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    ‘Bad stench’ led to’Caddyshack’ star Cindy Morgan’s body: 911 call

    Audio from a newly obtained 911 call revealed that Cindy Morgan’s roommate called for help prior to finding the body of the late actress last month.

    According to the call obtained by TMZ, the unidentified roommate told dispatchers that there was a “bad stench” coming from the late “Tron” star’s room. When she knocked she only heard Morgan’s pets.

    The roommate, who had returned to their shared Lake Worth Beach home in Florida on Dec. 30, 2023, claimed that she had not seen or heard from Morgan in the days leading up to the gruesome discovery.

    Police later found the “Caddyshack” actress dead in her room. She was 69.

    A representative for the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Fox News on Saturday that the actress died due to natural causes a “few days ago.”

    Audio from a newly obtained 911 call revealed that Cindy Morgan’s roommate had called for help prior to finding the body of the late actress last month. Orion Pictures
    the unidentified roommate told dispatchers that the was a bad odor coming from the late “Tron” star’s room and that the only answers to her knocks on Morgan’s locked door were that of her animals. Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images

    According to officials, Morgan was last seen alive on Dec. 19.

    The star’s death is still being investigated, however, they do not suspect foul play.

    There is no official cause of death at this time.

    The Chicago native got her Hollywood start in 1980 as Lacey Underall in the hit sports comedy “Caddyshack” alongside Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield and Michael O’Keefe.

    Police are still investigating the star’s death though they did reveal that they do not suspect any foul play. Harry Langdon/Getty Images

    “‘Caddyshack’ was my first film and I’ll say that the end product was so completely different,” Morgan said in a 2012 interview with The Desk of Brian. “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 eye, do that thing many women know how to do.”

    “The real transformation came when producer John Peters sprung on me the night before that Playboy was coming to the set to shoot me and I said no,” she continued. “They came anyway and Peters said “You are f–ked in this business!” [for refusing to do the shoot] and my agent didn’t handle it. From that moment on, Cindy Morgan was Lacey Underall.” 

    Following her success in both flicks, Morgan starred with Jeff Bridges in the sci-fi movie “Tron” as Dr. Lora Baines and computer program Yori in 1982. Harry Langdon/Getty Images

    Morgan later starred opposite Richard Gere in the neo-noir crime drama “American Gigolo.”

    Following her success in both films, Morgan starred alongside Jeff Bridges in the sci-fi movie “Tron” as Dr. Lora Baines and computer program Yori in 1982.

    Before gracing the silver screen, Morgan reportedly worked as a weather forecaster, radio host and DJ.

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