Welcome to our new post in this post we talk about the Caddyshack .According to a report from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office in Florida, actress Cindy Morgan, known for her roles in the early 1980s films “Caddyshack” and “Tron,” has passed away at the age of 69 due to “natural causes.”
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The Sheriff’s Office informed Newsbuzzr that Morgan’s body was found in her bedroom at her residence in Lake Worth Beach on December 30th after her roommate’s 911 call, who had last seen Morgan alive eleven days prior.
The roommate told the police that she had just returned from a “holiday trip” when she knocked on Morgan’s door and received no response.
The roommate reported to the police that she smelled a “foul odor coming from her room.” Morgan’s death was attributed to “natural causes,” according to the Sheriff’s Office, and there is no reason to suspect foul play. It is not clear when Morgan passed away.
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Morgan rose to fame in 1980 after portraying the eccentric Lacey Underall in the golf comedy “Caddyshack” alongside actors Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, and Rodney Dangerfield. In a 2012 interview, Morgan said, “Caddyshack‘ was my first film, and I’ll say that the end product was entirely different; it was primarily about the caddies. So first off, I had nothing to lose in the audition. It was fun. I just focused on making that guy sweat. Look into his eyes; he knew what many women know how to do.”
Her presence and early prominence as a woman in the male-dominated industry centered around her acting career. In the same 2012 interview, Morgan recalled a conversation with producer Jon Peters where she claimed to have been “betrayed in this business” for trying to stop Playboy from taking photos on set. Morgan said Playboy came anyway, and her “agent didn’t handle it.”
Morgan found ways to push back. She mentioned that the image of her wearing a FILA shirt without a bra in “Caddyshack” became her most popular image, which she primarily sold to her male fan base. In a separate interview with the Tampa Bay Times, Morgan said, “This was 1979, and women were burning their bras. It was a more significant political statement than anything.”
Morgan is also known for her role in Disney’s original “Tron” film and TV series like “Falcon Crest” and “CHiPs.” Her most recent role was providing the voice for Mason’s mother in the 2022 indie film “Face of the Trinity.