Eve Plumb Bio, Age, Husband, Paintings, Net Worth, TV Shows

Eve Plumb Biography

Eve Plumb is an American actress, singer, and painter best known for her role as Jan Brady, the middle daughter in the ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch.


How old is Eve Plumb? – Age

She is 64 years old as of 29 April 2022. She was born in 1958 in Burbank, California, United States. Her real name is Eve Aline Plumb.

Eve Plumb Family

Plumb was born to Flora June (née Dobry) and Neely Ben Plumb in Burbank, California. She has three children; Flora Plumb, Ben Plumb, and Catherine Plumb.

Eve Plumb Husband

Plumb was the first of the Brady children to marry. In 1979, she married Rick Mansfield for the first time. Less than two years later, the couple divorced. Plumb has been married to business and technology consultant Ken Pace since 1995.

How many kids does Eve Plumb have?

She has 3 children with her husband Ken Pace.

Eve Plumb Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $7 Million.

Eve Plumb That ’70s Show

She appeared Pam Burkhart on That ’70s Show. Pamela “Pam” Burkhart is Jackie Burkhart’s mother and Jack Burkhart’s ex-wife. She was a real estate broker, and she was selling the house where the kids had their party. Pam has a strained relationship with her daughter, which stems primarily from the trauma Pam exposed Jackie to. Cheating on her father, for example, resulted in Jackie’s irrational fear of clowns and then abandoning her family to flee to Mexico.

Pam appears to be the source of much of Jackie’s shallowness and vanity, and she is viewed as a “neighborhood mom” to all of the men in the series, causing constant tension between Pam, Donna, and Kitty. Pam abandons Bob in season 7 to allow him and Midge to be together. She remarries Jackie and returns to their old house.

Eve Plumb Paintings

Plumb has been painting for over two decades and has had success in a number of galleries across the United States.

Eve Plumb The Brady Kids

She appeared as Jan Brady in the American animated television series The Brady Kids. In the first season, the original show’s six children (Barry Williams, Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight, Eve Plumb, Mike Lookinland, and Susan Olsen) voiced their animated counterparts. The Bradys’ parents and the housekeeper, Alice, were left out of the animated series.

Eve Plumb and her husband Ken Pace
Eve Plumb and her husband Ken Pace

Marlon (voiced by Larry Storch) was an intelligent, red, talking mynah bird who also happened to be a wizard who used his magic to get the kids out of sticky situations. There were also two giant panda cubs named Ping and Pong, after the ping-pong game. The pandas only communicated in Chinese-like gibberish.

Eve Plumb A Very Brady Renovation

She appeared as Jan in the American reality television miniseries A Very Brady Renovation. Before beginning demolition, the Brady Bunch actors have an emotional reunion at their famous TV home; Jonathan and Drew Scott collaborate with Maureen McCormick and Susan Olsen to renovate the heart of the home; extended episode.

Mike Brady’s den is created by Jasmine Roth and Barry Williams from three spaces in the original house; Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine collaborate with Susan Olsen and Mike Lookinland on the Jack and Jill bathroom and kids’ rooms. Steve and Leanne Ford collaborate with Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb to build out the first floor kitchen and family room; the Brady backyard is outfitted with artificial turf; and the team furnishes Alice’s bedroom.

Eve Movies

♦ 2018 – Monsoon
♦ 2015 – The Sisters Plotz
♦ 2013 – Blue Ruin
♦ 2003 – Manfast
♦ 1997 – Nowhere
♦ 1993 – The Making of ‘… And God Spoke’
♦ 1988 – I’m Gonna Git You Sucka
♦ TBA – Bagdad, Florida

Eve TV Shows

♦ 2021 – Dragging the Classics: The Brady Bunch
♦ 2020 – Bull
♦ 2019 – Crashing
♦ 2019 – A Very Brady Renovation
♦ 2017 – The Path
♦ 2017 – Blue Bloods
♦ 2016 – Grease: Liv
♦ 2013 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
♦ 2013 – Army Wives
♦ 2012 – The Sisters Plotz
♦ 2012 – The Pox Show
♦ 2008 – Days of Our Lives
♦ 2003 – All My Children
♦ 1998 – That ’70s Show
♦ 1995 – Fudge