Cindy Morgan, the renowned actress famous for her roles as Lacey Underall in “Caddyshack” and Lora/Yori in Disney’s original “Tron” movie, has passed away at the age of 69.

Cindy Morgan, the renowned actress famous for her roles as Lacey Underall in “Caddyshack” and Lora/Yori in Disney’s original “Tron” movie, has passed away at the age of 69.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office in Florida confirmed the sad news, stating that Morgan died of natural causes. However, the exact date of her passing was not specified.

Morgan rose to fame with her captivating portrayal of the blonde bombshell Lacey in the 1980 sports comedy “Caddyshack,” alongside Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, and Rodney Dangerfield.

Reflecting on her experience in the film, Morgan shared in a 2012 interview, “‘Caddyshack’ was my first movie, and I must say that the final product was completely different. It was originally centered around the caddies. So, initially, I had nothing to lose by auditioning. It was a fun experience. All I focused on was making the character sweat. I would look them in the eye and do that thing many women know how to do.”

Following her appearance in various television series like “The Love Boat,” “Vega$,” and “Chips,” she took on the roles of computer programmer Lora Baines and her alter-ego Yori in the 1982 sci-fi film “Tron.” She later returned to the “Tron” universe as the voice of Ma3a in the video game “Tron 2.0,” released in 2003.

Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, Morgan made appearances in numerous television series, including “Bring ‘Em Back Alive,” “Hawaiian Heat,” “Masquerade,” “The Fall Guy,” “Tough Cookies,” “Beverly Hills Buntz,” “Falcon Crest,” “Matlock,” “Mancuso, FBI,” “Hunter,” and “The Larry Sanders Show.” She also worked on TV movies such as “The Midnight Hour” (1985), “Solomon’s Universe” (1985), “Dead Weekend” (1995), “Amanda & the Alien” (1995), and “Out There” (1995).

In addition to “Caddyshack” and “Tron,” Morgan’s filmography includes movies like “Up Yours” (1979), “Galaxis” (1995), and “Open Mic’rs” (2006). Her most recent role was providing the voice for Mason’s Mother in the the 2022 indie film “Face of the Trinity.”

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