Eve Plumb

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Eve Aline Plumb (born April 29, 1958) is an American actress and painter. She is best known for her portrayal of Jan Brady in the iconic television sitcom The Brady Bunch.

Early career

Eve was a young child when her acting career began in TV commercials in 1966. The following year, she appeared on The Virginian, The Big Valley and Lassie. In 1968, she appeared on It Takes A Thief and Family Affair; in the latter she played a terminally ill girl on the episode "Christmas Came A Little Early". In 1969, aged 11, she appeared on an episode of Gunsmoke.

Jan Brady, the middle sister

In the 1969–1974 ABC hit series The Brady Bunch, Plumb portrayed Jan Brady, one of three sisters. Featured storylines included Jan's insecurity over wearing glasses, being a middle child, embarrassment over not having a boyfriend and concerns about her future appearance. But it was in an episode centering on Jan's jealousy of her older sister, Marcia, that Plumb spoke what many consider to be the most quoted and most famous line of the entire series: "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!"

A couple of "Brady Bunch" episodes featured the kids singing and, as a result, Plumb and the rest of the younger cast recorded several albums, including "Christmas with The Brady Bunch" and "Meet The Brady Bunch." The children also took part in a concert tour of the country under the name "The Brady Bunch Kids". From 1972–1974, Plumb and her TV siblings...
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