She was a style icon for millions of teens throughout the 1970s, and at 62 it looks like actress Maureen McCormick is still as fabulous as ever!
Maureen, who starred as Marcia Brady in the legendary television series The Brady Bunch, was spotted in head-to-toe black as she headed to the Carousel of Hope Ball in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The American actress, who accompanied by her husband of 33 years Michael Cummings, cut a stylish figure in an elegant black full-length skirt, coordinated with a matching black top.
The 62-year-old looked sensational in the stylish get up, which she teamed with a stunning emerald green brooch and a black clutch. She wore her golden locks in a stylish up-do and sported standout smokey eyes for the event.
Maureen made a name for herself in the ’70s when she took on the role of Marcia Brady in the iconic sitcom The Brady Bunch.
The beloved sitcom saw Mike Brady and his three charming sons Greg, Peter and Bobby start a blended family with Carol and her three blonde daughters Marcia, Jan and Cindy. The new family was joined by Alice, their acid-tongued housekeeper played by Ann B. Davis. The series was broadcast from 1969 until the final episode on March 8, 1974 and shot its stars into the Hollywood limelight.
Much of the teen angst in the show’s storylines focussed on the enduring jealousy between Marcia and her often-overlooked sister Jan, who famously declared, “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!” when she became fed up with her sister’s popularity.
In a first for a TV show at the time, The Brady Bunch focused on the difficulties with blending the two families under one roof, with hilarious and memorable results. It remains one of the most beloved series of all time.
Despite the sitcom’s success, Maureen struggled largely in her personal life becoming a cocaine addict in the years following the series’ end. In her tell-all memoir Here’s the Story, Maureen wrote: “I had played Marcia Brady for five years. But I wasn’t her in any way, shape or form. She was perfect. I was anything but that.”
Since then, she has appeared on several reality TV series such as CMT’s Gone Country and the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.