Peggy Cummins

Highest Rated: 100% Curse of the Demon (1958)
Birthday: Dec 18, 1925
Birthplace: Not Available
Blonde, exotically beautiful British actress Peggy Cummins was a stage performer from the age of 12. She appeared in a handful of English films in the early 1940s, which brought her to the attention of 20th Century-Fox head man Darryl F. Zanuck. Amidst a shower of publicity, Peggy was brought to Hollywood to star in Fox's film adaptation of the notorious Kathleen Windsor novel Forever Amber. In the early stages of shooting, however, Zanuck evinced disappointment in Peggy's performance, and rapidly replaced her with Linda Darnell; Ms. Cummins was "compensated" with antiseptic leading-lady roles in Fox's Green Grass of Wyoming (1947), Moss Rose (1947) and The Late George Apley (1947). Before returning to England in 1950, Peggy Cummins delivered an unforgettable performance as a psychopathic Bonnie Parker-type criminal in the film noir classic Gun Crazy (1949).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Moss Rose Actor 2015
No Score Yet In the Doghouse Actor 2012
No Score Yet Dentist in the Chair Peggy Travers 1961
No Score Yet Captain's Table Mrs. Judd 1960
No Score Yet The Captain's Table Actor 1959
100% Curse of the Demon Joanna Harrington 1958
No Score Yet Carry on Admiral (The Ship Was Loaded) Susan Lashwood 1957
No Score Yet Hell Drivers Lucy 1957
No Score Yet The Love Lottery Sally 1954
No Score Yet Always a Bride Clare Hemsley 1953
No Score Yet Meet Mr. Lucifer Kitty Norton 1953
97% Gun Crazy (Deadly Is the Female) Annie Laurie Starr 1950
No Score Yet Escape Dora Winton 1948
No Score Yet Green Grass of Wyoming Carey Greenway 1948
No Score Yet The Late George Apley Eleanor Apley 1947
No Score Yet English Without Tears (Her Man Gilbey) Bobby Heseltine 1944


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