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Ann B. Davis

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Ann B. Davis

TV Actress


Who was Ann B. Davis?

Ann B. Davis, the beloved actress who brought the character of Alice Nelson to life on the iconic TV show "The Brady Bunch," left an indelible mark on the hearts of viewers. Born on May 3, 1926, in Schenectady, New York, Davis embarked on a successful acting career that spanned decades.

Her breakthrough came in the 1950s when she won two Emmy Awards for her role as Charmaine "Schultzy" Schultz in "The Bob Cummings Show." However, it was her portrayal of Alice, the live-in housekeeper for the Brady family, that etched her name into television history.

From 1969 to 1974, Davis brought warmth, humor, and a touch of maternal wisdom to the Brady household. As the intermediary between the six Brady children and their parents, Alice became an integral part of the show's charm. Davis's impeccable comedic timing and endearing portrayal earned her the love and admiration of fans across generations.

Post-"Brady Bunch," Davis continued to make sporadic appearances in the entertainment industry. Her legacy, however, remains intertwined with the timeless appeal of the show that brought laughter and life lessons to living rooms worldwide.


Some of the most recently added connections of famous kin for Ann B. Davis

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Levi Parsons Morton

22nd U.S. Vice-President

6th cousin 3 times removed
via John Howland

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Taylor Lautner

TV and Movie Actor

9th cousin 4 times removed
via John Howland

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Taylor Lautner

TV and Movie Actor

11th cousin 2 times removed
via John Samson

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Taylor Lautner

TV and Movie Actor

9th cousin 3 times removed
via John Cooke

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Bob Moore

Co-Founder, Bob's Red Mill

9th cousin
via Henry Samson

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Diane Brewster

TV and Movie Actress

10th cousin
via John Alden

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Diane Brewster

TV and Movie Actress

10th cousin
via William Collier

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Diane Brewster

TV and Movie Actress

10th cousin 1 time removed
via Richard Warren

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Diane Brewster

TV and Movie Actress

8th cousin
via James Fitch Jr.

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Lyman Spitzer

Astronomer and Theoretical Physicist

7th cousin 1 time removed
via Alice Bradford

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Chord Overstreet

Musician, TV and Movie Actor

9th cousin 4 times removed
via John Howland

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Chord Overstreet

Musician, TV and Movie Actor

9th cousin 2 times removed
via Henry Cobb

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Henry P. Baldwin

15th Governor of Michigan

6th cousin 4 times removed
via John Alden

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Henry P. Baldwin

15th Governor of Michigan

6th cousin 5 times removed
via Richard Kimball Jr.

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Henry P. Baldwin

15th Governor of Michigan

5th cousin 4 times removed
via Constant Southworth

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Charles M. Dale

66th Governor of New Hampshire

8th cousin 2 times removed
via John Alden

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Charles M. Dale

66th Governor of New Hampshire

9th cousin 1 time removed
via Richard Warren

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James Garfield

20th U.S. President

8th cousin 4 times removed
via Henry Scott

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Calvin Coolidge

30th U.S. President

9th cousin 2 times removed
via Peter Coffin

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Tennessee Williams

Author of A Streetcar Named Desire

8th cousin 2 times removed
via Tristam Coffin

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Richard Kimball

(c1595 - 1675)
Elizabeth passenger 1634

10th great-grandfather

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Charles A. Pillsbury

Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

7th cousin 4 times removed
via Richard Kimball Jr.

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John Sargent Pillsbury

Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

6th cousin 5 times removed
via Richard Kimball Jr.

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Bill Belichick

NFL Head Coach

10th cousin
via Thomas Gardner

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Gerald Ford

38th U.S. President

10th cousin 1 time removed
via Tristam Coffin

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