Maureen McCormick Toasts Lauren Holly’s Birthday with Throwback Pic with Bridget Moynahan

by Joe Rutland
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Maureen McCormick of “The Brady Bunch” wanted to wish best bud Lauren Holly a happy birthday. So, she went on Instagram and did just that.

Well, Outsiders, there’s also another person in the pic. Bridget Moynahan of “Blue Bloods” rounds out the photo of these three good friends.

Let’s see what McCormick sent out on Thursday afternoon.

Holly, who turned 58 on Thursday, has had starring roles in “Picket Fences,” “NCIS,” and “Motive.”

As for movies, she appeared in “Dumb and Dumber” with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.

These days, Holly reportedly lives in Canada with her three children.

Still, what a nice reminder from McCormick about Holly on her special day.

Maureen McCormick Recalls ‘Genuine Love’ Among Stars on ‘The Brady Bunch’

All of us baby boomers remember Maureen McCormick for her role as Marcia Brady on the ABC sitcom.

“The Brady Bunch” debuted in 1969 and would run for five seasons.

But there’s something endearing about the show to this day.

Back in 2019, cast members still alive talked with the New York Post.

McCormick has some ideas on why “The Brady Bunch” remains such a popular show even today.

“The bottom line is that it was about love, coming together, working out innocent problems people had,” McCormick said to the New York Post. “And a lot of them were basic problems that still exist. We all kind of celebrated working it out together. And I think we all really loved each other — there was a genuine love for all people on the show. I think that resonates.”

‘Brady Bunch’ Star Explains Why She Never Felt Need to Ditch Show Business

Many actors who find themselves typecast after a specific role, and cannot get another role, might just pack up and leave show business.

Not with McCormick.

She talked about it in 2017 with Jim Norton and Sam Roberts for their SiriusXM show.

McCormick talked with the hosts about her long acting career.

Now Roberts and Norton asked her if any thought occurred about going away after The Brady Bunch finished its run.

McCormick said, “I have never really had that. I have always just really loved what I’m doing.” Yet McCormick knew that after being on “The Brady Bunch” show business was for her.

She also admits to having some favorites while growing up and watching television.

McCormick grew up on TV and admired “the Carol Burnetts, the Lucille Balls, the Mary Tyler Moores, and the Dick Van Dykes.”

“It is something I have always been really passionate about,” she said. “I always want to be better, push myself, and try new things.”

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