11 Things You Didn't Know About Ann B. Davis, The Brady Bunch's 'Alice'
Although an accredited actress for many years, it wasn't until taking on the role as the voice of reason in the Brady household did Ann B. Davis become a household name. For over 40 years, she was known as Alice, the maid, third parent and voice of reason on the iconic 1970's series, "The Brady Bunch." While much was known about her character, little was revealed about this talented woman's personal life, as she wished it to remain private. Upon her death on June 1, 2014 of a subdural hematoma, Davis was thrust back into the spotlight once again, this time as a woman who raised a generation of television kids with her wisdom, bright smile and joyful personality. But how much do we really know about this award-winning actress, who never took her success for granted. Summing up the love fans have for her in one sentence. "All of us wish we had an Alice. I wish I had an Alice," Davis stated.