The Wall St Journal / Getty ImagesGreg Bell, who was one of the stars of “The Brady Bunch” and starred on “The Simpsons,” died in a car crash last week.

He was 74.

Bell, who also wrote “The Bachelorette,” “Beverly Hills Cop” and “Cops,” was a well-known Hollywood actor who played a police detective in “The Sopranos,” “Chicago Hope” and other TV shows.

He also starred in several movies including “The World’s Greatest Dad,” which was about his father and his family.

He played the title character in “Giants” and also appeared in several other movies.

Bell was born in the Bronx, New York, and went to Harvard Law School.

He married his high school sweetheart, Maryanne E. Bell, in 1969.

They had two daughters.

Bell’s career spanned television, film and radio, where he appeared on “Ladies Man,” “Dallas Cowboys” and many more TV shows, including “Dancing with the Stars.”

Bell died Thursday at his home in Woodland Hills, California.

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