By Megan Daley
Updated April 28, 2015 at 07:36 PM EDT
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The youngest member of The Partridge Family, Suzanne Crough, has died at her home in Nevada. She was 52.

A representative for the Clark County Coroner’s office in Las Vegas confirmed Crough’s death to EW. (TMZ first reported Crough’s passing, saying a family member confirmed the news and that it was “sudden.”) The cause of her death is unclear at this time, but an autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday.

The California native appeared on The Partridge Family from 1970 to 1974 as Tracy, the youngest member of the Partridge family and tambourine player. Following her departure from the series, the actress would go on to act in projects such as Mulligan’s Stew, Fred Flintstone and Friends and Children of Divorce. Crough’s last on-screen role was in 1980.

Back in 1993, Crough told People in an interview about post-Partridge life, “There is life after acting.” She and several of her co-stars most recently appeared together on The Today Show back in 2010.