Interview: ‘Caddyshack’ Star Cindy Morgan Discusses Her Support of the Troops and Why She Wouldn’t Apologize to C
Morgan, whose father fought in World War II, is passionate about supporting the US military. Her father, a Polish immigrant, lied about his age to join the army and was proud to be an American.
She uses her “Caddyshack” fame to appear at corporate events as well as help as many soldiers as she can.
She served as director of the Caddyshack Reunion Golf Tournament in 2006 in Oak Brook, Illinois, which reunited some of the “Caddyshack“ cast along with other celebrities. The event raised money for the Illinois Military Family Relief Fund, an organization which helps the families of National Guard members and reservists on active duty.
Morgan also starred in another cult favorite, the Disney film “Tron.” But you won’t find her in “Tron Legacy,” the new film coming to theaters next year, even though original stars Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner appear in the new movie.
At the recent Comic-Con, young women routinely approached Morgan to ask why won’t be co-sta