Comic (8-Jun-1933 4-Sep-2014)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Susan Horowitz. Queens of Comedy: Lucille Ball, Phyllis Diller, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, and the New Generation of Funny Women. London: Routledge. 1997. 202pp.
Joan Rivers; with Richard Meryman. Enter Talking. Dell. 1987. 394pp.
Joan Rivers; with Richard Meryman. Still talking. Turtle Bay Books / Random House. 1991. 293pp.
Joan Rivers. Bouncing Back: I've Survived Everything: And I Mean Everything: And You Can Too!. New York: Harper Collins. 1997. 231pp.
- Joan Rivers Always Knew She Was Funny
by Jonathan Van Meter. New York Magazine, 23-May-2010.
- Official Website: http://www.joanrivers.com/
- Twitter: @Joan_Rivers
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- NNDB [link]
- Internet Movie Database [link]
- Internet Broadway Database [link]
- Wikipedia [link]
- Library of Congress Name Authority [link]
- New York Times Obituary [link]
- Chambers Biographical Dictionary, 5th Edition (p.1246)
- Current Biography, 1970 Yearbook (pp.352-54)
- Celebrity Register 4th Issue (p.423)
- Celebrity Register 5th Issue (p.471)
- Les Brown's Encyclopedia of Television (p.462)
- Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography (p.614)
- St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture (vol.4, p.219)
- The World Almanac Biographical Dictionary (p.336)
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