With their romance blossoming on The Surreal Life, they ended up getting a show together that showcased their courtship.At the end of My Fair Brady Christopher proposed to Adrianne. Phil commented that their arguing, especially Knight’s hurtful comments, were indicative of a couple heading for divorce.Adrianne later said that she started looking at bridal magazines two weeks after they first met. After their divorce, Christopher said that whilst there was always a lot of drama, he was glad to have met her when he did.They would not normally have crossed paths with each other and thus would never have had this relationship, if it hadn’t been for the show.I just wanted to know, would you consider doing a Brady reunion show? It would need to fit with my schedule and other business obligations. Nor others like Wyatt Knight and Michael Knight, not mentioned here but asked before. This is a temporary thing, as I look forward to maintaining a new Zoo if I ever have children.I think it would be great to have the family get together one more time for us Brady fans! Every reunion or regrouping of the Bunch has proven to be hugely enjoyable. Many people looked down on it because of it's simplicity and morality. The Paramount Studio Lot was old and filled with history and fun stuff. Are you related to Tuesday Knight who starred in Nightmare On Elm Street - Part 4 : The Dream Master? I wanted to ask you if the cast still keeps in touch? As a matter a fact just received an email from Susan about five minutes ago and ran into Mike two days ago while he was visiting LA, I saw Barry two weeks ago as he was in LA. Chris, How many times have you been married and how long have you been married? I have been married twice - once 3.5 years and the second time four years. So I'd certainly would not be influenced by any person from outside the family.What kind of a degree did you get for your line of work and from where?
More often than not relationships that begin on-screen are doomed to fail.It was also a lot of fun because of some of the gags, bordering on slapstick comedy, were even cracking me up.It was also weird playing both characters when in the same scene, playing both parts, both sets of dialog - of course I couldn't be in both places at the same time so I had to play against our dialog coach doing my portrayal of the other character and then doing it again, swapping characters.In this regard the decision for me may be easier then for most of the others. Yes, the work, but not necessarily the business and all that surrounds it. Because of this I'm extremely proud to have been part. As an actor himself (a starving actor I might add), he innocently thought getting an agent, doing commercials, may be a way for my brother Mark and I to make some money to put away for a college education, as he certainly wasn't going to be able to put us through school. Interestingly my brother Mark, who is 15 months older than I, went on all the same interviews and auditions. I got the very first audition we ever went on, and after three years did 30-40 commercials, Mark never worked at all. What was it like to be a kid on the Paramount lot during the time you were on "The Brady Bunch"? But no professional endeavors until their an adult.How did you get into acting, was it your parents influence or of your own liking and why did you get into acting? What was it that got you interested in the computer world and away from acting?