Regardless of more than four decades in the business, performer Peggy Lipton is best known for a part she played in 1968, that of covert cop Julie Barnes in The Mod Squad (1968-1973). Nonetheless, preceding life as Julie Barnes, Lipton had taken an interest in The John Forsythe Show (1965-1966) and featured nearby Kurt Russell in Mosby’s Marauders, a basically adulated three-section story from The Wonderful World of Disney arrangement. After the finale of The Mod Squad (and the get-together in 1979’s The Return of the Mod Squad), Lipton assumed supporting parts in Purple People Eater and Keenen Ivory Wayans’ I’m Gonna Git You Sucka! (both 1988). After a short time, an alternate TV part dispatched Lipton’s name over into the standard – David Lynch’s strange show arrangement Twin Peaks (1990-1991), which offered Lipton in the part of Norma Jennings.
Lipton repeated her Twin Peaks part in 1992, however, dissimilar to The Return of the Mod Squad, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me was a peculiarity film prequel to the TV arrangement. Lipton kept on showing up in film and TV all through the ’90s – she had chosen to concentrate the greater part of her consideration on raising a family instead of seeking after acting full-time – and played a little, supporting part in Kevin Costner’s absurd film The Postman in 1997. In 2000, Lipton worked with Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Jason Leigh in executive Tamra Davis’ transitioning dramatization Skipped Parts, and went ahead to perform in Michael and Mark Polish’s Jackpot in 2001. She likewise turned up on the well known spy arrangement Alias in 2004 as the misleading mother of the also tricky government operators Lauren Reed (Melissa George). Peggy Lipton was hitched to writer/maker Quincy Jones from 1974-1989, and the previous couple have two little girls together.