Another great comedian has made her way to the great beyond. Phyllis Diller has passed away at the age of 95.

Phyllis Diller Dead at 95



Phyllis Diller, the shock-haired comic with the distinctive cackling laugh, passed away at the age of 95. Diller did stand-up until her retirement in 2002, but it was as a guest on television talk and variety shows that cemented her reputation as a quick-witted comic. Diller was married twice and had five children with her first husband.


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