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Feury, Peggy (1924–1985)

American actress and drama coach. Born Margaret Feury, June 20, 1924, in New Jersey; died Nov 20, 1985, in an auto accident in Los Angeles, California; m. William Traylor (actor); children: Susan Traylor (actress).

Appeared on Broadway in Enter Laughing, Turn of the Screw, Peer Gynt, The Grass Harp, The Three Sisters, and Franco Zeffirelli's production of The Lady of the Camellias; was an artistic director, instructor, and charter member of the Actor's Studio; with husband, moved to LA and founded The Loft Studio, becoming one of the city's most respected acting teachers, coaching such students as Sean Penn and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Feury, Peggy (1924–1985)

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