'Brady Bunch' cast members reunite at TV family home, and they look unrecognizable
Members of the ‘Brady Bunch’ cast reunited at the North Hollywood home that served as the exterior for the hit 1970s series.
Then children when the iconic series aired, the six actors are now fully grown as they gathered at the TV family home.
Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) took part in an on-camera walk-through of the famous home.
HGTV – which purchased the famous home in August, after a much-publicized bidding war with NSYNC singer Lance Bass – plans to document the home’s complete overhaul of the home for “A Very Brady Renovation.” The series is set to premier in September 2019.
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WALK-THROUGH WITH OTHER STARS
Barry, Maureen, Christopher, Eve, Mike and Susan participated in the walk-through with several HGTV personalities.
"Property Brothers" Jonathan and Drew Scott and "Good Bones" stars Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine were also on hand for the on-camera walk-through, as were Leanne and Steve Ford, of "Restored by the Fords," "Hidden Potential" star Jasmine Roth, and Lara Spencer, of "Flea Market Flip”.
HGTV, which documented the stars’ tour of the house, said in a statement that it will create a "show-stopping transformation" of the Brady house.
The network plans to enlarge the house, adding 2,000 square feet. However, it promised to renovate the house "without compromising its instantly recognizable street view."
It also promised to “ensure that the final renovation results stay true to the spirit of the 'Brady Bunch' family home that everyone loves and remember."
The house is known for its living room's floating staircase, the green-and-orange kitchen and the children's shared bathroom.
RENOVATING AN ICONIC HOME
"What’s so exciting about this project is that we are creating one of the most iconic homes from many of our viewers’ childhoods,” said HGTV programming exec Loren Ruch. “It will be the first time in history that the house from all of our memories will be created in a real brick and mortar location. It is certain to be a trip down memory lane.”
Cast members of the iconic show have gone on to pursue their varying interests after the show ended.
For instance, Robbie Rist, who played Cousin Oliver, tried his hand in music after the show. Now 54 years old, Rist produced the music for the Sharknado franchise.