The ‘s success contributed to her divorce from actor Jack Cassidy.“The stratospheric success of the show took its toll on my marriage to Jack,” Jones writes.
“His overriding sense of inferiority in the face of my success drove him into the arms of other women even more often than before.” After Jones caught Cassidy at a restaurant with another woman, he announced he wanted a separation, and the couple later divorced.3. In the memoir, Jones calls Bonaduce, who played Danny Partridge, “highly talented” and “really, really smart.” “But he was still a kid and would do kid things like get a dish of food and throw it across the room or have a pillow fight,” she writes.
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Jones had a hard time with her fame.“The public continued to find it hard to separate the Partridge family from the real-life actors playing them, which could sometimes cause serious problems in our lives,” Jones writes.
She tells the story of when her son, Ryan, was a toddler and invited a group of tourists into their home.
“She wouldn’t listen to my advice to stay away from David, and I found myself warning her over and over against getting involved with him,” Jones writes.5.
Jones loved some guest stars, but not others.“One of the joys of working on was the guest stars,” Jones writes.