As middle son Peter on the pop culture phenomenon "The Brady Bunch" (ABC, 1969-1974), actor Christopher Knight and his fictional family became icons of television history, although moving beyond the role proved difficult for the former child star. After landing early work in commercials and various television series, the young Knight beat out hundreds of child actors when he was cast as one of the six Brady children. The eternally upbeat family show was an unqualified success, making instant celebrities of Knight and his co-stars, who suddenly found themselves on the covers of magazines, voicing their roles on an animated spin-off show, and even launching a musical career as a vocal group. The show lasted for five seasons, but steady work beyond "The Brady Bunch" proved increasingly hard to come by. In the late 1980s, Knight began a successful career in the computer industry, although he never quite left the entertainment industry or the Brady family behind for long. Reunion specials like "A Very Brady Christmas" (CBS, 1988) and even a cameo in the feature film spoof "The Brady Bunch Movie" (1995) periodically brought him back to the fold, but it was in reality television where Knight found new opportunities as himself versus Peter Brady. Projects like "The Surreal Life" (The WB/VH1, 2003-06) pushed him back into the spotlight, but the persona of Peter was never far away, a reality perfectly illustrated by his show "My Fair Brady" (VH 1, 2005-08). For better or for worse, Knight would ultimately come to embrace the fact that he would be "Forever Brady."