One of the all time Greats in comedy, Phyllis Diller passed away today at the age of 95.

Her agent, Fred Westbrook confirmed her passing.

She got into comedy at the age of 37 and used her domestic life as a main schtick.

She made many appearances on Ed Sullivan’s Variety Show and was in three movies with the late Bob Hope. She also did a variety of voice over work including “Family Guy” also had a recurring role in the soap, ‘The Bold and The Beautiful”. She was also a guest star several times on “Scooby Doo”.

Phyllis was in failing health recently after suffering a fall earlier this year and had been living in hospice. She passed away in her sleep at home surrounded by her family and friends.