(He did not know until he got the part that his real life stepmother Shirley Jones was to play his mother Shirley.) The show ended in 1974, but not the close relationship he had with his "sister" Susan Dey, who played Laurie Partridge.
In 1976, David's father Jack died when his apartment caught on fire.
She explained that she wanted to know if any assets or property were sold off beforehand because she was entitled to some of the profits.
As Radar has reported, Susan filed papers with the court demanding both to be kept apprised of all developments in David's bankruptcy, and that David be forced to sell the Ft.
After making small wages from Screen Gems for his work on The Partridge Family during season one, Aarons discovered a loophole in his contract and renegotiated it with far superior terms, and a four-year duration, a rare stipulation at the time.
After signing with Universal Studios in 1969, Cassidy was featured in episodes of the TV series Ironside, Marcus Welby, M. In 1970, he took the part of Keith Partridge, son of Shirley Partridge, who was played by Cassidy's real stepmother and series' lead, Shirley Jones.
Following months of both parties accusing each other of dirty legal tricks and the actor’s criminal case over an alleged hit and run, a Florida judge signed off on their divorce last week.
When he was 18, he went east to New York to perform in a play called "The Fig Leafs are Falling." He did some other spots on TV, but in 1970 he got the opportunity to play Keith Partridge on the TV show The Partridge Family (1970).That year, David got married to Kay Lenz, but they later divorced.He got married again to a horse trainer in 1984, but it did not last either. (He has a son from Sue named Beau Devon.) In 1994, he wrote a book about his years being Keith Partridge.FOR MORE, PICK UP THE NEW ISSUE OF CLOSER WEEKLY, ON NEWSSTANDS NOW.David Cassidy was born on April 12, 1950 to Jack Cassidy, a very skilled actor, and actress Evelyn Ward.Aarons had represented Jack and Shirley Jones for several years prior, and later represented Cassidy's half-brother Shaun.Aarons became an authority figure and close friend to Cassidy, and proved to be the fighting force behind his on-screen success.Around the same time, Cassidy filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, claiming he had a total of ,143,367.97 in liabilities and ,714,913 in assets.In the bankruptcy filing, Cassidy, 66, listed his million Fort Lauderdale mansion, two lots in the Bahamas he bought for 7,000 each, 0 in cash, ,000 in his bank accounts, ,000 in furniture, nearly 0,000 in his IRAss, ,000 interest in a tax refund, a 2009 Chevrolet Corvette, a 2004 Lexus with an unidentified value and ,000 from his legal win against Sony for unpaid royalties from The Partridge Family as assets.star opens up about his long-time battle with alcoholism and the day he hit rock bottom (when he was arrested for a DUI in January — his third charge in less than three years), plus how he found love again after his wife of 23 years filed for divorce this past February.Now, more than ever, David shares he's determined to beat his addiction to alcohol.