Ann B. Davis, who died Sunday at age 88, will forever be remembered as Alice, the spirited sweetheart of a housekeeper on "The Brady Bunch." She played the role so well that the term "Alice" became almost synonymous with a dream housekeeper, someone who loved her work so much she became unquestionably part of the family. But Davis' acting career included much more than the five original seasons of "The Brady Bunch." She won Emmys for her work on "The Bob Cummings Show," starred on "The John Forsythe Show," acted onstage, popped up in commercials, and, of course, returned to her "Brady" family for many a reunion.
Here's a photographic look at just some of her onscreen work.