Phyllis Diller Moves On With a Smile; GreenBeanBuddy Says Celebrity Smokers Could Learn From Her No-Smoking Lifestyle

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Phyllis Diller passed away on August 20 at the age of 95. Entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com commented that celebrity smokers could learn from her no-smoking lifestyle to live a long life.

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With her paving the way for female comedians, Phyllis Diller has made a legacy for herself...

Another entertainment icon has passed away earlier this week. Phyllis Diller, a female comedian back in 1950s, died on Monday as reported by nytimes.com. And according to GreenBeanBuddy.com, celebrity smokers could learn from her no-smoking lifestyle to live a long life.

Based on the report, the humorist died at her home in Los Angeles for an undisclosed cause. She was 95 years old. And fit for a comedian, Diller was smiling when she moved on said her manager Milton Suchin. A separate report from usnews.com specified that the comedian was found by her son Perry Diller.

Diller was most famous for her acts as a grotesque-looking housewife making jokes about her family, mostly about her fictional husband named Fang, and her family life. And for her comedic works, she paved the way for other female comedians as Whoopi Goldberg, Elen Degeneres, and Kathy Griffin, the usnews report stated.

Below is an excerpt from the post: Phyllis Dilller Died at 95 by GreenBeanBuddy.com.

“Phyllis Diller is being considered as the humorist who paved the way for today's female stand-up comedians. But unfortunately for her, she won't know who else apart from Whoopi Goldberg, Kathy Griffin and Elen Degeneres will follow after her comedic steps. According to reports, she died on Monday.

It was said that the comedian passed away in her home in Los Angeles at age 95. The cause of it was not yet determined although Phyllis already suffered a heart attack back in 1999. According to her manager Miton Suchin, she died befitting a stand-up comedian – with a smile on her face.”

With her paving the way for female comedians, Phyllis Diller has made a legacy for herself said entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy. And with her having lived 95 years, it added that laughter seemed to have been very good for her.

Nonetheless, her long life was not all because of laughter, the site said. It stated that her not getting into smoking was also a big factor to her living longer compared with others. And from her, GreenBeanBuddy said that celebrity smokers could learn. And to get away from the habit, it recommended to them the use of electronic cigarette.

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