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Maureen Mc Cormick is famous for her role as the Brady Bunch's wholesome older sister, but off-screen the actress couldn't have been more opposite.
While her character Marcia Brady was winning over audiences with her fresh-faced charm, Mc Cormick was spiralling into depression and resorting to drug abuse, she admits in a shocking tell-all book.
And as for the struggle reconciling herself with her on-screen persona?
But it was only a gentle peck on the cheek."Mc Cormick, who was 14 when debuted in 1969, writes that she battled with personal insecurities and anxiety while hiding behind the "girl next door" image of her well-loved TV character.But I was insecure and either high or spaced out (most likely both), and I didn't laugh at his jokes.Wholesome image: Clean-cut Marcia was lusted after by legions of young boys in the early Seventies'Though Steve was too polite and confident of his talent to say anything, I'm sure my inability to carry on a normal conversation or respond intelligently put him off,' she writes. I've always regretted my behaviour because he impressed me as an extraordinary guy.In her memoir Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady And Finding My True Voice, she opens up about her battle with cocaine addiction, trading sex for drugs, two abortions and debauched nights partying at the Playboy mansion.She says: 'I was hiding the reality of my life behind the unreal perfection of Marcia Brady.'No one suspected the fear that gnawed at me even as I lent my voice to the chorus of Bradys singing, "It's a Sunshine Day."' She also chronicles her romance with TV sibling Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady, and her dalliances with singer Michael Jackson and actor Steve Martin.
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After another outing, he did give me a kiss goodbye.