Ann B. Davis

Highest Rated: 89% Lover Come Back (1961)
Birthday: May 3, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Character actress Ann B. Davis is best known among baby boomers for her alter ego, Alice Nelson, the spinster housekeeper and glue that kept the Brady Bunch family from descending into sitcom anarchy. Among older television viewers she is remembered as Schultzy, Bob Cummings' loyal, love-struck assistant on The Bob Cummings Show (1955-1959; later retitled Love That Bob for syndication). Like the other cast members of The Brady Bunch (1969-1974), Davis has made a living capitalizing on her character and has appeared in all the subsequent Brady Bunch television movies and made a cameo as Schultzy, the wise truck driver who counsels would-be runaway Jan Brady in the Brady Bunch Movie (1995). Other than that last appearance, Davis, a born-again Christian, spent much her last two decades deeply involved in a tiny Christian community led by Bishop William Frey, serving the homeless. Davis also lectured and testified before church groups around the country. She died in 2014, at age 88.

Highest Rated Movies



62% The Brady Bunch Movie Shultzy 1995
54% The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult Herself 1994
No Score Yet A Very Brady Christmas Alice Nelson 1988
No Score Yet The Brady Brides Alice Nelson 1981
89% Lover Come Back Millie 1961
No Score Yet All Hands on Deck Nobby 1961
No Score Yet Pepe Herself 1960
No Score Yet A Man Called Peter Ruby Coleman 1955


40% The Bradys
Alice Nelson
  • 1990
77% The Brady Bunch
Alice/Emma Alice Nelson
  • 1974
  • 1973
  • 1972
  • 1971
  • 1970
  • 1969


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