During her time off, she took acting classes and auditioned for commercials. She did voice overs and remembers her favorite job. Being an avid Yankees fan, she was thrilled to be hired for a commercial featuring "The Scooter", Phil Rizutto. "Holy Cow!"
Peggy, Bibs and Toni Mason carried on until the revival began and Jiggs returned. They were The Angels again and working more than ever. It was the 3 of them - Peggy, Bibs and Jiggs - until Bibs decided to retire in 1979 . Jiggs and Peg asked Lana Shaw (from the Serendipity Signers) to join them, and after she left, decided to stay as two, with the vocal help of their conductor/guitarist, Stan Sirico. They have worked continuously until the present, when they decided to do this recording project, and to introduce Jiggs'daughter, Karalyn, to the world. She did the recording with them, singing lead on two songs, and has begun to do live performances with them. For Jiggs this is a real "family affair" with her great friend/sister Peggy, her daughter Karalyn, husband Stan and sister Bibs (on recordings only) all working together. Jiggs has written her first song for the new CD. Jiggs says "It took me long enough," but is thrilled to have gone through the process. She lives in CA with Stan, their younger daughter Sam, a film student, and their 2 rescued Chow Chows. Email Jiggs.