Suzanne Crough, the youngest star on the hit 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family, died at age 52 on Monday, April 27, her family confirmed.
The actress passed away suddenly in her Nevada home. The cause of her death remains unclear at this time.
Suzanne (center) on 'The Partridge Family' in 1970. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Beginning in September 1970, a then seven-year-old Suzanne portrayed Tracy, the youngest child of a widowed mother, Shirley Partridge, who starts a singing group with her five kids on 'The Partridge Family.'
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When the show ended in March 1974, the young actress continued working in showbiz, making guest appearances on several popular TV shows including 'Mulligan's Stew.' Her last role was in the 1980 film 'Children of Divorce.'
Suzanne with her 'Partridge Family' costars on 'Today' in 2010. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
In 2010, Suzanne reunited with several of her 'Partridge Family' costars — including David Cassidy (Keith Partridge), Danny Bonaduce (Danny Partridge) and Brian Forster (Chris Partridge) — on 'The Today Show.' During the interview, Suzanne revealed she was working as a manager of an Office Max.
The late star is survived by her husband and two daughters, one of whom is getting married this summer.
'TMZ' first reported this news.
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