The lovely and accomplished wife of Senator Elbertson is the force behind a successful family.
Never settling for the trophy wife role, Peggy comes from old money and strikes her own trail in the social scene.
Ever protective and ever devout, she clings to her family and her faith.
She’s not about to let her idiot husband ruin her life.
Will she lose everything?
About Sharon Denise Talbot
Who says dreams don’t come true?
Sharon Denise Talbot is the oldest of Wilfred and Bernice LeJeune Ardoin‘s six children and a southwest Louisiana native that once upon a time dreamed of things like love and marriage, writing books, acting and living in New Orleans. The love and marriage part came right after high school for Denise when she married Mark Talbot. They share almost thirty-two years of marriage with three children, three grandchildren and waiting on a fourth any day now. After years spent in the corporate arena and raising her children the impending arrival of her first grandchild, seemed like the perfect time for a change of pace. Coming from a family full of expressive, creative people certainly has its advantages. Denise decided to enlist the artistic/illustrating talent of her daughter Laura and dust off the dream of writing children’s books. Her first book “I Love You Bigger Than The Sky!” was published in March of 2010. “If I Were A French Quarter Rat” her second was released in February of this year and a third book “Ardoin the Ant” should be available in late November/early December.
About the same time as her first book hit the shelves, she launched her New Orleans website, www.whodatdodat.com and was introduced to the burgeoning film industry in New Orleans. After participating in more than 30 major film and television projects there is no doubt another dream has a check by it. Having the opportunity to play the part of Subrosan’s Peggy Elbertson opposite her real life husband Mark as the Senator and working with her son Matthew as Miguel in the same project is just icing on the cake. Moving down the check list, since Denise’s last chick left the nest for college in May the transition from part-time to full-time New Orleanians became a reality for the Talbots.
This French Quarter resident is now the author of children’s books, an online writer, blogger and website host, as well as an actor and movie extra. So the moral of this story is your life can be your dream. Or, in the words of George Eliot “It is never too late to become what we might have been….. “