Danny Bonaduce's brain surgery was successful.
On Monday, June 5, the actor's wife, Amy Bonaduce, shared an update on Danny's health condition after the medical procedure.
"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 tweeted.
The "Partridge Family" alum's health was a mystery for some time. In April 2022, he took a leave of absence from his Seattle-based radio show due to an illness. By summer of that year, he lost his ability to speak clearly or walk unassisted, as he needed a cane for movement.
"I'd seen my dad have a stroke, and it was the same thing," he shared on "Good Morning America" at the time. "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, but did not get one."
Finally, after meeting with "100 doctors," Danny was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, a debilitating condition that puts harmful pressure on the brain's tissues via water on the brain, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Following the diagnosis, Danny and Amy listed their $1.6 million Seattle home because the layout was no longer safe for him.
Earlier this week, Danny spoke to TMZ about his health, saying his brain scan "doesn't look too good." However, he suspected that he'd feel significantly better after the surgery.
"I don't want to get my hopes up too much that I'll be cured," he said. "I don't mean to be a sorry guy, I'm not a sorry guy but I will be completely bummed out if this doesn't work."
Still, Danny wanted to keep things in perspective and hopes he'll soon be able to everyday tasks.
"I can't walk currently. I just can't," he said. "I'm never going to run track. I'm never going to box again, but if I can get from here to the kitchen on my own, bravo."
Following the surgery, the actor now has a shunt on his head that will drain fluid from his brain and relieve pressure.