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Peggy Hopkins Joyce

Actress, artists' model and dancer

Peggy Hopkins Joyce is ...


Born 26 May 1893 in Virginia
Died 12 June 1957 in New York City
Age 64 years, 1 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United States of America
Manner of death natural causes
Spouse Carl Gustaf Mörner
Occupation actor, dancer, model, stage actor and film actor

About Peggy Hopkins Joyce

Peggy Hopkins Joyce was a woman who lived life on her own terms. Born on May 26, 1893, in Berkley, Virginia, she was a woman who defied convention and became a star in her own right. She was an actress, an artist's model, and a dancer, but she was best known for her beauty and her scandalous personal life.

Joyce began her career as a Ziegfeld Follies girl, but it wasn't long before she was making headlines for her affairs with wealthy men. She was married six times, and her husbands included a prince, a movie producer, and a millionaire. She was also rumored to have had affairs with some of the most famous men of her time, including Charlie Chaplin and Rudolph Valentino.

Despite her scandalous reputation, Joyce was a talented performer. She appeared in several films, including "The Skyrocket" and "The Hollywood Revue of 1929," and she was a popular stage performer. She was also a talented artist's model, posing for some of the most famous artists of her time, including Diego Rivera and John Singer Sargent.

Joyce's life was filled with drama and excitement, and she was a fixture in the gossip columns of the day. She was known for her extravagant lifestyle, and she once famously said, "I have never been rich, but I have always lived like a queen." She died in 1957, but her legacy lives on as a symbol of the glamour and excess of the Roaring Twenties.


- "Peggy Hopkins Joyce: The Life and Times of America's Gilded Age Diva" by Constance Rosenblum

- "Peggy Hopkins Joyce: The Queen of the Gold Diggers" by Ruth Waterbury

- "The Life and Times of Peggy Hopkins Joyce" by Robert Gottlieb

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