Danny Bonaduce is recovering “well” after undergoing brain surgery.
His wife, Amy Bonaduce, tweeted late Monday that the “Partridge Family” alum had it made it through successfully.
“It’s been a long day but I just wanted to let you guys know that Danny’s surgery went according to plan and he’s doing well. 💜,” she wrote.
Danny shared in April 2022 that he was suffering from a mystery illness that forced him to take a leave of absence from his radio show, “The Danny Bonaduce & Sarah Morning Show.”
Two months later, the actor said the illness, which had yet to be diagnosed, caused him to lose his ability to speak and walk.
“I’d seen my dad have a stroke, and it was the same thing,” he shared on “Good Morning America” at the time.
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“I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t keep my balance. I slurred really badly. I couldn’t remember anything.
“I was hoping for a diagnosis,” he continued, “but did not get one.”
Danny, 63, finally received his diagnosis of hydrocephalus in March 2023 after meeting with “100 doctors.”
The disorder is “caused by an abnormal buildup of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles (cavities) deep within the brain … putting harmful pressure on the brain’s tissues,” according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Although the former boxer struggled with substance abuse in the past, Danny is now sober — but doesn’t understand how he developed hydrocephalus.
“I’ve done so many stupid things,” he told TMZ. “On a reality TV show, I took a guitar to the head and that hurt. That’s possibly the cause of all this.”
In light of his diagnosis and its side effects, the couple decided to put their $1.6 million Seattle home up for sale, as its layout was no longer safe for Danny.
Amy and Danny, who wed in 2010, already have relocated from the city’s Queen Anne neighborhood to South Lake Union.
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