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'Brady Bunch' Actress Ann B. Davis Dead at 88

'Brady Bunch' Actress Ann B. Davis Dead at 88

Ann B. Davis, best known for her work as beloved housekeeper Alice on the Brady Bunch television series, has reportedly died at the age of 88, CNN reports.

According to her good friend, Ann fell and hit her head on Saturday morning in her bathroom, where she unfortunately developed a subdural hematoma and remained unconscious until her death.

On the Brady Bunch, Alice was always a source of comic relief, delivering great one liners to the Brady family.

Our thoughts are with Ann and her loved ones during this time.

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  • Pikes

    RIP, you provided me with many laughs during my life. I long for the days when we had talent on TV, not the kardashians.

  • lis

    She looked like a brunette Ellen Denagers. RIP

  • Angie

    Will forever love her!

    R.I.P. Ann B. Davis

  • Quinn

    You’ll always live on to make people laugh for generation to come R.I.P.

  • Chris

    She was great and if you ever heard her interviewed, a genuinely humble person, greatful for her opportunities.
    Part of my childhood.

  • HM

    Ann was always my favourite from ‘The Brady Bunch’; and she never failed to make me laugh. Such a talent. RIP, Ann!

  • jd

    what a great gal
    glad she had a long life

  • Shoegal421

    What a great lady. RIP.

  • holly

    Rest in peace sweet Ann. Many broken hearts out here.

  • jon m’shulla

    Good-Bye Anne. Rest In Peace and prayers and condolences for your family and friends.

  • Rocky


    AMEN!! TV was a wonderful thing before ‘reality’ crap became popular. RIP Alice! Condolences to all your family and friends.

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