Ann B. Davis, actress who played Alice, a maid in the American television series “The Brady Bunch,” died last Sunday at age 88, at a hospital in San Antonio, Texas, where she lived with a friend who is reverend and his wife, according to information give to to NBC by Robert Malcolm, her agent.
Davis suffered a head injury due to a fall in the bathroom, which caused a subdural hematoma. Winner of two Emmy for her role on the TV sitcom “The Bob Cummings Show” in the 50s, her participation in “The Brady Bunch” made her famous.
“The Brady Bunch” (1969-1974), was about a man and a woman who have three children each from previous marriages, who marry and must learn to live with a larger family. Alice’s character became one of the most loved of the series for her jokes and comic situations.