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About Peggy Wood
b. Margaret Wood, 9 February 1892, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA, d. 18 March 1978, Stamford, Connecticut, USA. After studying singing with operatic soprano Emma Calvé, Wood began singing in the chorus of musical comedies, before gradually building up to small roles. Her Broadway debut was in Victor Herbert’s Naughty Marietta (1910), then appeared in several other shows before making her breakthrough as Ottilie in Maytime (1917), in which the duet she sang with Charles Purcell, Sigmund Romberg’s ‘Will You Remember?’ became a huge hit (and is often known by it first line: ‘Sweetheart..