So sad. Suzanne Crough, who starred on ‘The Partridge Family,’ has passed away at the age of 52, a family member confirms.
Such tragic news. Suzanne Crough sadly died in her Nevada home on April 27. The Partridge Family star was just 52 years old, and it’s unclear as of now what caused her death. However, a family member confirmed that the passing was “sudden.”
Suzanne Crough Dead At 52: Family Member Confirms
The 52-year-old was married and had two daughters. Sadly, she’ll now miss one of her girls’ weddings, which is set to take place this summer, TMZ reports.
Suzanne played daughter Tracy Partridge on The Partridge Family from 1970-1974, singing background vocals and playing tambourine in the family band. After the show was canceled, she went on to take a few guest-starring roles, with her last on-screen portrayal in the 1980 TV film Children Of Divorce.
Suzanne Crough Leaves Acting Career Behind For Low-Key Life
After putting her actor career behind her, Suzanne graduated from Los Angeles Pierce College.
She appeared at a Partridge Family reunion on the TODAY show in 2010, where she revealed that she was a manager at Office Max in Arizona. But of course, we’ll never forget her as tambourine-banging Tracy Partridge! Never forget!
Our thoughts are with Suzanne’s family during this difficult time.