Eve Plumb
Actress, painter
Eve Plumb
Eve Aline Plumb is an American actress and painter. She is best known for her portrayal of Jan Brady in the iconic television sitcom The Brady Bunch.
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'Brady Bunch' star's Malibu beachfront bungalow poised for a reboot
LATimes - 6 months
At 10 years old, Eve Plumb — who played frustrated middle child Jan Brady on “The Brady Bunch” — made her first real estate purchase: a humble $55,300 Malibu bungalow. Forty-eight years later, Plumb sold the three-bedroom home for $3.9 million. Even by Malibu oceanfront standards, that’s an impressive...
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'Brady Bunch' Star Sells Malibu Bungalow She Bought At Age 11
Huffington Post - 7 months
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'Brady Bunch' star Eve Plumb makes millions with sale of Malibu home
Fox News - 7 months
Former “Brady Bunch” star Eve Plumb sold her Malibu beach home for $3.9 million last week after purchasing the house in 1969 for $55,300, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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'Brady Bunch' actress Eve Plumb sells the Malibu home she bought at age 11
LATimes - 7 months
After years of “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia,” Jan is finally having her moment in the sun. Actress-painter Eve Plumb of “The Brady Bunch” fame has sold her home in Malibu for $3.9 million after decades of ownership. Though she played the part of awkward middle child to a T on the sitcom, it appears...
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Exclusive: Talking Real Estate With 'Brady Bunch's Jan Brady -- All Grown Up!
Fox News - about 1 year
Actress and artist Eve Plumb spoke with us about her Malibu home, real estate in general, and some savvy housing advice she picked up over the years. The post Exclusive: Talking Real Estate With 'Brady Bunch's Jan Brady -- All Grown Up! appeared first on Real Estate News and Advice - realtor.com.
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Eight Holiday TV Movies That Should Air in 2016
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When December's shopping and baking are done and it's time to relax over cookies and TV, we usually turn to feature films like Elf or A Christmas Carol. We might even look for I Love Lucy or Honeymooners Yuletide episodes or check out the newest holiday specials. But television has been producing its own seasonal movies, hundreds of them, ever since the small screen was actually small. They run the gamut from brilliant to awful, but even some of the trashiest can be as sweet and comforting as cocoa on the first chilly night of the year. The problem is that so many new films materialize each year while older ones tend to disappear quickly. And unlike movies released in theaters, too few resurface on DVD, Hulu or Netflix. So I'm starting next year's Christmas list early. Here are eight holiday TV movies, in no special order, that I've enjoyed in the past and hope to see once more. They're only the first to occur to me, so I'm likely to make additional requests in the future. And ...
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'The Talk' Celebrates Florence Henderson's Birthday With 'Brady Bunch' Reunion
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Here's the story of a lovely lady! The great Florence Henderson turns 80 on Valentine's Day and the CBS Daytime hit "The Talk" will get a jump on the festivities with an hour devoted to the actress and her classic 1970s sitcom, "The Brady Bunch." Airing Thursday, Feb. 13 (2 p.m./ET, 1 p.m. CT/PT), the special episode will reunite Henderson, who played mama Carol Brady, with costars Christopher Knight (Peter), Mike Lookinland (Bobby), Susan Olsen (Cindy) and Barry Williams (Greg). Ann B. Davis (Alice) and Eve Plumb will deliver special videotaped messages to mark Henderson's milestone.
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Curtis M. Wong: James Wesley's Unbroken Circle Is An Emotional, Even Comedic Look At Coping With Sexual Abuse
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The complex issues explored in Unbroken Circle would be enough to send even the most tenacious of individuals scrambling for a psychiatrist. By the conclusion of the new off-Broadway play, however, one gets the sense that each of the fictional family members would rather sweep those skeletons -- which include physical, sexual and psychological abuse -- to the back of a deep, dark closet than attempt to make amends. Currently playing at St. Luke's Theatre in New York, Unbroken Circle shouldn't be similarly brushed aside; despite its imperfections, the show delivers a surprising punch and finds subtle humor in what is ostensibly a catastrophic family scenario. As noted in the program, playwright James Wesley loosely based Unbroken Circle on the experiences of his great-grandmother, whom he says was a victim of sexual abuse. Though his show does not appear to be otherwise autobiographical, Wesley says he was particularly interested in why abuse "often continues from gener ...
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Theater Review: Eve Plumb Meets Texas Comedy in ‘Unbroken Circle’
NYTimes - almost 4 years
James Wesley’s “Unbroken Circle,” at St. Luke’s Theater, stars Eve Plumb in a Texas comedy-drama with a whiff of “August: Osage County.”     
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Vanity Fair: Paul Rudd on Stuttering, Bullying, and How He Still Uses Humor as a Defense Mechanism
Huffington Post - over 4 years
By Bennett Marcus, Vanity Fair The first-ever Paul Rudd All Star Bowling Benefit on Monday raised funds for Our Time, an organization that helps young people who stutter bolster their confidence and communication skills. So how did this become the "Paul Rudd" bowling benefit? The actor explained that he found out about the organization six years ago, while doing research for a play in which his character stuttered. "I got to know the kids, and I came to some of their meetings and learned about the foundation," Rudd told VF Daily at the event at Lucky Strike in Manhattan. "And I think playing a character who had a really bad stutter, I kind of, for the first time, really approached this affliction from the point of view of somebody who suffers from it," he said. "I started thinking how hard it is to be a kid anyway, how hard it is to kind of talk with anybody, regardless of how old you are, but then to have a stutter, and have to contend with bullies, and, you kno ...
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Regina Weinreich: Bowling for Our Time and West Side Story on Broadway
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Among the many theater talents donning their bowling shoes at Lucky Strike on Monday night in support of Our Time -- Paul Rudd, Steve Kazee, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Eve Plumb, Noah Emmerich, Mariska Hargitay, to name a few, one stood out: Julianna Padilla. A young woman who bravely introduced herself in a determined effort, illustrating a mastery of strength over stutter, then blew the crowd away singing "Put Your Hand Up," her own composition. Her act illustrated the success of an organization committed to helping young people who stutter step forward in school, theater, and life with skill and confidence. Steve Kazee, the star of this year's Tony-winning Once said he was moved to participate because he lisped as a kid, not the same thing, he said, but he could relate. The evening's host, Paul Rudd on his night off from Grace at the Cort Theater, played a stutterer in a play, Three Days of Rain, a few seasons ago and came to Taro Alexander, Our Time's founder, to learn how to d ...
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Celeb birthdays for the week of April 29-May 5
Yahoo News - almost 5 years
April 29: Actress Celeste Holm is 95. Poet Rod McKuen is 79. Actor Keith Baxter is 79. Bluesman Otis Rush is 78. Conductor Zubin Mehta is 76. Pop singer Bob Miranda (The Happenings) is 70. Country singer Duane Allen (The Oak Ridge Boys) is 69. Singer Tommy James is 65. Movie director Phillip Noyce is 62. Country musician Wayne Secrest (Confederate Railroad) is 62. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is 58. Actor Leslie Jordan is 57. Actress Kate Mulgrew is 57. Actor Daniel Day-Lewis is 55. Actress Michelle Pfeiffer is 54. Actress Eve Plumb is 54. Rock musician Phil King is 52. Country singer Stephanie Bentley is 49. Actor Vincent Ventresca is 46. Singer Carnie Wilson (Wilson Phillips) is 44. Actor Paul Adelstein is 43. Actress Uma Thurman is 42. Tennis player Andre Agassi is 42. Rapper Master P is 42. Country singer James Bonamy is 40. Gospel/rhythm-and-blues singer Erica Campbell (Mary Mary) is 40. Rock musician Mike Hogan (The Cranberries) is 39. Actor Tyler Labine is 34. Actress-model Taylor Col ...
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews and Openings 'After.' (previews start on Wednesday; opens on Sept. 21) Following its success last season with Samuel D. Hunter's
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'Bogboy' (previews start on Wednesday; opens on Sept. 10) Originally developed as a radio play, this drama of
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'Completeness' (in previews; opens on Sept. 13) So this computer scientist hooks up with a molecular biologist in the
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Theater Listings: Aug. 26 — Sept. 1 - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
(Gates) 'Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, & Marriage' The gimmick here is that Miss Abigail — played by Eve Plumb of “The Brady Bunch” when the show opened last year but now played by Joyce DeWitt of “Three's Company” — dispenses advice about
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Eve Plumb
  • 2016
    Age 57
    In 2016, Plumb sold the Malibu home that she had purchased at the age of 11 in 1969.
    More Details Hide Details She bought the 1950s beach bungalow in Escondido for $55,000 and sold it for $3.9 million. The American New York City-based alternative rock band Eve's Plum derived its name from the actress. One of the members was reportedly within Plumb's circle of friends.
  • 2013
    Age 54
    Also in 2013, she had a small part in film Blue Ruin.
    More Details Hide Details In January, 2016 Eve reprised the role of shop teacher Mrs.Murdoch (originally played by Alice Ghostly in the 1978 movie Grease) in Fox's production of Grease Live. In July 2016 Eve attended the Democratic National Convention as a member of Broadway at the DNC and was part of ensemble of Broadway stars who sang a rendition of What the World Needs Now. Plumb has been painting for more than two decades and has enjoyed success at select galleries across the U.S. Plumb has been married to Ken Pace, a business and technology consultant, since 1995. They do not have any children. She lives in Laguna Beach, California, and has served on the city's Design Review Board.
    In 2013, she had a guest-starring role on Law and Order: SVU as Angela Brooks in the episode "Monster's Legacy" and a guest-starring role on Army Wives as Reba Green in the episode "Damaged".
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  • 2010
    Age 51
    In 2010, Plumb originated the title character in the New York production of Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage, inspired by a book and website of the same name.
    More Details Hide Details The role was her first New York stage role. She was next seen on the New York stage when she starred in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's award-winning Love, Loss, and What I Wore, and she co-starred in Same Time, Next Year with Broadway's John Bolton at the Surflight Theater in Beach Haven, New Jersey. July–October 2013, Plumb portrayed Aunt June in the off-Broadway play Unbroken Circle by James Wesley.
  • 2008
    Age 49
    Also in 2008, Plumb was a guest on The Florence Henderson Show on RLTV, hosted by her former TV mom.
    More Details Hide Details Plumb appeared in a number of made-for-television movies, including The House on Greenapple Road in 1970, The Force of Evil and Telethon in 1977, Secrets of Three Hungry Wives in 1978, The Night the Bridge Fell Down in 1983 and Yesterday Today in 1992. Her film credits include I'm Gonna Git You Sucka in 1988,... And God Spoke in 1993, Nowhere and Breast Men in 1997 and Manfast in 2003. In August 2008, Plumb appeared on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives.
    In 2008, she appeared on a special Brady-themed week of the syndicated game show Trivial Pursuit: America Plays, hosted by Christopher Knight, who played Peter Brady.
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  • 2007
    Age 48
    In 2007, Plumb was the only surviving cast member who was not on hand when TV Land honored The Brady Bunch with its Pop Culture Award.
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  • 2004
    Age 45
    In 2004, she was part of the TV Land production The Brady Bunch 35th Anniversary Reunion Special: Still Brady after All These Years.
    More Details Hide Details Plumb appeared on the December 18, 2006, premiere episode of the NBC game show Identity.
  • 2001
    Age 42
    In 2001, Plumb appeared on a special Brady-themed edition of the NBC game show The Weakest Link.
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  • 1996
    Age 37
    In 1996, she reminisced about her Brady years on The Rosie O'Donnell Show and on the E True Hollywood Story: The Brady Bunch.
    More Details Hide Details In 1998, Plumb was the original Pam Burkhart on That '70s Show (only seen in episode 6, "The Keg").
  • 1995
    Age 36
    Two years later she was interviewed as part of a 1995 retrospective special titled Brady Bunch Home Movies, produced by Susan Olsen, who played Cindy Brady.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, Plumb appeared on a special "child stars" installment of The Jenny Jones Show. From 1995 - 1997, Plumb was a member of the cast of the Saturday morning sitcom Fudge, playing the title character's mother, Mrs. Ann Hatcher. The show aired on ABC in its first season and moved to CBS for its second season. To promote the series, Plumb appeared on The Jon Stewart Show. Plumb also appeared in the movie Fudge-A-Mania (1997).
  • 1988
    Age 29
    She also appeared in the 1988 CBS television movie A Very Brady Christmas and its 1990 spinoff dramedy series, The Bradys.
    More Details Hide Details To promote their latest incarnation, the cast appeared on an episode of Sally Jessy Raphael, which is remembered for having been shot outdoors in Florida during a rainstorm. In 1993, Plumb had a brief role as Mrs. Noah in the B-Movie mockumetary And God Spoke.
  • 1981
    Age 22
    Plumb returned to the "Jan" role for the 1981 NBC TV movie The Brady Girls Get Married, which led to The Brady Brides, a short-lived sitcom in which she co-starred with Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia Brady.
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  • 1976
    Age 17
    Plumb was the only original cast member who declined to reunite for the 1976–77 variety show The Brady Bunch Hour on ABC.
    More Details Hide Details Much was made of her absence, including accusations that she no longer wanted to be associated with the Bradys. Plumb has stated in interviews that she was willing to do the variety show's original special episode, but could not commit to a five-year option for additional shows. Her role would be filled by Geri Reischl, who went on to be known among Brady Bunch fans as "fake Jan". The show lasted for only nine episodes.
    After The Brady Bunch ended, Plumb's first notable role was that of a teenage prostitute in the 1976 NBC television movie Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared in the sequel Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn. Plumb starred as "Beth" in NBC productions of Little Women, both a TV movie and a short-lived series. Plumb also made numerous guest-starring appearances in such shows as Here's Lucy, The Love Boat, That 70's Show, Fantasy Island, Wonder Woman, One Day at a Time,The Facts of Life, Murder, She Wrote, The Super Mario Brothers Super Show, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and All My Children. She appeared in the episode "The Force of Evil" from the 1977 series Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected (known in the United Kingdom as Twist in the Tale).
  • 1974
    Age 15
    After The Brady Bunch was canceled in 1974, it went on to even greater success in syndicated reruns.
    More Details Hide Details The show has never left the television airwaves and eventually spawned numerous spinoffs, reunion specials, feature films, and parodies. Several episodes of the show featured the Brady kids singing and as a result, Plumb and the rest of the younger cast recorded several albums. Plumb would also provide a monologue for the Pat Williams Orchestra's 1974 recording of "California Love Story". The single was co-produced by Plumb's recording executive father, Neely Plumb.
  • 1972
    Age 13
    Plumb also supplied the voice of Jan in the ABC Saturday morning cartoon The Brady Kids from 1972 to 1973.
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  • 1969
    Age 10
    From 1969 to 1974, Plumb appeared as middle sister Jan Brady in the ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch.
    More Details Hide Details Her featured storylines included Jan's embarrassment over not having a boyfriend, concerns about her future appearance, being a middle child, and her insecurity over wearing glasses. Several episodes centered on Jan's jealousy of older sister Marcia, resulting in the famous "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" line that has arguably become the quintessential quote of the series.
    In 1969, she appeared on an episode of Gunsmoke.
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  • 1968
    Age 9
    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".
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  • 1966
    Age 7
    Plumb was a young child when her acting career began in TV commercials in 1966.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she appeared on The Virginian, The Big Valley, and Lassie.
  • 1958
    Born on April 29, 1958.
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