Eve Aline Plumb is an American actress, singer, and painter. She is known for her portrayal of middle daughter Jan Brady on the sitcom The Brady Bunch. A native of Southern California, Plumb began appearing in commercials at age 7, and also had guest roles on the televisions series The Big Valley and The Virginian between 1966 and 1967. She was cast as Jan Brady on The Brady Bunch in 1969, and portrayed the role until the series' end in 1974. After, Plumb continued to work in television, portraying a teenage prostitute in the NBC television film Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway, and as Elizabeth March in the 1978 miniseries Little Women. Plumb continued to reprise her role as Jan Brady on numerous reunion series and films, including The Brady Brides and A Very Brady Christmas. She made her feature film debut with a minor role in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, and later appeared in Gregg Araki's black comedy Nowhere.
|Born:||Eve Aline Plumb, April 29, 1958, Burbank, California, U.S.|
|Residence:||Los Angeles, California, U.S, New York City, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actress, singer, painter|
|IMDb:||Eve Plumb's IMDb|
About Eve Plumb
Actress who played Jan Brady on the family TV series The Brady Bunch and appeared in It Takes a Thief and The Virginian. She portrayed Mrs. Murdock in the 2016 Fox broadcast of Grease Live!
She appeared in an episode of the series Lassie.
She appeared on the game show The Weakest Link.
She married businessman Kenneth Pace and has children from a previous marriage.
She was featured on the Jenny Jones show in an episode on child actors.
Information related to Eve Plumb
- Actresses from Burbank, California
- California State University, Northridge alumni