Could It Be Forever?: My Story by David CassidyIn the early 1970s, when he was just 20 years old, David Cassidy achieved the sort of teen idol fame that is rarely seen. He was mobbed everywhere he went. His clothes were regularly ripped off by adoring fans. He sold records the world over. He was bigger than Elvis. And all thanks to a hit TV show called The Partridge Family. David Cassiday, in his own words, gives a brutally frank account of those mindblowing days of stardom in which being David Cassidy played second fiddle to being Keith Partridge. Including stories of sex, drugs, and rocknroll that explode the myth of Cassidy as squeaky clean, it is also the story of how to keep on living life and loving yourself when the fickle fans fall away. David Cassidy is also the author of Cmon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus.
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David Cassidy Reveals Dementia Diagnosis, Says He Was 'In Denial' Yet 'Always Knew This Was Coming'
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David Cassidy is opening up about his battle with dementia. The singer and former star of The Partridge Family was recently diagnosed with the memory loss syndrome, ET can confirm. Cassidy recently spoke about his history with dementia -- including watching both his grandfather and his mother, actress Evelyn Ward, suffer from the illness -- and admitted to People that he had long feared that he would also receive the diagnosis. Cassidy also reflected on watching his mother "disappear" into her struggle with the disease, recounting, "In the end, the only way I knew she recognized me is with one single tear that would drop from her eye every time I walked into the room. Cassidy's diagnosis comes after several tumultuous years , including a number of high-profile arrests for driving under the influence, a divorce from his third wife, Sue Shifrin, filing for bankruptcy and a couple of on-stage meltdowns, among other personal trials. In the wake of his dementia diagnosis, Cassidy revealed that he's decided to focus on his health and therefore will no longer be touring as a musician. I want to enjoy life.
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Originally, this two-hour documentary began as a broader four-part series that David was contractually and artistically committed to completing and promoting. Unaware of the gravity of his deteriorating physical health, however, David would not live to see the completion of the project. He had a family history of dementia, which makes it all the more sad. The implication was he suffered from Alzheimers. I knew immediately, given his past behavior, that he didn't have Alzheimers and that "dementia" was just code for "ongoing alcoholism. Whatever it was, it is still totally sad.
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