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Holly Marie Combs
Holly Marie Combs (born December 3, 1973) is an American actress who has worked in movies and television series, including her current role in Charmed. Since 2002, she has been a producer for Charmed. She lived with Charmed key grip David W. Donoho for four years before marrying him on February 14, 2004. She gave birth to a son, Finley Arthur Donoho, on April 26, 2004.
She was born in San Diego, California.
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She was born in San Diego, California. Further, a screenplay about Diller's early years in showbiz is in preproduction and actress Patricia Clarkson is slated to play Diller, for a film due in 2006. She gave birth to a son, Finley Arthur Donoho, on April 26, 2004. In an appearance on CNN's Larry King Live talk show in December of 2004, Diller announced that an authorized biography of her life is in the works. Donoho for four years before marrying him on February 14, 2004. She has since officially retired from standup performance. She lived with Charmed key grip David W. Most recently, Diller has suffered serious medical problems which culminated in her being pronounced clinically dead for three minutes.
Since 2002, she has been a producer for Charmed. Diller is a proud grandmother several times over. Holly Marie Combs (born December 3, 1973) is an American actress who has worked in movies and television series, including her current role in Charmed. She has several children from her marriage to her first husband, on whom "Fang" was based. List of people. She was divorced twice and widowed once. List of Americans. Phyllis Diller has been married three times.
Diller's efforts have drawn numerous awards and acknowledgments from plastic surgeons and medical organizations. Diller has publicly discussed her plastic surgery, which changed her persona from being deliberately ugly to being chic and attractive for her age. She is an accomplished pianist as well as a painter. Diller, a longtime resident of Brentwood, credits much of her success to the late Bob Hope, and keeps a framed portrait of Hope above her grand piano in the living room of her home.
In 1998, Diller parlayed her unique cackle into the vocals for "The Queen" in Disney/Pixar's animated move, A Bug's Life. Diller also starred in two short-lived television series: The Pruitts of Southampton on ABC in 1966 and the variety show The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show on NBC in 1968. Diller also appeared in more than a dozen, generally low-budget movies, including as herself in the children's animated cult classic from 1968, The Monster Mash, co-starring Boris Karloff. Diller's film appearances include a scene-stealing cameo appearance as a wisecracking lounge act emcee in the 1961 Hollywood production of Splendor in the Grass, starring Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty.
Her main claim to fame is her stand-up comedy act. In her heydey, Diller achieved a record that still stands today in the Guinness Book of World Records for delivering 12 punchlines per minute, which is typical of her often outrageous, stacatto style of comedy. It is here that Diller honed her act. Later in the decade, her career took off after selling out 87 straight weeks at San Francisco's legendary Purple Onion nightclub.
A housewife, mother and advertising copywriter, she first came to public attention as a contestant on Groucho Marx's quiz show You Bet Your Life in the mid-1950s. Phyllis Diller (born July 17, 1917) is an American comedian who created the stage character of a wild-haired, oddly-dressed housewife who was ugly but didn't realize it, and who spent her time cackling and waving a long cigarette holder while making jokes about a husband named "Fang." She is generally considered one of the pioneers of female stand-up comedy.