|Date of Birth||3 February 1932 , Canton, Ohio, USA|
|Date of Death||16 October 1984 , Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (pancreatic cancer)|
|Birth Name||Peggy Ann Garner|
|Height||5' 4" (1.63 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
By the time she reached 20, she had moved from Hollywood to New York to try her talents on Broadway. She spent much of the 1950s living and working in New York, studying with the Actors Studio. She appeared on stage with Dorothy Gish in The Man in 1950, A Royal Family in 1951 and Home is the Hero in 1954. She also was in the road company of Bus Stop in 1955. She received Harvard's Hasty Pudding Award for Woman of the Year in 1956.
Her film career began to fade as she grew older, but she did stage and television work as well as a few other films, never recapturing her childhood fame. Even while earning her living as a real estate broker in the 1960s and as a fleet automobile sales manager during the 1970s, she dreamed of a return to the screen.
She was married and divorced three times. Her second husband was actor Albert Salmi, by whom she had a daughter, Catherine. Catherine died shortly after her Peggy's untimely death from cancer. Peggy's mother Virginia outlived both her only child and only grandchild.
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|Kenyon Foster Brown||(7 August 1964 - 1968) (divorced)|
|Albert Salmi||(16 May 1956 - 13 March 1963) (divorced) (1 child)|
|Richard Hayes||(22 February 1951 - 13 October 1953) (divorced)|
|A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945)||$1,250weekly|