AceShowbiz - Actress Peggy Pope, who played the scene-stealing, boozy office secretary in comedy hit "9 to 5", has died.
The 91-year-old passed away in Fort Collins, Colorado on May 27.
Starring alongside Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in the 1980 movie, her character, Margaret, famously used the phrase "atta girl" to encourage her three co-workers, and later appeared on a TV spin-off.
In 2011, she published her autobiography, titled "Atta Girl: Tales From a Life in the Trenches of Show Business".
Born Florence Margaret Pope in Montclair, New Jersey, she studied theater at college and appeared on Broadway in shows including "Moonbirds" and "Harvey", opposite James Stewart.
In 1968, she won an Obie Award for playing a sex worker in the John Guare play "Muzeeka".
Pope won acclaim for her role of Mrs. David on late 1970s sitcom "Soap" and also appeared on TV's "Calucci's Department", "Billy", "Bewitched", "Hart to Hart", "Hill Street Blues" and "ER", among other hit shows.
As well as "9 to 5", her film credits include "All Night Long", "The Last Starfighter", "The Substitute" and "Choke".