Henderson, best known for her role as Carol Brady in "The Brady Bunch," is 78, still working and lives in Palm Coast, Fla. She hosts her own talk show, "The Florence Henderson Show," on RLTV, and will appear in an upcoming episode of "Happily Divorced" with Robert Wagner on TV Land.
Henderson made a special appearance in May, 2012, on "The Price Is Right" with Drew Carey. In 2010, Henderson competed on "Dancing with Stars."
Henderson married Ira Bernstein in January 1956, and the couple had four children. In 1985, she divorced Bernstein after almost 29 years of marriage. She later married Dr. John Kappas, a hypnotherapist, whom she met while battling depression in the mid 1980s. Henderson studied hypnotherapy and is a licensed therapist. Kappas died in 2002.
Henderson, an accomplished singer, has been in several movies, making her film debut in "Song of Norway." Henderson began her career on stage, performing in the touring productions of "Oklahoma!" and "South Pacific." Her best-known Broadway role was the long-running "Fanny," in which she starred in 888 performances.
Henderson was the first woman to guest host "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
Henderson, the youngest of 10 children, was born in Dale, Ind.