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 Category 'Ask Barry'

Q: [by dfielder] I really enjoyed your work in the "Music Man." Will you be doing any other theater work and when will you be back in the Dallas area?

A: Thank you, soon I hope. Planning a concert tour.

Q: [by ironranger4] Just wondering what other films you performed the vocals – besides the Wildnerness Family, any non-Brady CD available too?

A: None for films. The Return of Johnny Bravo out September 28, 1999.

Q: [by acr] Hi! My name is Brian Rivera and I live in Hawaii! You are one of my favorite actors. I have three questions for you. a)What is your nationality? b)How did you become an actor? and c) How come the Brady boys, including you, changed their hair style? During the first season, you had straight hair. Then later, you had curly hair. This also goes with Chris, Mike, and Robert Reed.

A: a) Scotch/Irish b) hard work and study c) mother nature and maturity changed my hair

Q: [by Daniel] How much did you get paid per episode? Did all the children on the show make the same amount of money? How much would a child star get paid today on a weekly show for acting in a part similar to "Greg Brady?"

A: a) In year 5, $1,100 an episode b) Today 35,000

Q: [by mischoulon] As a child, did you own a horse named Yah Tah Hey (or something like that)? I think I read this in a fan club newsletter back in the 70s, and that it had been painful for you to have to give him up. Your biography never mentioned this horse, so I wondered if you could tell me more about that. Thanks!

A: Yes a Quarter horse mare named Yateha which means ’hello’ in Navajo.

Q: [by lily] You mention that the episode you like best was the one where you played Johnny Brovo. That is also my fave, I was wondering what was the most difficult scene to film in that episode, and also what your fav. scene in the finished episode is?

A: Hardest: was turning down the Johnny Bravo contract Favorite: getting my clothes ripped off

Q: [by riven2] In todays star craze it is admirable to stay "cleancut". How did you manage your career and stay out of the drug and alcohol scene? Maybe alot of people can learn from your path. Me, that is what I admire about you the most, you have been a GREAT role model.

A: I just live a life that works for me and am happy doing it.

Q: [by kj5791] Hi, Barry. What do you think of Florence Henderson returning to TV in "Later Today"? I hope to see you as a guest on the show.Look for me on September 24th

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Q: [by tuneman] What is the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you, without expecting anything in return?

A: Before we were married, my wife sent me a fully catered dinner to my home.

Q: [by csuttles] What was it like doing the Christmas episode of Dragnet? Was Jack Webb and Harry Morgan anything like there characters on Dragnet? Please answer this question. I am a BIG fan of Dragnet and the Brady Bunch. I have that episode of Dragnet on tape. Thanks, Crystal Barnette

A: I like Jack Webb very much. He was friendly and very helpful.

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