that was fun and satisfying for me that I still have a huge enthusiasm and ambition for. I would not think of ever retiring completely. “
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