- Also Known As:
- Tracy Partridge
- Date of Birth:
- March 6, 1963
Suzanne Crough (born Suzanne J. Crough on March 6, 1963 in Fullerton, California) was an American actress. Suzanne started acting at a young age, appearing in a Mattell Barbie commercial before auditioning for her most noteworthy role as Tracy Partridge in The Partridge Family in 1970. Suzanne would star alongside Danny Bonaduce, David Cassidy and Shirley Jones. She stayed on the show until its cancellation in 1974. She appeared as Stevie Freedman on the 1977 dramedy Mulligan’s Stew. She had a role in the 1978 Oscar-winning short film, Teenage Father, but left action shortly afterwards. After leaving show business, Suzanne attended and graduated from Los Angeles Pierce College. She owned and operated her own bookstore until 1993. During a 2010 reunion of The Partridge Family, Suzanne said she was the manager of an Office Max in Bullhead City, Arizona. On April 27, 2015, Suzanne died suddenly in her Nevada home.
Best Known For:
Suzanne is best known for her role as Tracy Patridge in the 1970’s show, The Partridge Family.
Suzanne married husband William Condray in July 1985. The couple had two daughters together, Samantha and Alexandra.