Maureen McCormick spills Brady dish in book
Erstwhile Marcia from The Brady Bunch, Maureen McCormick, dishes about her sexploits on the show and beyond in her upcoming book, Here's The Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice. The tell-all will hit the shelves on Tuesday, bringing to light years of shenanigans not only on the set, but after the show ended its run in 1974, too.
The 52-year-old writes about her romance with costar Barry Williams, dates with Michael Jackson and Steve Martin, and lots of cocaine at the Playboy Mansion and at Sammy Davis Jr.'s house, the AP reports. Oh, and trading sex for drugs, don't forget that. That will take a lot out of you.
"As a teenager, I had no idea that few people are everything they present to the outside world," she writes. "Yet there I was, hiding the reality of my life behind the unreal perfection of Marcia Brady. ... No one suspected the fear that gnawed at me even as I lent my voice to the chorus of Bradys singing, 'It's a Sunshine Day.' "
Besides the story that she screwed up an interview with Steven Spielberg because she was high, we want to see if previous rumors she experimented a bit with costar Eve Plumb (who played Jan) were true. That makes those 4 p.m. reruns seem so different.