The Greg Brady Project

Welcome to the official Barry Williams' blog

My friends call me Barry. From time to time I also hear the name Greg. Yeah, as in Greg Brady. The Brady Bunch represents a fun time in my life. But it’s only part of the story. There’s more to say and that’s what The Greg Brady Project is all about – a place to say it. So, I’ve invited some friends to join me and share their perspectives on the Brady’s, the 70′s and just about everything else. Now, I’m inviting you…

Archive for October, 2007

Q: [by OHIOSPOWER] Hi Barry, I was wondering if you've ever seen "The Click Five" video "Just The Girl", in which Christopher Knight plays a teacher? If so, what did you think of it and their music? THX, Gary

A: Sorry, I haven’t seen it but I will check it out. Thanks for the tip.

Q: [by maynard] Since you are THE MAN of the 70s not David Cassidy what was great about the era in comparison to today?

A: Better fashions - more colors. Songs with melodies you could actually sing along with. No AIDS.

Q: [by Joymag7] Did or do you have an acting roll in Lazy Town? Smart ass daughter says no I believe I heard this in one of your interviews. Thanks for the time!

A: Your daughter may just be simply smart. I not only did not have a role in Lazy Town, I don’t know what it is.

Q: [by Pauleenwestplate] Barry today when you are watching a rerun of the Brady Bunch on TV, do you simply just "watch it" while cringing, or do you end up going down memory lane remembering exactly what was going on behind the scenes during the filming of that particular episode? I guess I'm asking what runs through your mind as an old episode plays… (Details please!! Details!)

A: Definately down memory lane. I loved the experience of filming the show on the Paramount lot. I remember what was going on behind the scenes so when I watch an episode I pay attention to more than just the plot.

Q: [by thanami] Barry, with the 2008 elections coming up, were the Bradys Republican or Democrats?

A: I think it is clear at least Mike Brady is a republican. However the producers and writers were all democrats.

Q: [by KOAJaps] Barry, you're an axe man, your thoughts on Alex Lifeson from Rush and the band Rush in general and will you ever go back on the Howard Stern show?

A: Don’t know enough about Rush to comment. Yes I will go on Howard’s show. First I like him. Second he is a very powerful voice for promoting projects such as my off Broadway musical review, Growing Up 70’s, which I am currently performing in NYC’s Times Square.

Q: [by rwa58] Hi Barry, I always wondered with shows like yours and The Partridge Family, The credits run at the beggining of the show , but the last actor listed also gets a character credit( Ann B. Davis as Alice, or Dave Madden As Reuban Kincaid) Why is that none of the other actors get character credit. Thanks So Much, Roy Albrecht

A: I don’t know for certain. Generally credits are negotiated and if a lead actor takes the last credit it is sometimes accompanied by the character name to give it more prominence.

Q: [by clearbluedog] How are you related to Larry Feit?

A: In a word...no.

Q: [by kkimmers007] I loved your work on the Brady Bunch. What was it like working with Vincent Price when he was a guest star on the show, what was he like ?

A: I loved him also as an actor! A consumate professional. First on the set, last to leave. He was a friend of the show. We also had him on the Brady Variey Hour in ’77.

Q: [by IJillDawn] Barry, you have been touring with the original idols for a time now and sometimes Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods perform also. What is it like working with Bo?

A: Bo is great. He is one of the people who created the tour. We have a terrific set of people on the tour and we get along great. I am currently producing and performing in an off Broadway musical revue at the HA Comedy club in Times Square called Growing Up 70’s and put Billy Don’t Be A Hero in the show.

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