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Phyllis Diller
Phyllis Diller
Diller on February 25, 2007
Birthday/Birthplace Phyllis Ada Driver
(1917-07-17)July 17, 1917
Lima, Ohio, U.S.
Deceased August 20, 2012(2012-08-20)
Brentwood, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
College(s) Bluffton College
Profession(s) Actress, comedienne
Active Years 1941–2012
Credit for
  • The Pruitts of Southampton
  • A Bug’s Life
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
  • Robot Chicken
Wife/Husband Sherwood Anderson Diller
(m. 1939; div. 1965)
Warde Donovan Tatum
(m. 1965; div. 1975)
Partner(s) Robert P. Hastings (c. 1985–96; his death)
Kid(s) 6
Comedy career
Medium Stand-up, film, television, books
Genre(s) Insult comedy, observational comedy, musical comedy, improvisational comedy
Subject(s) American culture, racism, self-deprecation, everyday life, religion, current events

Phyllis Ada Driver (Lima, Ohio, July 17, 1917 – m.A., Los Angeles, California, August 20, 2012), better known as Phyllis Diller b), was an American comedian and actress. He developed an artistic career that spanned 60 years, in which he gained popularity for his performance in live comedy.

Phyllis_Diller’s Biography

Childhood and professional beginnings

During his youth, before appearing on television, Diller worked in 1952 on the KROW radio station, located in Oakland, California. At the end of the same year he made his television debut, starring in the short-lived series Phyllis Dillis, the Homely Friendmaker (1952), directed by Jim Baker.

Artistic consecration

During the mid-1960s, Diller grew in popularity thanks to his collaborations, both in film and television, with comedian Bob Hope. In this way, he appeared in three films co-starring Hope: Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! (1966), Eight on the Lam (1967) and The Private Navy of Sgt. O’Farrell (1968). While these productions were not rated critically, Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! it proved to be a commercial success and the binomial Diller-Hope traveled in 1966 to Vietnam to entertain the US troops stationed there.

Back in the United States, Diller continued to make films, including Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady? (1968) and the drama The Adding Machine (1969), and two short-lived television series: the sitcom produced by ABC The Pruitts of Southampton (later known as The Phyllis Diller Show) (1966-67), together with Gypsy Rose Lee, Reginald Gardiner and Richard Deacon; and the NBC variety show The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show (1968). Soon after, he joined the cast of the hit Broadway musical comedy Hello, Dolly! (1969-70), co-starring Richard Deacon. There he played the widow Dolly Levi, role previously assumed by Carol Channing, Ginger Rogers, Martha Raye, Betty Grable and Pearl Bailey. After the departure of Diller, the show began to be starring Ethel Merman until it came out on the billboard in December 1970.

Later race

Diller appeared in three episodes of the sitcom Blossom, the first of which, Kiss and Tell, aired on October 4, 1993. A year later, in 1994, he landed the lead role in the movie The Perfect Man, by Wendy Hill-Tout. In the same year, he seconded Ezio Greggio and Dom DeLuise in the Italian-American feature Il silenzio dei prosciutti. From the end of the decade of 1990 until its last years of life, Diller realized several special appearances in the soap opera produced by CBS The Bold and the Beautiful, where it assumed the roll of Gladys Pope.

In 1997, he played a brief casting role in the film written and directed by Steven Diller Peoria Babylon. In 1998 and 1999, she played Nancy Priest in the episodes The Ghost of Whyther Grange and The Book of Hours in the Canadian drama starring Martha MacIsaac, Emily of New Moon.

In 2002, after overcoming several health problems, Diller announced his withdrawal from the live performances during a presentation in Las Vegas, said he would not perform more monologues or tours. In his last years, he also dedicated himself to lending his voice to characters from movies and animation series.

Last years

Diller released his memoirs in 2005 with the collaboration of Richard Buskin and a year later, he played supporting roles in the films Everything’s Jake and Unbeatable Harold. In January of 2007, he interrupted his withdrawal from the live comedy to monologue in a broadcast of the television series The Tonight Show, where he was also interviewed by the program presenter Jay Leno. The presenter commented that the actress sometimes called him by phone to suggest some jokes that he could say. For July of that year he planned a new visit to Leno’s program, but he had to suspend it when he suffered a fracture and had to be hospitalized. However, she played herself in an episode of the Boston Legal drama series.

Phyllis Diller in 2007.

Towards the end of his life, Diller continued making public appearances and maintaining a very active life for his age, to the point that with more than ninety years, he continued to participate in documentaries and television programs. In 2011, she was interviewed by Rosie O’Donnell for her show The Rosie Show where she was honored for her long career in the show. There, O’Donnell and comedians like Joy Behar, Chelsea Handler and Kathy Griffin singled out Diller as the precursor of live comedy as well as the most influential woman in the genre. In that same year he also appeared in a chapter of the Roseanne Barr cycle.

Her last work in a television series occurred in early 2012, when she played Gladys in two episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful.


Diller died of natural causes while sleeping on August 20, 2012 at his home in Brentwood at age 95. His representative Milton Suchin said that “he was at home and died with a smile on his face; She was a true pioneer. “

Personal life

Diller married twice, with Sherwood Anderson Diller and actor Warde Donovan. He had six children.

Phyllis Diller Net Worth – $15 Million

More Facts about Phyllis Diller

Whole Name Phyllis Ada Driver
AKA(s) Phyllis Diller, Diller, Phyllis
Born/Where DeKalb, Illinois, USA
Born July 17, 1917
Died 2012-08-20
Lived 95 years, 1 month, 3 days
Astrological sign Taurus
What He/She Does Stand-up comedian, actress, voice artist, comedienne
Alma Mater Bluffton College
Relationships Sherwood Anderson Diller

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