January 07, 2024

Celebrity

Caddyshack, Tron star Cindy Morgan dead at 69

Cindy Morgan was best known for her role in Tron and Caddyshack

By Javeria Shahid January 07, 2024
Cindy Morgans death has been confirmed by several outlets however, details have not yet been disclosed
Cindy Morgan's death has been confirmed by several outlets however, details have not yet been disclosed

Cindy Morgan, the American actress best known for her role as Lacey Underall in Caddyshack, passed away at the age of 69.

Her death has been confirmed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office in Florida to the Los Angeles Times, stating the reason for her demise as natural causes.

However, the officials were unable to specify exactly when she died.

Meanwhile, according to TMZ, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office told the outlet that the cops received a call from Morgan’s roommate from their Lake Worth Beach home on December 30, 2023.

The friend said she’d return from a holiday trip and knocked on the Tron star’s door in their residence only to get no response.

Moreover, the roommate mentioned to the officer that a strong odour was emanating from the inside of the home and called 911, claiming that she had last seen Morgan alive on December 19.

Later, on the cops' arrival at the place, they found the actress dead in her room with no foul play suspected.

The outlet further reported that an investigation is underway.

Cindy Morgan was best known for her role in Tron and was returned as a voice for Ma3a in Tron 2.0 video game
Cindy Morgan was best known for her role in Tron and was returned as a voice for Ma3a in Tron 2.0 video game

Morgan garnered appreciation for her role in Caddyshack, starring Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield.

Shedding light on her experience as the blonde bombshell in the 1980 sports comedy film, she said in a 2012 interview, "Caddyshack was my first film, and I’ll say that the end product was so completely different."

"It was originally about the caddies, so at first, I had nothing to lose to audition. It was fun. All I did was focus on making the person sweat. Look ‘em in the eve do that thing many women know how to do," she added that time.