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Peggy Diggins (1921–1957)

Peggy Diggins was born on October 12, 1921 in New York City, New York, USA as Margaret Mary Diggins. She was an actress, known for Navy Blues (1941), Lady Gangster (1942) and You're in the Army Now (1941). She was married to John Walters and John Staige Davis. She died on August 12, 1957 in Gulfstream, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Navy Blues
Navy Blues Navy Blues Sextet Member
Lady Gangster
You're in the Army Now
You're in the Army Now Navy Blues Sextette Member
Truck Busters


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 1943 Truck Busters
 1943 The Hard Way
Tipsy Girl at Party (uncredited)
 1942 Gentleman Jim
Beautiful Actress (uncredited)
 1942 You Can't Escape Forever
Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
 1942 Lady Gangster
 1942 The Playgirls (Short)
Sextette Member
 1942 The Man Who Came to Dinner
Hollywood Blonde (uncredited)
 1941 You're in the Army Now
Navy Blues Sextette Member
 1941 The Body Disappears
Bridesmaid (scenes deleted)
 1941 Navy Blues
Navy Blues Sextet Member
 1941 Highway West
Waitress (uncredited)
 1941 The Bride Came C.O.D.
KFWB Operator #1 (uncredited)
 1941 Million Dollar Baby (uncredited)
 1941 Affectionately Yours
Bridesmaid (uncredited)
 1941 The Great Mr. Nobody
Judy (uncredited)
 1941 The Strawberry Blonde
Girl (uncredited)
 1940 Always a Bride
Mabel (uncredited)
 1940 Tugboat Annie Sails Again
Screaming Girl (uncredited)
 1940 Alice in Movieland (Short)
Phone Operator (uncredited)
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 1941 Meet the Stars #2: Baby Stars (Documentary short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Print ads: Studio Styles hats. See more »

Publicity Listings:

5 Pictorials | See more »


5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Died in a car crash at age 35 in Gulfstream, Florida. See more »


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