Suzanne Crough Condray, who played the youngest daughter on the 1970s comedy series The Partridge Family, has died. She was 52. She died Monday at her home in Laughlin, NV, according to the Clark County coroner’s office. An autopsy is scheduled Wednesday to determine the cause of death. Crough Condray played the tambourine-playing Tracy Partridge on the series that ran from 1970-74 on ABC. The child actress had roles on other 1970s shows including Mulligan’s Stew, Wonder Woman and Goober And The Ghost Chasers, but it was Tracy Partridge for which she was best known. Her most recent credited role was in the 1980 TV movie Children Of Divorce.
Crough Condray reunited with fellow Partridge Family cast members David Cassidy, Danny Bonaduce and Brian Forster on NBC’s Today in 2010, their first time together in nearly 20 years. At the time, she told Matt Lauer she was an office manager for Office Max, was married, had two daughters and had a normal job. Check out the clip of the Today reunion below:
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