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Peggy Connelly

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Occupation  Singer actress
Name  Peggy Connelly
Role  Singer

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Full Name  Peggy Lou Connelly
Born  September 25, 1931 (1931-09-25) Shreveport, Louisiana
Died  June 11, 2007, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Movies  Houseboat, The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
Spouse  Colin Romoff (m. 1966–1971), Dick Martin (m. 1957), James L. Dutton (m. 1950–1954)
Children  Richard Martin, Cary Martin
Similar People  Dick Martin, Dolan Ellis, Randy Sparks, Jerry Yester, Karen Black

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Peggy Connelly (September 25, 1931 – June 11, 2007) was a singer and actress.

Connelly was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She had a career as a singer and actress, starting with local dance bands (the first Harvey Anderson's) in the Fort Worth-Dallas area. In 1956 she recorded an album of standards, Peggy Connelly with Rusell Garcia – That Old Black Magic, for Bethlehem Records, reissued by Fresh Sound on Russell Garcia's Wigville Band. She also recorded two albums with The New Christy Minstrels.

In 1957 she married Dick Martin. They divorced in the 1960s.

Connelly appeared in The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955), Houseboat (1958), and the television show Take a Good Look with Ernie Kovacs.

She moved to Europe in the early 1970s and worked as a single act until the mid-1990s, when she, Sarah Tullamore and Wendy Taylor formed a trio called The Jazzberries. The Jazzberries played extensively in Paris and throughout Europe until they disbanded in 2000.


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