Susan Olsen was brought into the world on August 14, 1961. She is the third of a family of four, has two brothers; younger brother Larry, Christopher, who is 14 years older, and sister Diane, who is three years older.
Susan's first role was in a fabric softener commercial. This led to appearances on The Pat Boone Show, Ironside (1968), Julia, and in 1969 the Elvis Presley movie, The Trouble With Girls.
At seven years old, Susan charmed Sherwood Schwartz by telling him "she was on an episode of Gunsmoke when the horse got frightened by a snake." Susan with her blonde hair and (at the time) cute lisp, won Schwartz over. Schwartz says, "Susan was easiest to cast." Susan's mother heard from the agent and told Susan she was the first one picked for the Brady Cast.
During the run of the show, each of the cast members had a counter-gender sibling. Susan and TV brother, (Bobby) Michael Lookinland, were the first two to pair up "romantically". TV sisters, Maureen McCormick and Eve Plumb helped the young couple stage a pseudo-wedding. The relationship would only last a few seasons as Michael's adolescent interests would turn toward Eve in the later years.
Susan had stated she had no idea how popular the show and the actors had become until they filmed a Brady Bunch episode at King's Island in Ohio. Fans would follow them around because they had no security. Susan has commented, "It was a very lousy feeling as she is a very private person."
Audiences have warmed up to The Brady Bunch, sensing the chemistry of the six kids. Susan remembers how, "even the guest stars sensed the warmth on the set and didn't want to leave."
In 1972, the Bradys ventured into singing, cutting records and touring in live concerts. It was around this time that the politics started happening among the cast and producers of the show as the Brady kids began to feel they should gain a little more for their musical ambitions. Also, as Cindy/Susan got older, Susan felt that her character was not evolving and that scripts that were cute and adorable at 8 years old, were inappropriate at 11 or 12 years old.
The Brady Bunch eventually got canceled in the mid 70's, when the kids were outgrowing their teen years. Susan went on to participate in all of the Brady reunions except A Very Brady Christmas (1988). At the time of filming she was on her honeymoon with her first husband, Steve. The marriage would only last 2 years before they were divorced. Susan remarried and had her first child in 1996.
Susan has no regrets on her days as a Brady and left acting by choice during the 1980's. Susan claimed she was "frustrated with the mold Hollywood had of her" (not being able to get acting jobs because of her Cindy persona). Christopher Knight, (Peter) also made the choice to leave the acting arena (but that's another story).
Susan has kept busy over the years as a Graphic Designer, having a line of glow-in-the-dark Converse shoes back in the 1980's. She had a rock'n roll band for awhile and was a radio DJ in Los Angels. Most recently she has been an active spokesperson for migraine awareness, appearing on talk shows such as "Larry King Live". Susan also was an online DJ for the radio site Comedy World. However after her initial contract, she decided to leave the show to raise her adorable son, Michael. She participates in Brady reunions/documentaries and keeps in close contact with her television family. Although Susan is now all grown up, we can still see her as Cindy Brady (youngest one in curls) nearly every day on Nick-at-Nite.
As Susan once said, "There are only FIVE other people in the world who will know what the experience is like, being a Brady kid." Our best to Susan Olsen in all her endeavors and future career and family plans.
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Susan Olsen was born on August 14, 1961 (age 60) in Santa Monica, California, United States. She is a celebrity Actor. She joined movies and tvshows named The Brady Bunch (1969 – 1974), The Brady Kids (1972 – 1973), The Bradys (1990), The Brady Bunch Hour (1976 – 1977) and The Brady Bunch Movie (1995). She had 1 child Michael Markwell. Her spouse is Mitch Markwell (m. 1995–2004), Steve Ventimiglia (m. 1988–1990). Susan Olsen has 3 siblings in Her family: Christopher Olsen, Larry Olsen, Diane Olsen. Susan Olsen's height is 5′ 2″.
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Susan Olsen Biography[✎]
Former child actress who played Cindy Brady on the television series The Brady Bunch and the spin off series The Bradys.
She was married to Steve Ventimiglia from 1988 to 1990 and Mitch Markwell from 1995 to 2004.
She had her first acting role on the television series Ironsie at age seven.
In 2010, she made a guest appearance on the series The Young and the Restless.
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According to Forbes, Wikipedia, IMDB, and other reputable online sources, Susan Olsen has an estimated net worth of $2 Million at the age of 60 years old in year 2021. She has earned most of her wealth from her thriving career as a Actor from United States. It is possible that She makes money from other undiscovered sources
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At the age of 60, Susan Olsen's height is 5′ 2″ .
She played Florence Henderson 's on-screen daughter in The Brady Bunch.
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● Susan Olsen was born on August 14, 1961 (age 60) in Santa Monica, California, United States
● She is a celebrity actress
● She joined movies and tvshows named The Brady Bunch (1969 – 1974), The Brady Kids (1972 – 1973), The Bradys (1990), The Brady Bunch Hour (1976 – 1977) and The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
● She had 1 child Michael Markwell
● Her spouse is Mitch Markwell (m. 1995–2004), Steve Ventimiglia (m. 1988–1990)
● Susan Olsen has 3 siblings in Her family: Christopher Olsen, Larry Olsen, Diane Olsen
● Susan Olsen's height is 5′ 2″
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Following the death of Florence Henderson, the matriarch of "The Brady Bunch," here's a look at the other cast members from the iconic TV show:
Maureen McCormick went to a dark place after playing the oldest girl on "The Brady Bunch," including a five-year addiction to cocaine. She co-starred in the 1980 film "The Idolmaker," toured as Wendy Darling in "Peter Pan" and Betty Rizzo in "Grease" and has released several albums, including "When You Get a Little Lonely." She played country singer Barbara Mandrell in the TV biopic "Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story" and talked about her demons in the 2009 memoir, "Here's The Story." Just three days before her death, Henderson made an appearance at "Dancing With the Stars" to support McCormick, who is competing on the show.
Eve Plumb broke from her sweet image immediately after "The Brady Bunch" ended by starring as a 15-year-old prostitute in "Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway" in 1976. She's also become a painter, with gallery showings around the country. Her TV credits include guest spots on everything from "One Day at a Time" to "Murder, She Wrote," and from "The Love Boat" to "Fantasy Island." In the 1990s, she played the mother on the Judy Blume-based series "Fudge," and last January, appeared in the television special "Grease: Live!"
Before she was the "youngest one, in curls," Susan Olsen sang on "The Pat Boone Show" and had a bit part in an Elvis Presley movie, "The Trouble With Girls." As an adult, she studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and went on to become a radio talk show host, an artist, a designer who worked with Converse on their glow-in-the-dark sneakers, and an animal-welfare advocate. She co-wrote "Love to Love You Bradys" — a coffee table book about the horrifically bad "Brady Bunch Variety Hour" — and has a son diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome.
As a young child, actor Barry Williams appeared on TV shows such as "Dragnet," ''Mission: Impossible" and "The Mod Squad." At 14, he got the role of the eldest boy on "The Brady Bunch." Fresh off the series, he landed the lead in a road production of the musical "Pippin," put out the album of covers called "The Return of Johnny Bravo" and became a radio host. He also co-wrote the 1992 book "Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg," which stripped the saccharine veneer off one of TV's legendary families and revealed the hardwood hijinks underneath, including affairs and drunkenness.
Christopher Knight was doing commercials at the age of 7 and landed the part of the middle Brady brother at age 11. After the show ended, he went on to become a businessman and enjoyed a semi-resurgence in Hollywood throughout the 2000s by appearing on reality shows including "Celebrity Family Feud." While on season four of "The Surreal Life" in 2004, Knight met and fell in love with 2003 "America's Next Top Model" champion, Adrianne Curry, and the couple starred in their own spinoff reality show, "My Fair Brady." In 2011, on the five-year anniversary of their wedding, the stars called it quits.
Born with strawberry-blonde hair, Mike Lookinland's locks were dyed dark brown so he'd look more like a Brady. After "The Brady Bunch" ended, Lookinland battled alcoholism and found a fulfilling role on the other side of the camera. He went to the University of Utah and became a camera technician for almost 20 years, including shooting the TV series "Everwood" and the film "Way of the Gun," starring James Caan. Later Lookinland switched careers completely and now makes concrete countertops for a living.
Emmy-winning actress Ann B. Davis, who became the country's favorite and most famous housekeeper on "The Brady Bunch," died in 2014 at age 88. More than a decade before playing Alice, Davis was the razor-tongued secretary on another stalwart TV sitcom, "The Bob Cummings Show," which brought her two Emmys. Over the years, she also appeared on Broadway and in occasional movies. In 1965-66, she played a gym teacher at an exclusive girls' school in "The John Forsythe Show."
Robert Reed, who trained as a Shakespearean actor, only to gain fame as the father on "The Brady Bunch," died in 1992 at age 59. Reed appeared in movies, on Broadway and in several TV shows. He was born in Highland Park, Illinois, studied drama at Northwestern University and attended London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and the University of London. He was nominated for three Emmy Awards, including one for his 1975 work on "Medical Center," in which he played a transsexual doctor.
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‘Brady Bunch’ star Susan Olsen reveals reason she hated being on iconic sitcom
LOS ANGELES – Susan Olsen has enjoyed many of the spoils that came with being a child actor on the legendary family sitcom “The Brady Bunch.”
Now, at 58 and fresh off an exciting HGTV special series, where the surviving castmembers renovated the venerable “Brady Bunch” house, Olsen is opening up about her time as Cindy Brady and why she detested being on the series.
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“I say in order to have immortality, you have to have a soul and the soul is love. And I think that the love that was shown on the show, it was genuine between all of us cast members and I think people pick up on that,” Olsen told Fox News in reference to why the show has managed to stand the test of time so many years after its television exit.
But she didn't always feel that positive.
“I never thought I would say this because when I was younger I was very rebellious and I really hated the fact that I was in such a wholesome show with American values and family values. But guess what – now I'm so proud of that,” added Olsen while attending the Jose Iturbi Foundation’s rooftop dinner "Under the Stars" event at the Hollywood Bowl.
Members of "The Brady Bunch," cast, from left, Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Susan Olsen, Mike Lookinland, Christopher Knight and Barry Williams participate in HGTV's "A Very Brady Renovation" panel at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Thursday, July 25, 2019, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)
The animal rights activist said she appreciates that people saw the Brady family as something they could aspire their households to be and explained that it was actually the role of Cindy Brady itself that helped Olsen come into her own as a young woman.
“I think that being an actress helped me to grow. I don't really think that the show helped me to grow so much as people that watched the show learned to grow,” shared Olsen. “People would ask me, 'Don't you wish that 'The Brady Bunch' was your real family?' And I'm like no – because my family is just as good and they're a little bit funnier, a little weirder, but I know so many people that literally say that the show saved their lives.”
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She continued: “And you know, I had a great family life but for people – and other people that had a great family life loved it too-- but there were people that didn't have a great life and as children, they depended on the show. And it's for them that I really feel responsible.”
The radio host said she never wanted to become an actress and simply used it as a means of helping her to focus on other avenues where her interests laid.
“Well, I didn't pursue having a career in acting. I did at first because I just didn't have much imagination,” Olsen explained. “I thought, 'I've got my foot in the door with something that everybody wants,' and it took me a while to realize that I didn't want it. Acting is not really my medium – I'm a creative person, but I prefer visual arts.
“But now I'm teaching acting for kids among other things, so I love it but it's not really my thing,” Olsen said, adding that she loves Cindy Brady for allowing her to connect with fans.
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“As far as careers go, you know, Cindy Brady has certainly been a good ambassador. She opens doors, people have a nice feeling about me and they may not know why. [They say] 'Gee, I just feel like I grew up with you.' I'm like, 'Oh, that's nice,'” said Olsen.
When asked if fans of the series are ever surprised at her rebellious nature and problem with authority, Olsen said yes, adding that Cindy really wasn’t that smart to begin with.
Susan Olsen as Cindy Brady in "The Brady Bunch." (Getty)
“I think people generally are happily surprised when they find out that my tastes were not quite so wholesome,” she said. “You know, I was very into punk rock and rock music and I'm really outspoken. So I'm definitely not Cindy, but I don't want to be the anti-Cindy because she was fairly nice.”
“She just wasn't very bright,” Olsen added with a laugh.
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Today, Olsen says she’s having the time of life and said when she isn’t teaching acting classes or listening to her rock and roll, she passes her time with video games and cellphone apps that keep her mind sharp.
“I play 'World of Warcraft,’" Olsen said. “I am a big gamer kind of person, yeah. I'm not very good at fast things, but the strategies I'm good at.”
Brady Bunch cast: (left to right) Maureen McCormack / Marsha Brady, Christopher Knight / Peter Brady, Susan Olsen / Cindy Brady, Mike Lookinland / Bobby Brady, Eve Plumb / Jan Brady & Barry Williams / Greg Brady in front of the original Brady home in Studio City, CA, as seen on A Very Brady Renovation. (HGTV via AP)
Olsen continued: “I do some of those mental [exercises] deliberately because I'm not getting any younger. I do some of those apps on the phone. I try to keep frosty and try to learn new things. I teach children – I teach a filmmaking class where we just put together a little film and just keeping up with the technology in video is a constant challenge.”
Olsen said she had no more secrets she could share from the old “Brady Bunch” set, telling us that “Barry [Williams] told all and then some because a lot of what he told in his book ‘Growing Up Brady’ didn’t actually happen if you read the book.”
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“Yeah I mean we all, we weren't really related, we didn't really share a house – so yeah, we kind of tended to date each other, although I was too young to date,” said Olsen.
“But we made out in the dog house,” she added. “I mean we were just such good kids. We were a lot like the characters and in fact, we didn't argue as much as the characters because we didn't have to share one bathroom with no toilet.”
“That can make people cranky,” Olsen said with amusement.
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Susan Olsen played the part of Cindy Brady, the youngest Brady girl, on The Brady Bunch.
Susan Marie Olsen
(1961-08-14) 14 August 1961 (age 60)
Santa Monica, California
Actress, Radio Disc Jockey, Voice Artist, Comedian
1966 to present
Character on The Brady Bunch
Susan Marie Olsen (born 14 August 1961) is a former American child television actress and current animal welfare advocate. The naturally blonde-headed Olsen is best known for her role as Mike and Carol Brady's youngest daughter, Cindy Brady, on the 1970s television sitcom The Brady Bunch for the full run of the show, from 1969 to 1974. Her book Love to Love you Bradys was published by ECW Press in September 2009.
Susan was born in Santa Monica, California, as the youngest of four children, with two older brothers Larry (24 years older) and Christopher (fourteen years older) and a sister Diane. Her older siblings had also all been involved in acting, but all had quit by the time she landed the role on The Brady Bunch.
During childhood, she lived in Tarzana, California, attending Wilbur Avenue Elementary School from grades 1-5. She graduated from William Howard Taft Charter High School (the same school her TV sister Maureen McCormick attended) in the class of 1979. She also attended Hollywood Professional School in 6th and 7th grade in 1972-1973 with TV siblings Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight and Mike Lookinland.
The Brady Bunch
After landing a number of supporting roles, most notably, Ironside, Gunsmoke, and Julia, at age seven she was cast as Cindy on The Brady Bunch. According to an urban legend from the show's creator Sherwood Schwartz, Susan Olsen's lisp was a major factor in her being chosen as Cindy - when during the interview, Olsen told "Mr. Thwartz" about her recent work on "Gunthmoke", which involved riding a "horth" and seeing a "thnake", Sherwood had laughed hard and hired her on the spot. However, as she got older, the lisp became less desirable and ultimately, she had it surgically corrected.
As an adult, Olsen has expressed that portraying Cindy made peer relations difficult for her as a child. While having no resentments towards the Brady Bunch in general, she didn't like the Cindy character. Olsen has said that the episode she dislikes the most is the (second season) "tattletale" episode, in which Cindy snitches on her brothers and sisters. Because of the episode, she was shunned by her real-life peers, who did not understand the difference between actors and their characters.
She also disliked the Season 5 episode "The Snooperstar" as it felt embarrassing for her to play a five-year-old Shirley Temple at the age of twelve. Actually, the episode was supposed to be included in Season 1.
Olsen has appeared in all Brady Bunch reunion movies, with the exception of A Very Brady Christmas in 1988, because she was on her honeymoon with her first husband. In that movie, Cindy Brady was played by Jennifer Runyon.
In 2005, VH1 ranked Susan Olsen #34 within The 100 Greatest Kids Stars of television and film.
In 2007, Olsen and her fellow cast members were honored with the TV Pop Culture Awards on the TV Land Awards. It was noted that this is the first award that The Brady Bunch had ever won.
During The Brady Bunch production, it was noted that even though her 'Brady series father,' star Robert Reed, was suffering a great deal of unhappiness (both on and off the set), Olsen continued to develop a wonderful on- and off-screen relationship with him, as well as with Florence Henderson, who played her television mother. Olsen remained close to Reed until his death on 12 May 1992. She, along with her Brady Bunch castmates, attended Reed's funeral.
Post Brady Bunch
As an adult, Susan moved into the graphic design business and in 1998 briefly marketed a brand of glow in the dark shoes for Converse. She also worked as a talk show host at Los Angeles radio station KLSX from 1995 - 1996 with Ken Ober and co hosted and co-wrote another radio show with comic Allan Havey at Comedy World in 2000.
Susan then appeared on Cartoon Network's talk show Space Ghost Coast to Coast in its twenty-sixth episode "Switcheroo" with Cassandra Peterson as "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark". Olsen has also been an advocate for migraine sufferers since 1998. She described her headaches on CNN's Larry King Live.
An urban legend claimed that Olsen had become an adult film star. On a late 1990s television interview, Olsen herself stated on-camera that her "porn" connection was that she created space ship sound effects for a porn film called Love Probe from a Warm Planet. She did this as a favor for a friend who worked in the technical side of the business. She also went on to state that perhaps the legend got started because the star of a porn film Crocodile Blondee which was widely distributed among troops during the Persian Gulf Crisis, was rumored to be her, when it was actually 80s porn actress/adult model Amber Lynn.
She added that since the porn star was very pretty, she did not try too hard to dispel the rumors. In the Fall of 2008, Olsen appeared on Fox Reality's Gimme My Reality Show, in which celebrities compete to win their own reality show. Susan used this show to make a statement about animal rescue, a cause with which she is involved.
On 6 June 2009, Susan thanked retired game show host and current animal rights activist Bob Barker when The Bradys accepted an honor at the GSN Game Show Awards. Olsen is an animal welfare advocate and serves on the Board of Directors of the not-for-profit organization Precious Paws, a rescue group. Olsen personally takes care of un-weaned homeless kittens until they are old enough to adopt.
Olsen's coffee table book Love to Love You Bradys, celebrates the The Brady Bunch Variety Hour. In addition to many color photos and artwork, the book features over 100 interviews including the Brady Bunch, Sid Krofft, Marty Krofft, Sherwood Schwartz, Bruce Vilanch, Rip Taylor, and Paul Shaffer.
In September 2010, Olsen made a guest appearance on The Young and the Restless playing Mrs. Liza Morton, a preschool owner. In 2011, Olsen appeared in Season 3 Episode 43 of The Biography Channel reality show Celebrity Ghost Stories.
Susan married musician and kickboxer Steve Ventimiglia in August 1988; they divorced in February 1992. She then married Mitch Markwell, a medical equipment salesman, in 1995. The couple had a son, Michael (named after Mike Lookinland) born in 1997, who was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome (a mild form of autism). She and Markwell divorced in 2004. She is presently married to stand up comedian Chris Fonseca, who she wed in 2009. Her husband Chris was born with Cerebal Palsy himself; the couple shuffles time between Los Angeles and San Antonio, Texas.
In early 1990s, Susan had two DUI arrests - first in 1991, which was bargained down to reckless driving, even though there was evidence of excessive alcohol ingestion.
Second arrest was in November 1993, which resulted in her serving a 48-hour prison stint in early 1994, a fine over $1,000, having to complete an 18-month alcohol education program and losing her driver's license for 2 years with a 5-year probation.
Susan's "Art" Career
While pursuing all of her passions, Susan Olsen has always continually turned to art as a creative outlet. Olsen's Art Collection, called "Fluffart", has been curated into a collection made available in Limited Editions.
As an Animal Welfare Advocate, Olsen has also created a collection of art entitled "The Art of Rescue", with proceeds assisting animal rescue organizations and their animals until the animals are able to be adopted.
In July, 2012, Susan Olsen was one of a limited number of artists invited to show in "Art With An Agenda: An Exhibit Inspired by Kelly Thomas" at the PAS Gallery in the Orange County town of Fullerton, California. All the art on display was inspired by the life and circumstances surrounding the death of Kelly Thomas; a homeless, schizophrenic, 37-year-old man brutally beaten by members of the Fullerton Police Department on July 5, 2011. Olsen's piece created for this exhibit was titled "Still Life" and received high praise from art reviews and critics  furthering Susan Olsen's career as a relevant and respected artist within the art world.
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- Episode #1.2 (1977) ... (performer: "Hooray For Hollywood", "Hooray For Hollywood (reprise)", "You Don't Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)", "Everybody Is a Star", "Good Morning Starshine", "Shining Star", "United We Stand")
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2007 The 5th Annual TV Land Awards (TV Special)
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2005 The Brady Bunch: Coming Together Under One Roof (Video short documentary)
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2004 The Brady Bunch 35th Anniversary Reunion Special: Still Brady After All These Years (TV Movie documentary)
2003 ABC's 50th Anniversary Celebration (TV Special documentary)
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