FROM Phyllis Diller
Phyllis Diller in Her Own Words On August 20, 2012, the legendary comedian, Phyllis Diller , died at age 95. Last year, The Business producer Darby Maloney interviewed Diller for a BBC radio documentary about her. We hear excerpts of that conversation in which Diller describes her love of painting, her career as a comedian and her friendship with David Sedaris . Special thanks to producer Kate Bland for the use of the Phyllis Diller interview.
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