Brain Surgery Survivor Danny Bonaduce Puts Health Scare Behind Him as He Sells Home

Former child actor and radio host, Danny Bonaduce, has put his home up for sale following his recent health scare. In May, the 61-year-old underwent brain surgery to remove a potentially cancerous tumor. The operation was deemed a success, but Bonaduce revealed he was left with lingering symptoms, including difficulty speaking and occasional memory loss.

The home in question, located in Seattle, Washington, has been described as a “stunning 1920s colonial-style mansion.” It boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a plethora of amenities, including a pool, home theater, and wine cellar. The property is currently listed for $2.5 million.

Bonaduce has been a fixture in Hollywood since he was a child, starring in TV shows like “The Partridge Family” and “Breaking Bonaduce.” In recent years, he has become known for his work as a radio host, most notably on KZOK-FM in Seattle.

Fans of the star have expressed concern for his health following the news of the sale. However, Bonaduce has assured them that he is doing well and simply wants to downsize. “I’m not leaving Seattle,” he told a local news station. “This is my home, but it’s time for a change.”

For now, Bonaduce is focusing on his recovery and his future. He has yet to announce his next career move, but fans can be sure that he won’t be slowing down anytime soon.