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Phyllis Diller dead at 95

on August 21, 2012

Queen of comedy Phyllis Diller died this morning while at sleep in her Brentwood home surrounded by family.

Diller was 95. Recently he had falle, hurting wrist and hip but this injury has nothing to do with her death according to her agent Fred Wostbrock.

In 1999 she had suffered a heart attack and was later fitted with a pacemaker.

As a professional comedian, Diller was a late bloomer: The Ohio native was an Alameda, Calif., mother of five when she made her nightclub debut at the Purple Onion in San Francisco in 1955 — at age 37.

Known for her adept timing and precisely structured jokes, Diller took pride in being able to deliver as many as 12 punch lines per minute.

She also had a stint starring in “Hello, Dolly!” during its original 1964-1970 run on Broadway. But the outlandish Diller always shined best in nightclubs, showrooms and concert halls, where one of her favorite targets was her domestic life, including her fictional husband “Fang.”

Good bye Phyllis Diller.


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