It has been rumored that Ann B. Davis didn't like working with children in general, but Maureen McCormick, who played oldest daughter Marcia on The Brady Bunch, doesn't believe that's true. "She was just quiet," says McCormick, who remembers how Ann used to go off by herself in-between scenes and knit.
In the early 90s, Ann B. Davis went to the Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
Ann B. Davis lectures and testifies before church groups around the country.
During the mid-80s, Ann B. Davis was the spokeswoman in commercials for Minute Rice.
Ann B. Davis entertained the troops when she toured Vietnam, Thailand and Korea with the USO.
After seeing her older brother perform in the play Oklahoma!, Ann switched her major to acting.
While in college, Ann B. Davis studied pre-Med and her sister Harriet majored in acting.
Ann B. Davis wrote a book called Alice's Brady Bunch Cookbook.
Ann B. Davis retired from show business in 1974. Her retirement only lasted less than two years.
Ann B. Davis has never been married.
In 1960, Ann B. Davis could be seen on a commercial for the Ford Fairlane.
Ann B. Davis has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her star is located at 7048 Hollywood Blvd, in California.
In 2004, Ann B. Davis appeared in commercials for Swiffer Floor Cleaners, along with other well known maids and butlers from different TV shows.
Ann B. Davis is best known for her role as Alice the housekeeper on the hit show The Brady Bunch.
The first movie that Ann appeared in was Strategic Air Command in 1955.
Ann graduated from the University of Michigan in 1948, with a B.A. in Theatre.
Ann is a Born Again Christian.
While filming all of the Brady shows, Ann's character, Alice, was known for always wearing a blue uniform with a white apron over it.
Ann has a twin sister, who has made a guest appearance on The Brady Bunch.
Ann was one of only two original cast members of The Brady Bunch who was a regular cast member on all three of the following shows: The Brady Bunch, The Brady Brides, and The Bradys. The other original cast member was Eve Plumb (Jan Brady).