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Days: RIP Peggy McCay

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3 minutes ago, Dr Neil Curtis said:

Wait is this true? That site says she played Susan Garrett on Y&R from 1964-66 and we know Y&R didn’t debut til 1973!

It's all very curious because I can't find anything about it other than that mistake filled article.

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What a trouper she was - in daytime for over 60 years.

 

Her work on Love of Life is so restrained and I'm glad that several episodes are still available for us to see. Without actors like Peggy I wonder if daytime would have thrived as much as it did in the '50s. 

 

Her 1995 SPW interview is one of the first soap magazine interviews I ever read. It was very intelligent and worthwhile - a world away from anything most magazines print now. I think I posted it years ago but if anyone else has it you may enjoy it. 

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Peggy was Youn

15 minutes ago, Dr Neil Curtis said:

Wait is this true? That site says she played Susan Garrett on Y&R from 1964-66 and we know Y&R didn’t debut til 1973!

They mean Young Marrieds on ABC.

She began pretty much when daytime TV did with Love of Life in 1951.

 

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It's posted on Jason's site. She passed away on October 7th according to her cousin. 

 

RIP Peggy McCay and Caroline Brady. We knew it would happen sooner or later. :( When was her last airdate appearance? 

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REST IN PEACE, PEGGY...YOUR SEVEN DECADES OF ACTING LEAVE AN UNFORGETTABLE LEGACY FOR ALL YOUR FANS...THANKS FOR SPENDING THE LAST HALF OF YOUR CAREER IN SALEM...MA BRADY WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN...I'M SURE FRANK'S BEEN WAITING TO DANCE AN IRISH JIG WITH YOU UP THERE...
 
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Farewell Caroline & Grandpa Shawn:
 

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Wow, what a huge loss for Days. In the last 25 years they've lost almost all the heads of their major families: Macdonald Carey, Frances Reid, Joseph Mascolo, Frank Parker, and now Peggy McCay. Hard to believe John Aniston is the only one left of that generation.

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