Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia on The Brady Bunch, once said that out of all six Brady kids, Barry was "the most enthusiastic and ambitious."
Barry has said that if he could have kept anything from the Brady Bunch set, it would be the wooden rocking horse in the living room. "That thing was so cool," he has said.
Barry Williams released an album called The Return of Johnny Bravo.
Barry Williams appears in the music video for Peter Gabriel's song "The Barry Williams Show," eventhough the song wasn't written about him.
Barry Williams was the co-executive producer of the TV movie Growing Up Brady.
In 2004, Barry Williams appeared in a number of television ads for Airborne Cold Remedy.
When Barry Williams got married, his Brady Bunch co-star, Christopher Knight, was his best man.
Barry Williams was ranked as number twenty two on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars."
Barry Williams is a host of a program on Sirius Satellite Radio's Totally '70s channel.
On January 17th 2003, Barry Williams had a son named Brandon Eric Williams. Brandon weighed 7 pounds 7 1/2 ounces
Barry Williams was married to Diane Martin from 1990 until 1992. He then was married to Eila May Matt from 1999 until 2006.
Barry Williams faced off against Danny Bonaduce in a celebrity boxing match, but lost.
In 2001, Barry Williams was fined $50,000 by the Actors Equity for appearing in a non-Equity tour of The Sound of Music.
In 1992, Barry wrote a book called Growing Up Brady...I Was a Teenage Greg. The book spent more than three months on the New York Times bestseller list and sold over 300,000 copies.
Barry Williams has been married twice.
Barry Williams is 5'11" tall.
He used to have a crush on Maureen McCormick who played Marcia.
Barry Williams: Tiger the dog had a showdown with a fast moving flower truck in the middle of the street and lost.
Barry Williams: I don't think of myself as a role model. I do try to live in a compassionate, considerate and positive way. The only advice I can offer is to find what you love to do, find the joy in it, and express yourself through your passion.
Barry Williams: I am a big Bewitched fan... something about the way Elizabeth Montgomery twitched her nose.