Margaret Teele

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Margaret Teele

Margaret Teele (born Margaret J. Poby, 5 November 1942 in Joliet, Illinois) and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin is an American television and motion picture actress who appeared in "Gomer Pyle", "The Andy Griffith Show", "Batman", "The Rounders", "The Accidental Family" and "Captain Nice" and other television shows as well as films such as "The Silencers", "Way Way Out", "Hook, Line & Sinker", "The Unkissed Bride" (also known as "Mother Goose a Go-Go") and "The Human Duplicators".

Margaret Teele grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, attended Saint Patrick's Catholic Grade School and Saint Joseph's Academy High School. Margaret began acting in local high school productions. In one of the productions, "The King and I", Teele played Tony Shalhoub's mother. Teele resigned from acting to raise a family. She is the mother of singer Jenna Drey.

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In Andy Griffith episode "A Visit to Barney Fife", Barney becomes a hero in Raleigh when visiting Andy helps him solve a string of robberies committed by Ma Parker and her family. Barney has a crush on Agnes Jean Parker played by actress Margaret Teele.