Tuesday, August 18, 2015
P Actress Peggy A. Blow with Host Cerris Morgan-Moyer on ActorsE Chat
Actress Peggy A. Blow with Host Cerris Morgan-Moyer on ActorsE Chat
Peggy A. Blow has had an incredible career as an actress performing in theatre, television and in film. Peggy was born and began her life in Germany. Her father was in the military and stationed there. Peggy came back home to the United States with her family and moved about the country frequently as a child as they moved from city to city every three years. As an only child, Peggy started entertaining early as her mother put her in classes for dance, tap, and piano and was in the band in school. This interest in performing later developed into an interest in theatre. Peggy earned her equity card before college performing in plays in the south titled Charity and Sweet Charity. Peggy later attended school at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. She had planned to attend to Julliard, and had been accepted to go there but after her father fell ill, she decided to stay close to home and attend Mercer University. After university she moved straight into professional theatre and had an illustrious beginning to her career.
Peggy A. Blow is known for her roles in Penitentiary II (1982), Drug Wars: The Camarena Story (1990), Rabbit Test (1978) and City of Angels (2000).