Major Leauge star Margaret Ann Whitton aka Peggy Whitton was an American film and TV actress. Throughout her life, she workes in several films like Love Child, The Best of Times, The Secret of My Success, and many more. However, life was unfair in her case, Whitton passed away on 4th December 2016 at the age of 67.
Born Margaret Ann Whitton on 30th November 1949 in Fort Meade, Maryland, the United States of America. Her birth sign was Sagittarius. Whitton was born to father, James Whitton who was an Army colonel, and mother Margaret Eleanor Whitton, who was a nurse.
Margaret at her young age spent a few years in Japan alongside her siblings, sisters, Suzy Liss and Mary Beth Whitton, and brothers, James and John Whitton.
Then with her family relocated to Haddonfield, New Jersey, and later to Fort Lauderdale, Florida and settled there. She belonged to white ethnicity and held American nationality.
Due to her interest in acting, she went to attend Northeast High School from where took her acting classes.
Talking about her relationship status, she was married twice in her life. At the time of her death, she was married to the ex-executive of Bear, Stearns & CO., Warren Spector.
The couple was married for over 23 years although the exact marriage details are not available. Despite being married for a long time the duo shared no children together.
Prior to marriage with Warren, Whitton was a divorcee. However, being a very secretive person, she never disclosed pieces of information regarding her first husband and marital life with him.
Margaret was battling cancer for a long time. She underwent many chemotherapies and medications which sadly went unsuccessful.
Despite the effort to save her, Margaret passed away peacefully on December 4th, 2016 at her Palm Beach, Florida house surrounded by her beloved husband and loving friends.
Margaret had a worth of $4 million she collected from her acting career. Besides acting, she also earned from her endorsements, advertisements, and sponsorships.
Initially, Whitton started acting on stage and later made her Broadway debut from Steaming in 1982.
She starred in several films like Teenage Hitchhikers, Love Child, The Best of Times, Ironweed, Little Monsters, The Man Without a Face, Major Leauge II, and many more.