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Peggy Shippen
Basic Information
Status: Alive
Age: 18
Date of birth: June 11, 1760
Nationality: United States of America flag 13 stars American
Family Information
Father: Edward Shippen, IV
Significant other(s): Husband:
Benedict Arnold
Ex-lover:
John André (d. 1778)
Portrayal
Played by: Ksenia Solo
Seasons: 2, 3, 4
Appears in: 1 series, 3 seasons, 16 episodes
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Peggy Shippen is.

BiographyEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

Peggy Shippen was portrayed by Ksenia Solo in Seasons 2, 3 and 4 of Turn: Washington's Spies.

AppearancesEdit

DescriptionEdit

Season 2Edit

"Hailing from one of the richest and most distinguished Tory families in the capital of Philadelphia, Peggy is called the most beautiful woman in America, renowned for her charisma and allure. Beyond the glittering exterior, she is clever and mature beyond her years. Both an urban sophisticate and a homebody of sorts, Peggy is devoted to her family, particularly to her father, Edward. She flouts her father’s wishes when she secretly falls in love with Major John André; however instead of eloping with him, she heroically sacrifices her happiness for the cause she believes in and the man she loves."
Official description

Season 3Edit

"Hailing from one of the richest and most distinguished Tory families in the capital of Philadelphia, Peggy is known as "the most beautiful woman in America." A clever woman with a mind of her own, Peggy disobeys her father's wishes when she falls in love with Major John André. Instead of eloping at the end of Season Two, André and Peggy decide she should stay in Philadelphia to try and turn Benedict Arnold from the Patriot cause. But the plan has backfired, with Peggy unhappily engaged to Arnold. Now, she must secure Arnold's loyalty to the British, while postponing her wedding long enough in hopes of André returning to steal her away."
Official description

Season 4Edit

"Hailing from one of the richest and most distinguished Tory families in the capital of Philadelphia, Peggy is known as "the most beautiful woman in America." A clever woman with a mind of her own, Peggy disobeyed her father's wishes when she fell in love with Major John André. Instead of eloping at the end of Season 2, André and Peggy decided she should stay in Philadelphia to turn Benedict Arnold from the Patriot cause. Peggy steered Arnold toward betraying Washington and the Americans, though with disastrous results—Arnold was run out of Philadelphia and John André was hanged. At the beginning of Season 4, Peggy has crossed lines and joined her husband in New York. But she is embittered by losing André and being known as the wife of a traitor. She plots her revenge against all those who cause her pain."
Official description

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