‘The Brady Bunch Movie’ Star Jennifer Elise Cox & ‘The Brady Bunch’ Executive Producer Lloyd Schwartz

We’re celebrating THE BRADY BUNCH with Actress Jennifer Elise Cox (“The Brady Bunch Movie”) & Executive Producer (“The Brady Bunch”) Lloyd Schwartz

A glowing personality with outlandish humor have been combined to invent her own comedic style. Jennifer Elise Cox is widely-known for her excellent, yet underrated, performance as middle child “Jan Brady” in “The Brady Bunch” movies.

Having a keen interest for acting, Jennifer dreamed of becoming an actress at the young age of 4 and, early in her career, started doing commercials. Before breaking through into film, Jennifer did more dramatic roles on New York stage operas, like “Don Giovanni” and “Madame Butterfly”, with “The Brady Bunch” movies being among the first of her comedic roles. She has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, such as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), Edtv (1999), Bewitched (2005), CSI: NY (2004), Nip/Tuck (2003) and Privileged (2008), to name but a few.

With her promising career on the rise, she hopes to one day work with actor Daniel Day-Lewis.

Lloyd J. Schwartz  is known for his work on The Brady Bunch (1969), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Christmas (1988). Schwartz is the son of TV mogul Sherwood Schwartz and his wife Mildred. Lloyd worked alongside his father since the late 1960s. They teamed up on many Brady Bunch projects, often as writer or producer.

He also has written for TV series including Alice, The A-Team, and Baywatch. In 1988, he helped create The Munsters Today, a revival of The Munsters. In 1985, Schwartz co-founded The Storybook Theatre of Los Angeles with his wife, Barbara Mallory.[1] Storybook Theatre has been honored by both the United States Senate and the House of Representatives. On June 6, 2008, a stage musical debuted in Los Angeles called A Very Brady Musical. The show was written by Schwartz and his sister Hope Juber.

The music was written by his sister and brother-in-law, Hope and Laurence Juber. Schwartz directed the production, which starred his wife, Barbara Mallory and his son Elliot Schwartz as Carol and Greg Brady.

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