‘The Brady Bunch’ Star Christopher Knight Wishes Wife Cara Happy Birthday with Touching Message

by Joe Rutland
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Christopher Knight of “The Brady Bunch” took time out this week to wish his wife Cara a happy birthday. He shared it on social media.

Knight, who played middle brother Peter Brady on the ABC sitcom, sent these lovely wishes to her on Instagram.

Take a look for yourself, Outsiders.

He has been married to the former Cara Kokenes in 2016.

Knight was part of “The Brady Bunch” for all five seasons. He’s gone on to make appearances in other TV shows as well as “Brady”-themed TV specials.

‘The Brady Bunch’ Star Found Success In Computer Industry After Show Ended

Beyond his acting career, Knight has found a lot of success in the computer industry. It was a way for him to find an outlet beyond acting for wealth and prosperity.

Still, millions of people young and old alike (even some Outsiders, too) will know his as Peter Brady. Knight is OK with that after struggling for some time with still being seen in that role.

Here’s a little TV trivia for you. What two classic TV shows did Knight appear in before joining “The Brady Bunch”?

Both shows were on CBS. Well, he appeared on the private-eye show “Mannix” starring Mike Connors in 1967. Then, Knight made an appearance on “Gunsmoke” in 1968. But that was it ahead of executive producer and show creator Sherwood Schwartz giving him a role of a lifetime.

Knight Looks At Some Regrets While Also Sharing Gratitude For Special Time

During an interview, Christopher Knight was asked if he had any regrets he looked back on in his life. “The Brady Bunch” star answered that question.

“Any life regrets? Little ones, I mean not regrets but things I should have done,” Knight said in a 2019 interview for “Really Famous with Kara Mayer Robinson.” “I wish I would have finished school. I wish I could’ve. (And) I would have enjoyed, you know, school had I been able to conquer some of the stuff that ADHD sort of brings with it.

“If I was just aware of it and had people around me, perhaps, aware of it,” he said. “And maybe I was born 20 years late. People would have identified it for me.”

Knight has dealt with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in his life. Now, what is he grateful for in life?

He turns to “The Brady Bunch.”

“Well I’m sitting here, the obvious thing is the thing I’m grateful for because it still bears fruit today 50 years later,” Knight said.

Knight is not the oldest living cast member these days. Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady, is currently 67 years old.

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