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Maureen McCormick
Maureen McCormick
Roles Young Endora
Little Endora (uncredited)
Biographical Information
Birth Name Maureen Denise McCormick
Birthdate August 5, 1956
Birthplace Encino, Los Angeles, California, United States[1]

Maureen McCormick played Young Endora in "Trick or Treat" (1965) and Little Endora in "...And Something Makes Three" (1964). She was uncredited for the latter role.


Maureen Denise McCormick was born on August 5, 1956, in Encino, Los Angeles, California. She is an actress, singer and author.

She portrayed Marcia Brady on the ABC television sitcom The Brady Bunch (1969-1974), and reprised the role in several of the numerous Brady Bunch spin-offs and films, including The Brady Kids, The Brady Bunch Hour, The Brady Brides and A Very Brady Christmas (1988). McCormick also appeared in The Idolmaker (1980) as well as a wide range of other supporting film roles. In the 1980s and 1990s, she ventured into stage acting, appearing in a variety of different roles and productions such as Wendy Darling in Peter Pan and Betty Rizzo in Grease. McCormick also had a brief career as a recording artist, releasing four studio albums with The Brady Bunch cast as well as touring with them. Her only release as a solo artist to date is a country music album, When You Get a Little Lonely (1995).[2]

Her acting career began at age six when she won the Baby Miss San Fernando Valley contest, which opened up the glamorous world of acting to the future teen. At age seven, her first role was in a play, and within a year, she was a popular choice for television commercials and sitcoms. In addition to ads for Barbie and Kool Aid, McCormick was seen on Bewitched (1964), My Three Sons (1960) and Camp Runamuck (1965). She also did voice-over recordings for a dozen Mattel talking dolls.

When The Brady Kids became a singing group on the side, producers noticed her special talent for singing and encouraged the recording of a number of solo tracks, some of which turned up later on the LP "Chris Knight and Maureen McCormick". Years later, she would attempt to revive her singing career, with the 1995 Country CD "When You Get a Little Lonely".

McCormick married Michael Cummings in 1985 and together they have a daughter, Natalie.[3]

Updated April 3, 2020


  1. Maureen McCormick on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on February 14, 2020.
  2. Maureen McCormick on Wikipedia. Retrieved on April 3, 2020, edited.
  3. Maureen McCormick on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on April 3, 2020, edited.
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