Peggie Castle Net Worth

Peggie Castle Net Worth is
$3 Million

Peggie Castle Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Tall, sultry, green-eyed blonde Peggie Castle was actually spotted by a talent scout while she was lunching in a Beverly Hills restaurant. In her films she was usually somebody's "woman" rather than a girlfriend, and her career was confined to mostly "B"-grade action pictures, dramas or westerns: Harem Girl (1952), Wagons West (1952), The Prince ...

Date Of BirthDecember 22, 1927, Appalachia, Virginia, United States
DiedAugust 11, 1973, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of BirthAppalachia, Virginia, USA
Height5' 7" (1.7 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
SpouseArthur Morganstern (m. 1971–1973)
ChildrenErin McGarry
Star SignCapricorn
#Quote
1Let's face it. Nobody likes nice women on the screen. Nice women are dull.
#Fact
1Her signing by Universal-International in 1950 was instigated by Universal star Audie Murphy, whom she was seeing at the time. She left Universal in 1954 and freelanced.
2During her teens, she did some teen modeling and was also hired for a radio soap opera called "Today's Children".
3Developed a chronic alcohol problem in the early 1960s. In 1969 she attempted suicide by taking an overdose of barbiturates and slashing her wrists. She was later committed to California's Camarillo State Hospital for her alcoholism, but she regressed after her release.
4While promoted by Universal, she was dubbed "Miss Classy Chassis, "Miss Cheesecake" and "Miss Jet Job".
5In 1949, Peggie was voted Miss Classy Chassis by members of the United Automobile Workers Union from seven Western states.
6Had a daughter with third husband William McGarry named Erin. Erin McGarry was born in 1963.
7Parents' names were Doyle and Elizabeth Blair. Her father was a director of an industrial relations firm. When the family moved to Hollywood he was hired as a studio manager at Goldwyn Studios.
8Peggie used to return to her hometown of Appalachia VA at least once a year to visit her favorite aunt to whom she was very close. A resident of Peggie's hometown of Appalachia, VA has recently written a two act play based on her life. Much of the dialogue in the play is taken from actual letters Peggie wrote to her favorite Aunt back home in Appalachia.
9Once named the Ideal Hollywood Secretary by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce after portraying a secretary in the film Miracle in the Rain (1956) in which Peggie co-starred with Van Johnson and Jane Wyman.
10Close friend of war hero/actor Audie Murphy in the early 1950's.
11According to Hollywood lore, Peggie Castle was discovered by a talent agent while eating a shrimp cocktail in the seafood bar of the Farmer's Market in Los Angeles.
12Her birthplace home is the largest house in Appalachia, Virginia.

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Virginian1966TV SeriesMelissa
Lawman1959-1962TV SeriesLily Merrill
World of Giants1959TV Series
Markham1959TV SeriesAnn Jennings
The Restless Gun1958-1959TV SeriesFern Foster / Amity Hobbs
Mike Hammer1959TV SeriesJoan Barry
77 Sunset Strip1958TV SeriesValerie Stacey
The Texan1958TV SeriesCharlotta Rivera
Perry Mason1957TV SeriesSally Fenner
Seven Hills of Rome1957Carol Ralston
Back from the Dead1957Mandy Hazelton Anthony
Beginning of the End1957Audrey Aimes
Cheyenne1956-1957TV SeriesAmy Gordon / Mississippi
The O. Henry Playhouse1957TV Series
Gunsmoke1957TV SeriesNita Tucker
Hell's Crossroads1957Paula Collins
Conflict1957TV SeriesLila Prescott
The Counterfeit Plan1957Carole Bernard
Zane Grey Theater1956TV SeriesJenny--erroneously listed as Charity in on-screen credits
Four Star Playhouse1956TV SeriesMolly Barry
The Oklahoma Woman1956Marie 'Oklahoma' Saunders
Quincannon, Frontier Scout1956Maylene Mason
Miracle in the Rain1956Millie Kranz
The Millionaire1956TV SeriesCandy Caldwell AKA Alice Candace Horton
Assignment: Mexico1956TV MovieGrace O'Conner
Target Zero1955Ann Galloway
Two-Gun Lady1955Karen Marshall, alias Kate Masters (as Peggy Castle)
Tall Man Riding1955Reva
Finger Man1955Gladys Baker
Max Liebman Presents: Kaleidoscope1955TV MovieGuest
The White Orchid1954Kathryn Williams
Jesse James' Women1954Waco Gans
The Long Wait1954Venus
The Yellow Tomahawk1954Katherine Bohlen
Fireside Theatre1952-1954TV SeriesKate / Ann
Overland Pacific1954Ann Dennison
99 River Street1953Pauline Driscoll
I, the Jury1953Charlotte Manning
Son of Belle Starr1953Julie Wren
Cow Country1953Melba Sykes
Racket Squad1953TV Series
Invasion, U.S.A.1952Carla Sanford
Wagons West1952Ann Wilkins
Harem Girl1952Princess Shareen
The Golden Horde1951Lailee
The Prince Who Was a Thief1951Princess Yasmin
Bright Victory1951Eleanor (uncredited)
Air Cadet1951Pat
Payment on Demand1951Diana Ramsey
Shakedown1950Hat Check Girl
I Was a Shoplifter1950Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Buccaneer's Girl1950Cleo
Woman in Hiding1950Waitress (uncredited)
Outside the Wall1950Crossroads Tavern Waitress (uncredited)
Herman's Herd1949ShortPeggy Castle (as Peggy Castle)
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College1949Jean Auchincloss (uncredited)
When a Girl's Beautiful1947'Koko' Glayde (as Peggy Call)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cheyenne1957TV Series performer - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Here's Hollywood1961TV SeriesHerself
The Juke Box Jury1956TV SeriesHerself
Lux Video Theatre1956TV SeriesHerself - Intermission guest
The Colgate Comedy Hour1955TV SeriesHerself - Actress

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Frontier Justice1958TV SeriesJenny--erroneously listed as Charity in on-screen credits

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6266 Hollywood Blvd.

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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