Everyone’s favorite “Brady Bunch” actor Barry Williams is always capturing his fans’ hearts. The actor regularly shares his life and reflections through social media and everyone is about it. Recently, the actor posted a picture looking rather snazzy – and his fans are going wild.
Donning a brimmed maroon hat and suit, the actor posed while announcing an Instagram Live appearance Sunday afternoon.
Soon, fans started flooding his page with encouraging comments. Many simply stated they “loved the hat.” Others commented on the outfit calling “The Brady Bunch” star a “sharp-dressed man.”
The 67-year-old is known for playing Greg Brady, the eldest of the Brady boys, from 1969 to 1974. The sitcom is a generational part of television that will last for ages. Just recently, the cast visited a reconstructed Brady home in a nostalgic reunion. The home was a renovation project by HGTV to make the original exterior home (which was filmed in Studio City, California) match the interior of the home (which was filmed on a set).
The entire project was completed in 2019 and when the original cast saw it, they were astonished.
“The Brady Bunch” Stars Visit Renovated ‘Brady’ House
“It’s nostalgic but sentimental,” Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady, told the New York Post. “It’s extraordinary what (HGTV) did. … HGTV didn’t know exactly where they going with it at first so they consulted with all of us, and what emerged is emotionally packed and relatable to the series. You can sense the presence of Alice cooking dinner.”
The home cost $3.5 million to reconstruct. Though, “The Brady Bunch” cast members said it was totally worth it for feeling those bittersweet memories.
“It looks and feels exactly familiar in the best way,” Maureen McCormick, who played the iconic Marcia Brady, says. “It really is amazing.”
Each cast member has shared how the experience filming “The Brady Bunch” impacted their lives in the aftermath of the show. Though it lasted only five years, repeat episodes became a part of households everywhere, giving the show a lasting legacy.
“I think it’s now a nostalgia thing, but initially it was a child’s show for children to tap into. And then it became nostalgia as soon as people got old enough to look on what they consumed as a child,” Actor Christopher Knight told the New York Post of his experience. “We’re doing that right now. Regardless of whatever generation you are… it’s the same loop for everyone, regardless of their era. The Brady Bunch has never not been around [it seems].”