Death at the age of 72 American cancer singer and actress Peggy Lipton, who, among other things, has won acclaim for her work with the TV series The Mod Squad and Twin Peaks.
According to the Variety.com film portal, Lipton was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2004. His daughters, Rashida and Kidada Jones, announced Saturday’s death news with Los Angeles Timess.
Lipton was awarded the Golden Globe Award and was nominated four times for the Emmy Award for The Mod Squad. In the series, between 1968 and 1973, Julie Barnes, the “flower child”, became one of the fashion trends of the era.
After her daughters were born, after a long break, she returned to the screen in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks series, which was formed by Norma Jennings waitress. He has also played in the series of films and the latest renovation.
Lipton was seen by the audience for the last two years on the screen, in the Four Life of a Dog. Earlier, Kevin Costner was featured in the Future Newsletter, and viewers could also be seen in the Crashes or Alias series.
At the peak of his popularity, in 1968, his album was named, but he also sang Donovan’s songs, and was also one of the authors of the L. Sinatra number by L.A.
He published his Breathing Out Memorial in 2006. In his remembrance, he recalled that in his childhood he was molested by an uncle, and he also had a relationship with several later abusers. Lipton had a love relationship with Paul McCartney, Sammy Davis Jr. and Elvis Presley and lived for a while with Lou Adler’s music producer.
Born in New York, she was already 15 years old as a model, and at the age of 19 she was on TV shows like Bewitched or The Virginia. In 1974, he married a musician producer Quincy Jones, who was born with two daughters. In 1986, however, they were disbanded, and in 1990 they were lost.