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Comedian Phyllis Diller Dies At 95

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Several news sources, including USA Today, are reporting that legendary comedian Phyllis Diller has passed away in Los Angeles. She was 95.Sources close to Diller say that she died in her home in Los Angeles on Monday surrounded by her family and friends. Recently, Diller had suffered a fall, which injured both her wrist and her hip, but sources are saying that those injuries didn’t contribute to her death.

Phyllis suffered a heart attack back in 1999, and later in life she was fitted for a pacemaker.

Phyllis Diller was best known for her TV specials where she performed alongside Bob Hope.

 

 

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