American TV legend Ann B. Davies dies at 88
American TV legend Ann B. Davies has died at the age of 88 after suffering from subdural hematoma in a hospital, at Texas.
Popularly known as Alice Nelson for her role in The Brady Bunch, the actor was undergoing treatment after hitting her head in a massive fall, from which she never regained consciousness.
According to CNN, Davis retired from show business in the late 1970s to settle down in an Episcopal community, even after she turned her focus more towards religion, she appeared in several commercials and stage productions.
Reports suggest that her big break in Hollywood came when she won the role of Charmaine "Schultzy" Schultz, the secretary on the 1950s sitcom "The Bob Cummings Show, bringing her instant fame and recognition.
Actress Florence Henderson who played one of the characters at The Brady Bunch expressed her condolence and grief at Davies' inopportune death and said that she was shocked to learn about her friend's demise.
(Posted on 02-06-2014)