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IN Celebrities ON 26 Nov, 2016
Florence Henderson's death was announced on Tuesday by the Associated Press. Her manager shared this information with her fans and media and told that she was surrounded by her family and friends when she died.
Recently, Florence was spotted facing camera on Monday when she attended the taping of ABC's 'Dancing With The Stars.' The actress who played her on-screen daughter in the famed show 'The Brady Bunch' is a contestant on this season of the show.
Henderson had a busy career during 1950 to 60's, but the show 'The Brady Bunch' earned her the real fame. Her this show represented the image of a typical American family during a stormy period of the nation.
She played the character of Carol Brady, the widow, and a 'lovely lady' with three daughters. Florence as a TV mom was always a happy woman who helped her children to face tough situations in their life with her expert advice and warm snacks.
And she got addicted to that character so much that it became part of her real life. She never got tired of participating in 'The Brady Bunch' revivals, whether in TV or film.
Florence Henderson's manager, Kayla Pressman, reported the 'heart-failure' as the cause of her death.
In an interview with CNN, Barry Williams said some beautiful words about Florence Henderson and her character as Carol Brady.
Florence Henderson is trending on the internet. Journalist Michael Smyth Tweets his memory of Florence as Carol Brady.
Angela had a chance to spend some time with her before Thanksgiving, and she also missed Florence in her Tweets.
Greeting her as Legend, Phil said that Florence always made time for her fans.
Even still the kids who're born in the 90's love to watch her this show, and wish if they could've mother just like Carol Brady.
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