'Brady Bunch' mom gets cards from all over

May 9, 2009 at 7:45 PM
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LOS ANGELES, May 9 (UPI) -- Florence Henderson, who famously played a fictional mother on the U.S. TV comedy, "The Brady Bunch," said she is inundated with Mother's Day cards every year.

"I get mail from all over the world, 122 countries," she told CNN.

Henderson, 75, played Carol Brady for five years but the show has remained on TV in syndication, and generations of children have grown up with the Bradys.

Recently, Henderson became the spokeswoman for the "Center for Lackus Appreciatus Prevention," part of a Kodak promotion for online Mother's Day cards. She said many mothers suffer from "a condition caused by years of under-appreciation and neglect" by their children.

Henderson has also been touring in her one-woman show, "All the Lives of Me."

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