Where Are They Now: Ann B. Davis, AKA Alice From 'The Brady Bunch'
March 10th, 2013 8:17am EDT
Actress Ann B. Davis is best known for playing Alice Nelson (betcha didn't know her last name) the housekeeper on The Brady Bunch over the course of five seasons from 1969-74. So where is she now? Actually... she's been retired from showbiz for over a decade.
Ann moved to Denver, Colorado in 1976 to join an Episcopal community; and now she devotes her life to Bible study and charity work. She currently resides in a religious community in San Antonio, Texas.
Check out more pics and interesting facts about her on the next few pages...
Davis was born in Schenectady, New York, and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania; and she has an identical twin sister named Harriet.
She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1948 with a drama degree but had originally enrolled in the school's pre-med program. She changed her major after seeing her brother Evans' performance in the play "Oklahoma."
"The Brady Bunch" wasn't Davis's first successful TV series. She starred in 112 episodes of "The Bob Cummings Show" from 1955-59, for which she won two Emmy awards.
She's mostly made appearances reprising the role of Alice in several Brady revivals and spinoffs, including a cameo as a trucker named "Schultzy" (the same name as her character on "The Bob Cummings Show") in 1995's "The Brady Bunch Movie."
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