Flowers Laid at Hollywood Star of Ann B. Davis

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    Ann B. Davis' star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was adorned with flowers Monday after the actress died at the age of 88.

    Davis, best known for her role as beloved housekeeper Alice in the TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch," died Sunday in her San Antonio, Texas, home after falling in a bathtub, officials said.

    Davis won an Emmy Award for her role as Charmaine "Schultzy" Schultz in NBC's "The Bob Cummings Show." The actress also had roles on the "John Forsythe Show," made appearances in television commercials for the Ford Motor Co. in the 1960s and '70s and appeared in a handful of films on the big screen.

    She received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Feb. 9, 1960.

    The flowers are placed on the stars on behalf of the Hollywood community by the Hollywood Historic Trust.

    City News Service contributed to this report.

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