ONE of the original Disney Mouseketeers Doreen Tracey has died at the age of 74.
Tracey died Wednesday at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, California, after a two-year battle with cancer, Disney publicist Howard Green announced. She kept close to Disney over the years, appearing at various conventions and performing in reunion shows. After her television career, she worked until retirement as an administrator at Warner Bros, The Times reported.
Tracey famously posed nude wearing just a pair of Mickey Mouse ears for Gallery magazine in 1976 - which led to her being axed by Disney executives. An incredible number of youngsters hurried home from college to see wonder since the springy Mouseketeers declared by themselves towards the cover of the present. It has been designed for kiddies at the pre-dinner hour.
The hour-long show proved a sensation with its October 3, 1955, debut. Tracey stayed for its four-year run.
Tracey was born in London on April 3, 1943, the child of an American vaudeville dance team that performed for Allied soldiers during World War II. She nabbed a spot on "The Mickey Mouse Club" when she was 12.
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The child star auditioned for The Mickey Mouse Club at the age of 12 and remained a member of the show for its original three-season run from 1955-1959 on ABC. Even now, she regularly looked at Mickey Mouse Club reunion reveals in Disneyland and in Disney conventions, even continue observing the series's 60th anniversary in 2015.
Tracey was divorced and is survived by a son, Bradley, and two grandchildren, Gavin and Autumn.
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