Published January 1, 1932
Though she primarily worked in theater, Peggy Wood also played opposite Will Rogers in the film 'Handy Andy' and had a cameo in 'A Star Is Born.' From 1949 to 1957, she portrayed matriarch Marta Hansen—or Mama—in the CBS television series 'Mama,' based on the film 'I Remember Mama.' Here, she is photographed by Florence Vandamm in the January 1932 Vanity Fair.
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