" Now Dad were talking Man to man to Man not kid to man but man to man to man" - Greg Brady to Mike Brady
Greg, played by Barry Williams on The Brady Bunch TV series.
|Born:||ca. 1955 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.|
|Parents:||Mike (father) and Carol Brady (stepmother)|
|Relatives:||Marcia Brady (stepsister)|
Peter Brady (brother)
Jan Brady (stepsister)
Bobby Brady (brother)
Cindy Brady (stepsister)
Wally Logan (stepbrother-in-law)
Jessica Logan (step-niece)
Mickey Logan (step-nephew)
Phillip Covington (stepbrother-in-law)
Patty Covington (adoptive step-niece)
|Appeared on:||The Brady Bunch |
The Brady Bunch Hour
|Character played by:||Barry Williams(on The Brady Bunch TV series)|
Chad Doreck in The Brady Bunch in the White House (2002)
Christopher Daniel Barnes in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
Gregory Stanford "Greg" Brady was the oldest of the Brady Bunch Kids. Played by Barry Williams on the ABC-TV series The Brady Bunch, Williams also reprised the role for all of the subsequent TV movies, specials, and spinoff series, with the exception of the 2002 FOX TV movie The Brady Bunch in the White House, where the part was played by actor Chad Doreck. On the big screen, the role was played by Christopher Daniel Barnes in The Brady Bunch Movie, and its sequel, simply titled A Very Brady Sequel.
Greg, was born ca. 1955. He is the oldest of the Brady Kids, is sort of "the Casanova of Clinton Avenue" and the grooviest guy ever to attend Westdale High. Greg is a born leader, and is secure in his position as the senior Brady boy. He's into politics and is generally a level-headed guy. Greg is also a multi-tasking athlete, playing baseball, basketball and football. He is strong academically and has a serious interest in the arts, among them filmmaking, photography and song writing. Greg always says what he means and pays up when he loses a contest.Greg usually fights with His sister Marcia And since Peter and bobby look Up to Greg They Sometimes fight with their sisters as well as Greg.
He's extremely popular but he never lets his big-man-on-campus persona get in the way of doing the right thing. He'll vote for the best cheerleader whether she's his sister or not, tell the other school's team that they stole a phony playbook and even return the rival high school's goat. Greg's finest moment may have been when he told Marcia that she was a groovy chick -- even if she was his sister. </span>Greg loves and looks out for all his siblings and is a great big brother, Greg seems to be a little over protective with all three girls. It wasn't until the end of the fourth season that Greg got his own room (in the attic). His In the final season of The Brady Bunch, Greg is given the nickname "Johnny Bravo". However Greg discovered it was because "he fit the suit" "They didn't want me; they wanted a robot," Greg said to stepmom Carol and dad Mike. Greg is portrayed as self-confident and brassy at times, and generally acts as leader and spokesman for the other Brady kids. Being the eldest of the Brady children, Greg is usually the one who devises all of their plans. As the series carried on, Greg became somewhat of a "ladies' man" at school. Also as the character got older, Greg often attempted to disassociate himself from the younger siblings, eventually getting his own room in the attic. In the 1988 ABC-TV holiday movie A Very Brady Christmas, it is established that following the original series, Greg went on to become an obstetrician. He married Nora (who also reprised the role in the 1990 CBS-TV series The Bradys), a nurse at the hospital where they are both employed, and they have a son named Kevin Brady.
In the second-season episode, "The Babysitters" (airdate: October 2, 1970), Greg mentions that he is 14.
Later in that season, in "Call Me Irresponsible" (October 30, 1970), Greg mentions that he will be 15 in a month.
In "The Wheeler-Dealer" (October 8, 1971), Greg is seen getting his driver's license. In California, the minimum age for driving is 16.
Greg is also established at 16 later in the third season, in "Dough Re Mi" (January 14, 1972).