Classic TV actress Ann B. Wilson dies
Ann B. Wilson best known for her long running role as America’s favorite family’s beloved housekeeper Alice on “The Brady Bunch” has died at the age of 88.
The classic television legend, Ann B. Wilson reportedly fell in her bathroom her home in Texas,hitting her head suffering a subdural hematoma.
According to the couple she lived with Davis never regained consciousness.
Her roommates stated until accident Ann b. Davis had been very healthy for an 88-year-old woman.
Earlier that evening Ann had walked downstairs to say goodnight,before retiring to bed for the evening. Her friends and longtime housemates claim her death came as a complete shock.
The Brady Bunch’s housekeeper Alice dies
Ann B. Wilson is best known and loved for her role as Alice Nelson on the classic television hit”The Brady Bunch” which aired from 1969-to 1974.
Davis also always returned throughout the years for many “Brady Bunch” movies and reunions including playing “Alice” for 5 episodes of “The Brady’s back in 1990.
Davis was born in Schenectady, New York, the daughter of Marguerite and Cassius Miles Davis. She had an identical twin, Harriet, and an older brother Evans.
Ann B.Davis was never married nor was she romantically linked to anyone.
Funeral arrangements are being made by close friends and members of the church that Ann B. Davis attended in Texas.
Rest In Peace Ann. B.Davis.