Remembering Actress Peg Phillips of 'Northern Exposure' Robert Siegel remembers his cameo voice role on the TV show Northern Exposure in 1995. He played himself introducing actress Margaret "Peg" Phillips as a commentator on All Things Considered. Phillips, who won fame as the shopkeeper Ruth-Anne Miller in the television series, died Thursday of lung disease. She was 84.
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Remembering Actress Peg Phillips of 'Northern Exposure'

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Remembering Actress Peg Phillips of 'Northern Exposure'

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Remembering Actress Peg Phillips of 'Northern Exposure'

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Robert Siegel remembers his cameo voice role on the TV show Northern Exposure in 1995. He played himself introducing actress Margaret "Peg" Phillips as a commentator on All Things Considered. Phillips, who won fame as the shopkeeper Ruth-Anne Miller in the television series, died Thursday of lung disease. She was 84.