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Peggy King

Peggy King

Peggy King


Peggy King was born on February 16, 1930 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, USA. She is an actress, known for The George Gobel Show (1954), Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) and Behind the Candelabra (2013). http://youtu.be/KzQXv9rFyG8 Discovered by Mitch Miller after he heard her radio jingle for Hunt's Tomato Sauce, Peggy King recorded only a few LPs during the '50s (for Columbia and Candlelite), but was a popular face on television and remained a steadfast interpreter of standards for decades after. Read more on Last.fm
Peggy King was born on February 16, 1930 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, USA. She is an actress, known for The George Gobel Show (1954), Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) and Behind the Candelabra (2013). http://youtu.be/KzQXv9rFyG8 Discovered by Mitch Miller after he heard her radio jingle for Hunt's Tomato Sauce, Peggy King recorded only a few LPs during the '50s (for Columbia and Candlelite), but was a popular face on television and remained a steadfast interpreter of standards for decades after. King was known best for her 1954 spots for The George Gobel Show on television, which earned her the nickname "Pretty Perky Peggy King." Born in 1930 in Greensburg, PA, King began singing at an early age. After her family moved to Ravenna, OH, she attended high school and business college, meanwhile singing at clubs around the Cleveland area.

She made the move to radio and a hotel band as well, then joined the big-time when she began touring with the orchestras of Charlie Spivak, Ray Anthony, and Ralph Flanagan. Sparked by the national popularity of Flanagan's band, King moved to Hollywood, where she took singing and dancing lessons. Her television debut came on Mel Tormé's show, but her big break came under inauspicious circumstances. Columbia A&R head Mitch Miller heard her singing a radio jingle for Hunt's Tomato Sauce while driving in his car, and she soon began recording for Columbia. Her breakout year was 1954, during which she was featured both on The George Gobel Show and Ted Mack's Amateur Hour.

Her single "Make Yourself Comfortable" reached the Hit Parade early in 1955, and she recorded a pair of solid LPs that year, Girl Meets Boy and Wish Upon a Star. The work earned her an Emmy nomination, and Down Beat magazine named her the Best New Singer of 1956. Though her studio recording schedule grew less busy, King made numerous appearances on television during the late '50s and early '60s. Later making her home in Philadelphia, King performed with the acclaimed Philadelphia Orchestra, and co-wrote (and performed) the NFL's "The Men Who Played the Game." Actress (14 credits) 1959 Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Dave King Show (TV Series) Peggy King - The Two Kings (1959) ...

Peggy King 1959 The Milton Berle Show (TV Series) Peggy King - April Fool's Day (1959) ... Peggy King 1959 Maverick (TV Series) Jenny Hill - The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill (1959) ... Jenny Hill 1958 Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates (TV Movie) Rychie Van Gleck 1956-1957 The George Gobel Show (TV Series) Guest Vocalist - Episode #4.7 (1957) ... Guest Vocalist - Episode #2.29 (1956) 1957 Zero Hour! Stewardess Janet Turner 1957 Matinee Theatre (TV Series) - The First Year (1957) 1956 Producers' Showcase (TV Series) Tillie - Jack and the Beanstalk (1956) ...

Tillie 1956 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV Series) Tillie - Episode #2.8 (1956) ... Tillie 1955 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series) Peggy King - Peggy King & Art Linkletter (1955) ... Peggy King 1955 Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy Vocalist 1955 Dragnet (TV Series) - The Big Underground (1955) 1953 Torch Song Cora (uncredited) 1952 The Bad and the Beautiful Singer at Party (uncredited) Hide Hide Soundtrack (8 credits) 2013 Behind the Candelabra (TV Movie) (performer: "When Liberace Winks at Me") 1959 Maverick (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - The Strange Journey of Jenny Hill (1959) ... (performer: "Some Sunday Morning", "Over the Rolling Waters Go", "Too Much Love Can Make You Unhappy", "Comin' Thro' the Rye") 1956 Producers' Showcase (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - Jack and the Beanstalk (1956) ...

(performer: "He Never Looks My Way", "I'll Go Along With You") 1955 The George Gobel Show (TV Series) (performer - 3 episodes) - Episode #2.6 (1955) ... (performer: "Love and Marriage") - Episode #2.4 (1955) ... (performer: "Moments to Remember") - Episode #1.13 (1955) ... (performer: "Music, Maestro, Please") 1955 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - Peggy King & Art Linkletter (1955) ...

(performer: "This Is Where Love Walks Out, Brother") 1955 Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (performer: "You Came A Long Way From St. Louis") 1955 The 27th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) (performer: "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep") 1952 The Bad and the Beautiful (performer: "Don't Blame Me" (uncredited)) Hide Hide Music department (1 credit) 1955 Dragnet (TV Series) (singer - 1 episode) - The Big Underground (1955) ... (singer: original song) Hide Hide Self (23 credits) 1967 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode dated 15 March 1967 (1967) ... Herself 1965 ABC's Nightlife (TV Series) Herself - Episode dated 15 July 1965 (1965) ...

Herself 1963 Today (TV Series) Herself - Episode dated 10 October 1963 (1963) ... Herself 1961 To Tell the Truth (TV Series) Herself - Panelist / Herself - Guest Panelist - Episode dated 11 September 1961 (1961) ... Herself - Panelist - Episode dated 28 August 1961 (1961) ... Herself - Guest Panelist 1959-1960 The Garry Moore Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode #2.18 (1960) ...

Herself - Episode #2.4 (1959) ... Herself - Episode #1.35 (1959) ... Herself - Episode #1.21 (1959) ... Herself 1959 The Chevy Showroom Starring Andy Williams (TV Series) Herself - Episode #2.8 (1959) ...

Herself 1959 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) - Episode dated 3 January 1959 (1959) 1958 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode #1.242 (1958) ... Herself - Episode #1.240 (1958) ... Herself 1958 Stump the Stars (TV Series) Herself - Episode dated 6 May 1958 (1958) ... Herself 1956-1958 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV Series) Herself - Singer / Herself - 'Steve Allen Show' Continues from Hollywood (1958) ...

Herself - Singer - Episode #2.35 (1957) ... Herself - Salute to Baseball (1956) ... Herself - Singer 1957 The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom (TV Series) Herself - Episode #1.11 (1957) ... Herself 1957 The Nat King Cole Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode #3.8 (1957) ...

Herself 1957 The Guy Mitchell Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode #1.4 (1957) ... Herself 1956 The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode dated 28 December 1956 (1956) ... Herself 1956 The Jonathan Winters Show (TV Series) Herself - Episode #1.6 (1956) ... Herself 1954-1956 The George Gobel Show (TV Series) Herself / Herself - Vocalist - Episode #2.26 (1956) ...

Herself - Episode #2.25 (1956) ... Herself - Vocalist - Episode #2.24 (1956) ... Herself - Episode #2.21 (1956) ... Herself - Vocalist - Episode #2.19 (1956) ...

Herself - Vocalist See all 27 episodes » 1956 The Milton Berle Show (TV Series) Herself - Singer - Episode #8.12 (1956) ... Herself - Singer 1955 What's My Line? (TV Series) Herself - Mystery Guest #2 - Episode dated 28 August 1955 (1955) ... Herself - Mystery Guest #2 1955 Music 55 (TV Series) Herself - Episode #1.6 (1955) ... Herself 1955 Musical Chairs (TV Series) Herself / panelist 1955 The Name's the Same (TV Series) Herself - Celebrity Guest - Episode dated 5 July 1955 (1955) ...

Herself - Celebrity Guest 1955 The 27th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) Herself - Performer 1951 The Mel Tormé Show (TV Series) Herself Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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