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First Name
Eve

Last Name
Plumb

Birthday
1958-04-29

Height
62

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Green

Hair Color
Blonde

Birthplace
Burbank, California, USA

Zodiac Sign
Taurus

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
Jan Brady in The Brady Bunch

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

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Film Role
Actor/Actress

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Full Name at Birth
Eve Aline Plumb

Count - Awards
1

Father
Benjamin Neely Plumb

Mother
Flora June Plumb

Brother
Benjamin Neely Plumb Jr

Sister
Catherine

Age
56

Occupation Text
Actress

Wikipedia Text

Eve Aline Plumb (born April 29, 1958) is an American actress and painter. She is best known for her portrayal of Jan Brady in the iconic television sitcom The Brady Bunch.


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Film Role
Soundtrack, Producer

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Middle Name
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Profile Bio Text
Eve Aline Plumb (born April 29, 1958) is an American actress and painter. She is best known for her portrayal of Jan Brady in the iconic television sitcom The Brady Bunch. Plumb was a young child when her acting career began in TV commercials in 1966. The following year, she appeared on The Virginian, The Big Valley and Lassie. In 1968, she appeared on It Takes A Thief and Family Affair; in the latter, she played a terminally ill girl on the episode “Christmas Came A Little Early”. In 1969, she appeared on an episode of Gunsmoke. From 1969 to 1974, Plumb appeared as middle sister Jan Brady in the ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch. Her featured storylines included Jan’s embarrassment over not having a boyfriend, concerns about her future appearance, being a middle child, and her insecurity over wearing glasses. Several episodes centered on Jan’s jealousy of older sister Marcia, resulting in the famous “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!” line that has arguably become the quintessential quote of the series. Plumb also supplied the voice of Jan in the ABC Saturday morning cartoon The Brady Kids from 1972 – 1973. After The Brady Bunch was cancelled in 1974, it went on to even greater success in syndicated reruns. The show has never left the television airwaves and eventually spawned numerous spinoffs, reunions and feature films. Several episodes of the show featured the Brady kids singing and as a result, Plumb and the rest of the younger cast recorded several albums: “Merry Christmas from the Brady Bunch”, “Meet the Brady Bunch”, “The Kids from the Brady Bunch”, and “The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album”. There were also a few solo singles. The children went on a national concert tour as “The Brady Bunch Kids” and appeared on American Bandstand. Plumb would also provide a monologue for the Pat Williams Orchestra’s 1974 recording of “California Love Story”. The single was co-produced by Plumb’s recording executive father, Neely Plumb. In 1993, a greatest hits collection was released entitled “It’s a Sunshine Day ... The Best of The Brady Bunch”. Plumb and her TV siblings became very popular in teen fan magazines of the day, including 16 and Tiger Beat. They were also featured in various other media, including paperback books, comic books, coloring books, posters, lunch boxes, board games and even paper dolls. After The Brady Bunch ended, Plumb's first notable 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 short-lived series. Plumb also made numerous guest-starring appearances in such shows as Here’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. Plumb was the only original cast member who declined to reunite for the 1976–77 variety show The Brady Bunch Hour on ABC. Much was made of her absence, including accusations that she no longer wanted to be associated with the Bradys. Plumb has stated in interviews that she was willing to do the variety show’s original special episode, but could not commit to a five-year option for additional shows. Her role would be filled by Geri Reischl, who went on to be known among Brady Bunch fans as “fake Jan”. Plumb returned to the “Jan” role for the 1981 NBC TV movie The Brady Girls Get Married, which led to The Brady Brides, a short-lived sitcom in which she co-starred with Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia Brady. She also appeared in the 1988 CBS television movie A Very Brady Christmas and its 1990 spinoff dramedy series, The Bradys. To promote their latest incarnation, the cast appeared on an episode of Sally Jessy Raphael, which is remembered for having been shot outdoors in Florida during a rainstorm. Plumb was interviewed as part of a 1995 retrospective special titled Brady Bunch Home Movies, produced by Susan Olsen, who played Cindy Brady. That same year, Plumb appeared on a special “child stars” installment of The Jenny Jones Show. From 1995 - 1997, Plumb was a member of the cast of the Saturday morning sitcom Fudge, playing the title character’s mother, Mrs. Ann Hatcher. The show aired on ABC in its first season and moved to CBS for its second season. To promote the series, Plumb appeared on The Jon Stewart Show. Plumb also appeared in the movie Fudge-A-Mania (1997). In 1996, she reminisced about her Brady years on The Rosie O'Donnell Show and on the E True Hollywood Story: The Brady Bunch. In 1998, Plumb was the original Pam Burkhart on That ’70s Show (only seen in episode

Relationship Status
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Year(s) Active
1966–present

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Posted by Bob Heemstras

Posted 3 years ago

I was always a fan of Jan Brady!

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