Florence Henderson Dead: ‘Brady Bunch’ Mom Dies At Age 82

Florence Henderson dead at age 83.

Florence Henderson has passed away at the age of 82.

Florence Henderson has died. The legendary actress who played Carol Brady on “The Brady Bunch” died from heart failure at the age of 82 on Thanksgiving Day. The actress is best remembered as being the “Brady Bunch” mom, but she also enjoyed a full career that spanned decades.

Henderson has appeared on shows such as “Murder, She Wrote,” “L.A. Law,” “Roseanne,” “Ellen,” “The King Of Queens,” “Samantha Who,” and “30 Rock.” Florence also appeared on reality TV shows such as “The Surreal Life” and “Dancing With The Stars.” Most recently, Florence Henderson was spotted in the audience at “DWTS” watching her on-screen daughter, Marueen McCormick, compete on the show.

“Florence Henderson was a dear friend for so very many years & in my [heart] forever. Love & hugs to her family. I’ll miss u dearly #RIPFlorence,” McCormick, who played Henderson’s TV daughter, Marcia Brady, tweeted after her death.

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‘The Brady Bunch’ star was beloved by so many

Barry Williams, who played Florence’s “Brady Bunch” son, Greg, tweeted, “Deeply saddened. Florence was one of the most gracious people I have ever known, Proud to call her Mom and life long friend. #RIPFlorence.”

Many other celebrities also took to their Twitter accounts to reveal their heartache over Florence Henderson’s death. Larry King, Neicy Nash, Tom Bergeron, Maria Menounos, Marlee Matlin, Weird Al, Marie Osmond, Len Goodman, and many, many more all payed their respects to the “Brady Bunch” mom, who will forever live in the hearts of her friends, family, and fans.

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