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“It was one of those rare moments when the chemistry was right for everyone,” she says, “and we grew to love each other.As corny as it sounds, if kinda is like a family.” Virtually the entire cast showed up for Barry Williams’s wedding two years ago in Pacific Palisades, Calif., as well as for the 50th wedding anniversary last year of Sherwood Schwartz and his wife, Mildred. who are profiled on the following pages, are good-natured about the way their Brady pasts have continued into the present and, whether they like it or not, will continue into the foreseeable future.
By the early ’80s, he says, “I worried about just gelling the next job.” That’s when he drilled into what he calls “low-level drug use”—cocaine and pot.The series, which aired on ABC from 1969 to 1974 (where it was regularly housed in the Nielsen Top 20), can now be seen in daily reruns on JOO stations., a paperback memoir by Barry Williams, who played oldest son Greg, has sold almost 100,000 copies in the month since it first appeared in bookstores.I never discussed it with anyone except Barry Williams.The others, even if they had known, would have protected his privacy.” Williams and Susan Olsen (Cindy) agree that, for Reed, privacy was paramount.“It was hard not to notice how pretty she was and how attracted I was to her,” says Williams, recalling the days when he (if not Greg) was in high puberty.
“That feeling was shared by hundreds of thousands of young men. “There were stretches of time when our relationship was professional, and other times we’d find ourselves amorous,” he says. In 1970, during the show’s second season, the 15-year-old asked his TV mom, Florence Henderson, then 36, out on a date. “All the director knew was I was acting like a jerk.
“It doesn’t surprise me that he kept that information to himself.” says Williams, who pauses to add, “This is still emotionally charged for me.
My relationship with Bob was as a friend, father and actor.” As to how or when Reed could have contracted AIDS, his TV family refuses to speculate.
His death, first attributed simply to colon cancer, was later revealed to have been hastened by AIDS.
“There were a few of us who knew that he was HIV positive, and we protected his privacy,” says Florence Henderson (Reed’s TV wife, Carol Brady).”I really, honestly don’t think everyone on the show knew.
“He had no idea who I was,” says Mc Cormiek, “which, I have to say, was very, very refreshing.” (Hard to believe, isn’t it, that lie wouldn’t at least have remembered her from her advice column in Tiger Beat?