Jaye P. Morgan

Actor and Singer
Born Dec 3, 1931

Mary Margaret Morgan, known professionally as Jaye P. Morgan, is a retired popular music American singer, actress and game show panelist.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Jaye P. Morgan.


1931 Birth Born on December 3, 1931.


1950 18 Years Old In 1950, a year after her graduation from high school, Morgan made a recording of "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" issued by Derby Records, which made it to the Top 10 in the U.S. Billboard record chart. … Read More


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In 1954, she married Michael Baiano. … Read More
1955 23 Years Old In November 1955, the British music magazine, NME, reported that Morgan was the top female vocalist in the U.S. Cash Box poll.
1956 24 Years Old In 1956, she had her own The Jaye P. Morgan Show and made guest appearances on a number of other variety shows. … Read More
1958 26 Years Old In 1958, Morgan appeared on ABC's The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom.
1960 28 Years Old On October 6, 1960, she guest starred on NBC's The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford.
1961 29 Years Old In 1961, Morgan was cast as Sally Dwight in the episode "Money and the Minister" of the CBS anthology series, General Electric Theater, hosted by Ronald Reagan.


1962 30 Years Old In 1962, she played Patty Maxwell in "Patti's Tune" of the CBS military sitcom/drama Hennesey, starring Jackie Cooper. … Read More
1964 32 Years Old In 1964, Morgan was cast as Ruth Evans in the episode "Sunday Father" of the NBC medical drama, The Eleventh Hour. … Read More
1966 34 Years Old In 1966, she guest starred on CBS's My Three Sons as fading singer Claudia Farrell in the episode entitled "A Falling Star".


1973 41 Years Old In 1973, Morgan played herself in the episode "The Songwriter" of the sitcom, The Odd Couple. … Read More
1976 44 Years Old From 1976 to 1978, Morgan was a regular panelist on the popular game/variety show The Gong Show.
1980 48 Years Old She also appeared on Rhyme and Reason and Match Game and in the 1980 "behind-the-scenes" movie version of The Gong Show.


2002 70 Years Old Morgan appeared in the 2002 George Clooney-directed film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, a fictionalized version of the life of Chuck Barris, creator of TV game shows The Gong Show and The Dating Game.
2004 72 Years Old She also appeared on the Playboy Channel game show Everything Goes, and with her former Gong partner Jamie Farr on Hollywood Squares Game Show Week II in 2004.
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