She was often the warm backdrop that set up the zingers flung out by her on-screen brother Danny, played by Danny Bonaduce.She also appeared in commercials as a child but largely stayed out of the limelight as an adult, according to Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said Tuesday that an autopsy was scheduled Wednesday.An announcement of the cause of death was pending the results of forensic laboratory testing.We hadn't even really gotten our head around them as a couple yet, and all of a sudden they're husband and wife? But for as blindsided as we were by their whirlwind romance, Benji and Cam are hardly the first two celebrities to have a quick courtship.In fact, with seven months between the time they started dating and got married, they're right in the middle of the bell curve of this list. Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden : married since January 2015 Nothing like getting married within weeks of getting engaged, but congratulations on these two for holding strong after less than twenty-four hours of marriage! Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger : married since July 2013 These two dummies started dating on July 1st, 2012, and Chad proposed on August 8th of the same year.In case you're not so hot at math, that's just over one month of dating, and they got married a year to the day after their first date. Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford (Photo: Ivan Nikolov / WENN.com) : married since April 2012.This case is slightly different, because Carey and Marcus were childhood penpals, so they knew each other a little, but they lost touch and then reconnected in adulthood.
In 1990 the red headed do-do bird was arrested at a when he/she got into the car.Sorry ladies, Danny Bonaduce is no longer on the market.The former child actor ("The Partridge Family") and pumped up reality TV subject ("Breaking Bonaduce") married girlfriend Amy Railsback on Nov. Bonaduce, 51, and his bride -- a 28-year-old former substitute teacher who is now his manager -- sealed their love with a 0 "sterling silver diamond crusted skull and crossbones" wedding ring.“I had no doubts at all about playing Shirley Partridge,” Jones writes.“First, because she was destined to become the first working mother on TV and I loved the script.