Suzanne Crough, the youngest star of the famous TV show “The Partridge Family,” has died at aged 52 at her Nevada home on Monday. Husband William Condray confirmed Crough’s death.
William said he wished to celebrate their 30th marriage anniversary this July. He stated that he and Suzanne had been friends before they even started dating.
“My wife and I were going to celebrate 30 years of marriage in July,” he said.
The reason behind her death still remains a mystery. Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg informed that an autopsy will be carried out on Wednesday to find the cause of Crough’s death. Forensic tests will confirm the reason of the death.
Crough, best known for her role in “The Partridge Family” drama from 1970 to 1974, also starred in several TV soaps. The “Mulligan’s Stew” actress was last seen in “Children of Divorce” in 1980.
Way back in 2010, during an interview on NBC’s ‘Today Show,” Suzanne said she left acting for good and was working at Office Max in Arizona as a manager.
She also told People that she had set an example for others to believe that there is life after acting. But at the same time, the actress missed the telly world.
Crough is survived by her husband, two daughters, Samantha and Alexandra, and a granddaughter.