Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 1950s–1960s 2.2 1970s 2.3 1980s–1990s 2.4 2000s–2010s 3 Comedic style 4 Personal life 4.1 Philanthropy 5 Death 5.1 Reactions and tributes 6 Books 6.1 Biographical 7 Discography 7.1 Albums 7.2 Compilation/Collaboration Appearances 7.3 Audiobooks 7.4 Documentary 7.5 Stand-Up Comedy Specials 7.6 Sketch/Tribute Specials 8 Filmography 8.1 Films 8.2 Documentary Appearances 8.3 Television 8.3.1 Series 8.3.2 Stand-Up Comedy Series 8.3.3 Documentary Series 8.3.4 TV Movies 8.3.5 Stand-Up Comedy Specials 8.3.6 Documentaries 8.3.7 Talk Shows 8.3.8 Variety Shows 8.3.9 Variety/Tribute Specials 8.3.10 Award Shows 8.3.11 Reality TV Shows 8.3.12 Game Shows 9 Theater work 10 Awards and nominations 10.1 Honors 11 Notes and references 11.1 Notes 11.2 References 12 External links

Early life[edit] Rivers was born Joan Alexandra Molinsky on June 8, 1933, in Brooklyn, New York,[16][17][18] the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants Beatrice (née Grushman; January 6, 1906 – October 1975) and Dr. Meyer C. Molinsky (December 7, 1900 – January 1985),[18] who graduated from Long Island College of Medicine. Her elder sister, Barbara Waxler, died on June 3, 2013 at the age of 82.[19][20][21] Rivers spent her early life in Prospect Heights[22] and Crown Heights[23] in Brooklyn, where she attended the progressive and now-defunct Brooklyn Ethical Culture School and Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn, a college preparatory day school, where she was co-chairman of her school, due to her past experiences in theatrical activities. Within 2 years, she performed in the School Cavalcades, and in 1949, aged 16, she was vice president of the Dramatic Club.[24] She graduated from the Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn, in 1950, at almost 17. In her adolescence, Rivers relocated with her family to Larchmont, north of New York City.[18] Rivers stated in interviews that she was overweight throughout her childhood and adolescence, and that it had a profound impact on her body image, which she would struggle with throughout her life.[25] She attended Connecticut College between 1950 and 1952, and graduated from Barnard College in 1954 with a B.A. summa cum laude in English literature and anthropology; she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.[17][18] Before entering show business, Rivers worked at various jobs such as a tour guide at Rockefeller Center,[26] a writer/proofreader at an advertising agency[27] and a fashion consultant at Bond Clothing Stores.[18][28] During this period, agent Tony Rivers advised her to change her name, so she chose Joan Rivers as her stage name.[29]

Career[edit] Rivers with Jim Connell and Jake Holmes in "Jim, Jake & Joan" 1950s–1960s[edit] During the late 1950s, Rivers appeared in a short-run play, Driftwood, playing a lesbian with a crush on a character played by a then-unknown Barbra Streisand. The play ran for six weeks.[30] Rivers performed in numerous comedy clubs in the Greenwich Village area of New York City in the early 1960s, including The Bitter End and The Gaslight Cafe,[31] before making her first appearances as a guest on the TV program The Tonight Show originating from New York, hosted at the time by Jack Paar.[32] By 1965, Rivers had a stint on Candid Camera as a gag writer and participant; she was "the bait" to lure people into ridiculous situations for the show. She also made her first appearance on The Tonight Show with new host Johnny Carson, on February 17, 1965.[33] During the same decade, Rivers made other appearances on The Tonight Show as well as The Ed Sullivan Show, while hosting the first of several talk shows. She wrote material for the puppet Topo Gigio. She had a brief role in The Swimmer (1968), starring Burt Lancaster. A year later, she had a short-lived syndicated daytime talk show, That Show with Joan Rivers; Johnny Carson was her first guest.[34] In the middle of the 1960s, she released at least two comedy albums, The Next to Last Joan Rivers Album[35] and Rivers Presents Mr. Phyllis & Other Funny Stories.[36] 1970s[edit] By the 1970s, Rivers was appearing on various television comedy and variety shows, including The Carol Burnett Show and a semi-regular stint on Hollywood Squares. From 1972 to 1976, she narrated The Adventures of Letterman, an animated segment for The Electric Company. In 1973, Rivers wrote the TV movie The Girl Most Likely to..., a black comedy starring Stockard Channing. In 1978, Rivers wrote and directed the film Rabbit Test, starring her friend Billy Crystal. During the same decade, she was the opening act for singers Helen Reddy, Robert Goulet, Mac Davis and Sergio Franchi on the Las Vegas Strip.[37] 1980s–1990s[edit] Rivers spoke of her primary Tonight Show life as having been "Johnny Carson's daughter", a reference to his longtime mentoring of her and, during the 1980s, establishing her as his regular guest host by August 1983. She also hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live, on April 9, 1983.[38] In the same period, she released a best-selling comedy album on Geffen Records, What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most? The album reached No. 22 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.[39] During the 1980s, she continued doing stand-up shows along with appearing on various television shows. In February 1983, she performed at Carnegie Hall[40] and the following year, she did stand-up on the United Kingdom's TV show An Audience With Joan Rivers.[41] During the 1980s and 1990s Rivers served on the advisory board of the National Student Film Institute.[42][43] A friend of Nancy and President Ronald Reagan, Rivers attended a state dinner in 1983, and later, at the invitation of Nancy, spoke at luncheon at the 1984 Republican National Convention.[44] In 1984, Rivers published a best-selling humor book, The Life and Hard Times of Heidi Abramowitz, a mock memoir of her brassy, loose comedy character. A television special based on the character, a mock tribute called Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abramowitz, was not successful with the public. The decade was controversial for Rivers. She sued female impersonator Frank Marino for $5,000,000 in 1986, after discovering he was using her real stand-up material in the impersonation of her that he included in his popular Las Vegas act. The two comics reconciled and even appeared together on television in later years.[45] In 1986 came the move that ended Rivers' longtime friendship with Johnny Carson, who had first hired her as a Tonight Show writer. The soon-to-launch Fox Television Network announced that it was giving her a late night talk show, The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers, making Rivers the first woman to have her own late night talk show on a major network.[46][47] The new network planned to broadcast the show 11 p.m. to 12 a.m. Eastern Time, making her a Carson competitor. Carson learned of the show from Fox and not from Rivers. In the documentary, Johnny Carson: King of Late Night, Rivers said she only called Carson to discuss the matter after learning he may have already heard about it and that he immediately hung up on her. In the same interview, she said that she later came to believe that maybe she should have asked for his blessing before taking the job. Rivers was banned from appearing on the Tonight Show, a decision respected by Carson's first two successors Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien. After the release of his 2013 biography on Johnny Carson, Carson's attorney Henry Bushkin revealed that he never received a call from Rivers' husband Edgar concerning the move to Fox, contrary to what Edgar had told Rivers.[48] Rivers did not appear on the Tonight Show again until February 17, 2014, when she made a brief appearance on new host Jimmy Fallon's first episode.[49] On March 27, 2014, Rivers returned for an interview. Shortly after Carson's death in 2005, Rivers said that he had never spoken to her again. In 2008, during an interview with Dr. Pamela Connolly on television's Shrink Rap, Rivers claimed she did call Carson, but he hung up on her at once and repeated the gesture when she called again. The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers turned out to be flecked by tragedy. When Rivers challenged FOX executives, who wanted to fire her husband Edgar Rosenberg as the show's producer, the network fired them both on May 15, 1987. Three months later, on August 14, 1987, Rosenberg committed suicide in Philadelphia; Rivers blamed the tragedy on his "humiliation" by Fox.[50] Rivers credited Nancy Reagan with helping her after her husband's suicide.[51] Fox attempted to continue the show with a new name (The Late Show) and rotating guest hosts. Rivers subsequently appeared on various TV shows, including Late Night with David Letterman (and, subsequently, Late Show with David Letterman) and Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special. By 1989, she tried another daytime TV talk show, The Joan Rivers Show, which ran for five years and won her a Daytime Emmy in 1990 for Outstanding Talk Show Host.[52] In 1994, Rivers and daughter Melissa first hosted the E! Entertainment Television pre-awards show for the Golden Globe Awards,[53] and beginning in 1995, E!'s annual Academy Awards pre-awards show as well.[53] Beginning in 1997, Rivers hosted her own radio show on WOR in New York City. Rivers also appeared as one of the center square occupants on the 1986–89 version of The Hollywood Squares, hosted by John Davidson. In 1994, influenced by the stand-up comedy of Lenny Bruce, Rivers co-wrote and starred in a play about Bruce's mother Sally Marr, who was also a stand-up comic and influenced her son's development as a comic. After 27 previews, "Sally Marr ... and Her Escorts," a play "suggested by the life of Sally Marr" ran on Broadway for 50 performances in May and June 1994.[54] Rivers was nominated for a Drama Desk Award as Outstanding Actress in a Play and a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for playing Sally Marr.[55] 2000s–2010s[edit] By 2003, Rivers had left her E! red-carpet show for a three-year contract (valued at $6–8 million) to cover award shows' red carpet events for the TV Guide Channel.[56] Rivers poses for a photograph at The Pierre hotel in New York City, May 24, 2001 Rivers appeared in three episodes of the TV show Nip/Tuck during its second, third and sixth seasons, playing herself.[57][58][59] Rivers appeared regularly on television's The Shopping Channel (in Canada) and QVC (in both the United States and the UK), promoting her own line of jewelry under the brand name "The Joan Rivers Collection". She was also a guest speaker at the opening of the American Operating Room Nurses' 2000 San Francisco Conference. Both Joan and Melissa Rivers were frequent guests on Howard Stern's radio show, and Joan Rivers often appeared as a guest on UK panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats. In 2004, Rivers was part of the formal receiving party when Ronald Reagan was placed in state at the United States Capitol.[60][61] Rivers was one of only four Americans invited to the Wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla Parker Bowles on April 9, 2005.[62] On August 16, 2007, Rivers began a two-week workshop of her new play, with the working title "The Joan Rivers Theatre Project", at The Magic Theatre in San Francisco.[63] On December 3, 2007, Rivers performed in the Royal Variety Show 2007 at the Liverpool Empire Theatre, England, with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip present.[64] In January 2008, Rivers became one of 20 hijackers to take control of the Big Brother house in the UK for one day in spin-off TV show Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack. On June 24, 2008, Rivers appeared on NBC-TV's show Celebrity Family Feud and competed with her daughter against Ice-T and Coco. Rivers and daughter Melissa were contestants in 2009 on the second Celebrity Apprentice. Throughout the season, each celebrity raised money for a charity of his or her choice; Rivers selected God's Love We Deliver.[65] After a falling out with poker player Annie Duke, following Melissa's on-air firing (elimination) by Donald Trump, Rivers left the green room telling Clint Black and Jesse James that she would not be in the next morning. Rivers later returned to the show and on May 3, 2009, she became a finalist in the series. The other finalist was Duke.[66][67] On the season finale, which aired live on May 10, Rivers was announced the winner and hired to be the 2009 Celebrity Apprentice. Rivers was featured on the show Z Rock as herself; she was also a special "pink-carpet" presenter for the 2009 broadcast of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade. She was also roasted in a Comedy Central special, taped on July 26, 2009, and aired on August 9, 2009. From August 2009, Rivers began starring in the new reality TV series How'd You Get So Rich? on TV Land. A documentary film about Rivers, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, premiered at the San Francisco International Film Festival at the Castro Theatre on May 6, 2010. In 2011, Rivers appeared in a commercial for Go Daddy, which debuted during the broadcast of Super Bowl XLV.[68] She made two appearances on It's Showtime at the Apollo, once as a comedian and once as a guest host. Rivers performing at a London Udderbelly event in May 2009 Joan and her daughter premiered the new show Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? on WE tv. The series follows Joan moving to California to be closer to her family. She moves in with daughter Melissa while searching for a home of her own. WE tv then ordered a new season consisting of 10 episodes, which premiered in January 2012. In 2011, Rivers was featured as herself in Season 2 of Louis C.K.'s self-titled show Louie, where she performed on-stage. Beginning September 10, 2010, Rivers co-hosted the E! show Fashion Police, along with Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and George Kotsiopoulos commenting on the dos and don'ts of celebrity fashion. The show started as a half-hour program but expanded to one hour on March 9, 2012. On August 7, 2012, Rivers showed up in Burbank, California to protest that the warehouse club Costco would not sell her New York Times best-selling book, I Hate Everyone ... Starting with Me. She handcuffed herself to a shopping cart and shouted through a megaphone. The police were called to the scene and she left without incident; no arrests were made.[69] On March 5, 2013, she launched a new online talk show on YouTube, called In Bed with Joan. She made a cameo as a member of the "style police" in a parody of Pharrell Williams' song "Happy" by YouTube personality Bart Baker. On August 26, 2014, Rivers hosted a taping of Fashion Police with Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos about the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards and the 2014 MTV Movie Awards. (This was her last television appearance before her death.)[70] The day before her throat surgery, Joan released her most recent podcast of In Bed with Joan, with LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian.[71] She appeared posthumously with other female comedians in the documentary MAKERS: Women in Comedy, which premiered on PBS in October 2014.[72]

Comedic style[edit] During her 55-year career as a comedian, her tough-talking style of satirical humor was both praised and criticized as truthful, yet too personal, too gossipy, and very often abrasive. Nonetheless, with her ability to "tell it like it is," she became a pioneer of contemporary stand-up comedy. Commenting about her style, she told biographer Gerald Nachman, "Maybe I started it. We're a very gossipy culture. All we want to know now is private lives."[73] However, her style of humor, which often relied on making jokes about her own life and satirizing the lives of celebrities and public figures, was sometimes criticized as insensitive. Her jokes about Elizabeth Taylor and Adele's weight, for instance, were often commented on, although Rivers would never apologize for her humor.[74][75] Rivers, who was Jewish, was also criticized for making jokes about the Holocaust and later explained, "This is the way I remind people about the Holocaust. I do it through humor", adding, "my husband lost his entire family in the Holocaust."[76] Her joke about the victims of the Ariel Castro kidnappings similarly came under criticism, but she again refused to apologize,[77] stating, "I know what those girls went through. It was a little stupid joke."[78] She received multiple death threats throughout her career.[79] Rivers accepted such criticism as part of her using social satire as a form of humor: "I've learned to have absolutely no regrets about any jokes I've ever done ... You can tune me out, you can click me off, it's OK. I am not going to bow to political correctness. But you do have to learn, if you want to be a satirist, you can't be part of the party."[80] Rivers states that seeing Lenny Bruce perform at a local club while she was in college influenced her developing style: He was an epiphany. Lenny told the truth. It was a total affirmation for me that I was on the right track long before anyone said it to me. He supplied the revelation that personal truth can be the foundation of comedy, that outrageousness can be cleansing and healthy. It went off inside me like an enormous flash.[81] Rivers performing in her show at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe As an unknown stand-up comedian out of college, she struggled for many years before finding her comic style. She did stints in the Catskills and found that she disliked the older style of comedy at the time, such as Phyllis Diller's, who she felt was a pioneer female comedian.[82] Her breakthrough came at The Second City in Chicago in 1961, where she was dubbed "the best girl since Elaine May," who also got her start there. But May became her and fellow comedian Treva Silverman's role model, as Rivers saw her as "an assertive woman with a marvelous, fast mind and, at the same time, pretty and feminine."[82] It was also there that she learned "self reliance," she said, "that I didn't have to talk down in my humor" and could still earn an income by making intelligent people laugh. "I was really born as a comedian at Second City. I owe it my career."[83] In early 1965, at the suggestion of comedian Bill Cosby, Johnny Carson gave Rivers, whom he billed as a comedy writer, her debut appearance on his show.[84][85] Cosby, who knew Rivers from their early stand-up days, described her as "an intelligent girl without being a weirdo ... a human being, not a kook."[86] Sitting alongside Johnny after her monologue, she displayed an intimate, conversational style which he appreciated, and she was invited back eight more times that year.[84] Time magazine compared her humor to that of Woody Allen, by expressing "how to be neurotic about practically everything," but noting that "her style and femininity make her something special." Rivers also compared herself to Allen, stating: "He was a writer, which I basically was ... and talking about things that affected our generation that nobody else talked about."[86] The New York Times critic Charles L. Mee likewise compared her to Allen, explaining that her "style was personal, an autobiographical stream-of-consciousness."[84] Rivers' image contrasted starkly with Carson's stage demeanor, which was one of the reasons he made her co-host according to critic Michael Pollan, who compared their style of humor: Where Carson is scrupulously polite, Rivers is bitchy; where he is low-key, she is overheated; where he is Midwest, Waspy and proper, she is urban, ethnic and gossipy. Carson conducts interviews as if he were at the country club; Rivers does hers at the kitchen table.[87] In her personal life, she had fewer of those neurotic or intense character traits, according to Ralph Schoenstein, who dated her and worked with her on her humor books. He said, "She has no airs. She doesn't stand on ceremony. The woman has absolutely no pretense. She'll tell you everything immediately. Joan isn't cool—she's completely open. It's all grist. It's her old thing—'Can we talk?'"[88] According to biographer Victoria Price, Rivers' humor was notable for taking aim at and overturning what had been considered acceptable female behavior. By her bravura she broke through long-standing taboos in humor, which paved the way for other women, including Roseanne Barr, Ellen DeGeneres and Rosie O'Donnell.[89]

Personal life[edit] Rivers with her daughter, Melissa, during New York Fashion Week, 2012. Rivers' first marriage was in 1955 to James Sanger, the son of a Bond Clothing Stores merchandise manager.[18][90] The marriage lasted six months[18][91] and was annulled on the basis that Sanger did not want children and had not informed Rivers before the wedding.[92] Rivers married Edgar Rosenberg on July 15, 1965.[93] Their only child, Melissa Rivers, was born on January 20, 1968. Joan Rivers had one grandson, Cooper, born Edgar Cooper Endicott in 2000.[94] Along with his mother and grandmother, Cooper was featured in the WE tv series Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?[95] Rivers was married to Rosenberg until his suicide in 1987, four days after she asked him for a separation.[96][97] She would later describe her marriage to Rosenberg as a "total sham", complaining bitterly about his treatment of her during their 22-year marriage.[98] In a 2012 interview with Howard Stern, Rivers said she had several extramarital affairs when married to Rosenberg, including a one-night affair with actor Robert Mitchum in the 1960s and an affair with actor Gabriel Dell.[99] In the 1990s, she was in an eight year relationship with the commissioner of the New York State Office of Parks and Recreation and disabled World War II veteran, Orin Lehman of the Lehman family.[100][101] In her book Bouncing Back, Rivers described how she developed bulimia nervosa after the 1987 suicide of Rosenberg, and the subsequent death of her psychologist, with whom she'd developed a close friendship, of AIDS.[25] Additionally, Rivers' relationship with her daughter had been strained at the time; according to Rivers, the confluence of events resulted in her contemplating suicide in her California home.[25] "I got the gun out, the whole thing," she recalled in a 2008 interview. "And [then] my dog came and sat in my lap... and that was a big turning point in my life. My little, stupid dog, a Yorkie, who I adored, literally came and sat on my lap....and literally, he saved my life. Truly saved my life."[25] Rivers eventually recovered with counseling and the support of her family.[102] In 2002, Rivers told the Montreal Mirror that she was a Republican.[103] On January 28, 2014, during a conversation between Rivers and Reza Farahan of the Shahs of Sunset, Melissa Rivers interjected to clarify that she and her mother were "fiscally conservative, socially liberal" Republicans.[104] Though Rivers was raised in Reform Judaism, she stated in a 2008 interview that she "did not believe in the afterlife."[25] Rivers was open about her multiple cosmetic surgeries and was a patient of plastic surgeon Steven Hoefflin, beginning in 1983. She had her nose thinned while still at college; her next procedure, an eye lift, was performed in 1965 (when she was in her thirties) as an attempt to further her career.[105][106] When promoting her book, Men Are Stupid ... And They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery, described by The New York Times Magazine as "a detailed and mostly serious guide to eye lifts, tummy tucks and other forms of plastic surgery", she quipped: "I've had so much plastic surgery, when I die they will donate my body to Tupperware."[107][108] Philanthropy[edit] As a philanthropist, Rivers supported causes including HIV/AIDS activism,[17] and in May 1985, she appeared along with Nichols and May at a Comic Relief benefit for the new AIDS Medical Foundation in New York City, where tickets at the Shubert Theatre sold for as much as $500.[109] She supported the Elton John AIDS Foundation[110] and God's Love We Deliver, which delivers meals to HIV/AIDS patients in New York City.[111][112] In 2008, she was commended by the City of San Diego, California for her philanthropic work regarding HIV/AIDS, where the HIV/AIDS community called her their "Joan of Arc."[113] Additionally, she served as an Honorary Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.[111][114] She also supported Guide Dogs for the Blind, a non-profit organization which provides guide dogs to blind people.[111] She donated to Jewish charities, animal welfare efforts, and suicide prevention causes.[17] Among the other non-profit organizations she helped were Rosie's Theater Kids, Habitat for Humanity, Human Rights Campaign[110] and the Boy Scouts of America.[115]

Death[edit] On August 28, 2014, Rivers experienced serious complications and stopped breathing while undergoing what was scheduled as a minor throat procedure at an outpatient clinic in Yorkville, Manhattan.[116][117] Resuscitated an hour later, Rivers was transferred to the hospital and later put on life support.[118] She died on September 4 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, having never awoken from a medically induced coma.[119] The New York City Medical Examiner's Office said she died from brain damage caused by a lack of oxygen, and the details of her surgery would be investigated by officials.[120] Rivers was 81 years old. After nearly two months of investigations, federal officials said on November 10 that the clinic made a number of mistakes both before and during the procedure. Among those were the clinic's failure to respond to Rivers' deteriorating vital signs, including a severe drop in her blood pressure, possibly administering an incorrect anesthetic dosage, performing a surgical procedure without her consent, and other medical-clinic irregularities.[121][122] On September 7, after Rivers' cremation,[123] a private memorial service took place at Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan.[124][125] The service was attended by an estimated 1,500 people.[125] The guest list included Rivers' many celebrity friends, public figures and the New York City Gay Men's Chorus singing old show tunes.[124] Talk show host Howard Stern, delivering the eulogy, described Rivers as "brassy in public [and] classy in private ... a troublemaker, trail blazer, pioneer for comics everywhere, ... [who] fought the stereotypes that women can't be funny."[126] Daughter Melissa read a comedic note to her mother as part of her eulogy.[127] On January 26, 2015, Melissa Rivers filed a malpractice lawsuit against the clinic and doctors performing surgery on her mother.[128] The suit was settled for an undisclosed amount in May 2016, with the doctors accepting responsibility.[129][130] Reactions and tributes[edit] Rivers in 1967 Upon Rivers' death, friends, fans, family and celebrities paid tribute.[131][132] Numerous comedians recognized Rivers' influence on their career, including Kathy Griffin, who considered Rivers her "mentor", noting, "She brought a fearlessness and a brand of humor into our homes that we really need."[133] Chris Rock felt "she was the hippest comedian from the time she started to the day she died". Describing her as a force in comedy, he added, "No man ever said, 'Yeah, I want to go on after Joan.' No, Joan Rivers closed the show every night."[134] Other comedians recalled working with her on stage and television decades earlier: stand-up performer Don Rickles said "working with her and enjoying the fun times of life with her was special". Carol Burnett calls Rivers "the poster child for the Energizer Bunny".[135] Numerous talk show hosts, including Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Oprah Winfrey, Sally Jessy Raphael, Geraldo Rivera, Regis Philbin, Arsenio Hall, Ellen DeGeneres and David Letterman, paid tribute to Rivers, often including video clips of her appearances. Letterman called her a "real pioneer for other women looking for careers in stand-up comedy. And talk about guts."[136] Conan O'Brien discussed Rivers' legacy with fellow comedian and lifelong friend Chris Hardwick on Conan, while Seth Meyers recalled Rivers' appearance on his talk show, saying, "I have not sat next to anyone who told more jokes faster than Joan Rivers did when she was here."[137] And on The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart noted her contributions: "There are very few people in my business that you can say are, or were, actually groundbreaking talents. Joan Rivers was one of them."[137] Radio host Howard Stern, who delivered her funeral eulogy, devoted an entire one-hour show to Rivers.[138] Stern began the eulogy with, "Joan Rivers had a dry vagina," a joke that was intended, and reportedly received by guests, as a humorous honoring of Rivers' comedic sensibility.[139][140] Sarah Silverman paid tribute to Rivers while hosting Saturday Night Live.[141] Long-time friend, comedian, fellow talk show hostess and television personality Whoopi Goldberg tweeted: "My friend Joan Rivers has passed away," She said: "Once again to quote Billy Crystal ... There are no words."[142] Comedian Amy Schumer, speaking at the 2014 Glamour magazine "Woman of the Year Awards" ceremony in Carnegie Hall, paid tribute to Rivers, calling her the bravest female comedian.[143] Political figures giving tribute to Rivers included former first lady Nancy Reagan, who had helped Rivers after the death of her husband, Edgar Rosenberg.[144] As a friend of Prince Charles, Rivers was one of only four Americans invited to his wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005. Upon hearing of her death, they said she was "utterly irreplaceable".[62] Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu noted that besides bringing laughter to millions of people around the world, she was "proud of her Jewish heritage".[145] Future U.S. President Donald Trump attended her funeral and tweeted that she "was an amazing woman and a great friend".[146] After her mother's death, Melissa Rivers said she received a letter from President Barack Obama in which he wrote, despite being a frequent target of Rivers' jokes: "not only did she make us laugh, she made us think".[147] In a subsequent interview with The Huffington Post, Melissa Rivers cited Courtney Love's public tribute to her mother as her favorite, adding: "I loved seeing that outpouring from these women, especially the ones who took the heat on Fashion Police, because it meant they got it. It meant they loved her. It meant they saw the humor."[148]

Books[edit] Having a Baby Can Be a Scream. J.P. Tarcher. 1974.  (Self-Help/Humor) The Life and Hard Times of Heidi Abromowitz. Doubleday. 1984. ISBN 978-0385293594.  (Humor) Enter Talking. Dell Publishing Co. 1986. ISBN 978-0440122449.  (Autobiography) Still Talking. Random House. 1991. ISBN 978-0394579917.  (Autobiography) Jewelry by Joan Rivers. Abbeville Press. 1995. ISBN 978-1558598089.  (Non-Fiction) Bouncing Back: I've Survived Everything ... and I Mean Everything ... and You Can Too!. HarperTorch. 1997. ISBN 978-0061096013.  (Self-Help/Humor) From Mother to Daughter: Thoughts and Advice on Life, Love and Marriage. Birch Lane Pr. 1998. ISBN 978-1559724937.  (Self-Help) Don't Count the Candles: Just Keep the Fire Lit!. HarperCollins. 1999. ISBN 978-0060183837.  (Self-Help) Murder at the Academy Awards (R): A Red Carpet Murder Mystery. Pocket. 2009. ISBN 1416599371.  (Fiction) Men Are Stupid...And They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery (with Valerie Frankel). 2009. ISBN 141659924X.  (Non-Fiction) I Hate Everyone...Starting with Me. Berkley Trade. 2012. ISBN 978-0425255896.  (Humor) Diary of a Mad Diva. Berkley Publishing Group. 2014. ISBN 978-0425269022.  (Humor) Biographical[edit] Melissa Rivers (2015). The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, and Manipulation. Crown Archetype. ISBN 978-1101903827.  (Memoir) Leslie Bennetts (2016). Last Girl Before Freeway: The Life, Loves, Losses, and Liberation of Joan Rivers. Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 978-0316261302.  (Biography) Melissa Rivers, Scott Currie (2017). Joan Rivers Confidential: The Unseen Scrapbooks, Joke Cards, Personal Files, and Photos of a Very Funny Woman Who Kept Everything. Harry N. Abrams. ISBN 978-1419726736.  (Photography)

Discography[edit] Albums[edit] Year Title Label Formats 1965 Mr. Phyllis And Other Funny Stories Warner Bros. Records LP, CD 2012, Download 1969 The Next To Last Joan Rivers Album Buddah Records LP, CD 2015, Download 1983 What Becomes A Semi-Legend Most? Geffen Records LP, Cassette, 8-Track, CD 2005, Download 2005 Live at the London Palladium Redbush Entertainment Audible Download[149] (2012) 2013 Don't Start With Me Entertainment One CD, Download [150] Compilation/Collaboration Appearances[edit] Year Title Label Track Formats 1960 Adam And Eve / Little Mozart w/ Sandy Baron Sure Records both sides 7" Single 1963 Heaven On $5 A Day Kapp Records Various LP At Home With That Other Family Roulette Records Cosmonaut's Wife, Telephone Operator, Reporter 1970 The Golden Age Of Comedy; 50 Years Of Great Humor, From Vaudville To Video Longines Symphonette Society Various 5xLP Box Set Ben Bagley's Vernon Duke Revisited Crewe Records/RCA Victor Tracks 5 & 8 LP, CD ca. 70s The Comedians Jericho Marketing Corp. Side 1, Track 2 LP 1974 Zingers From The Hollywood Squares Event Records Side B, Track 4 "Divorce" Book, LP, 8-Track, CD The Bitter End Years Roxbury Records Side D, Track 2 "First Four Minutes: Live" 3xLP Box Set 1986 Kings Of Comedy: The Best Of The Contemporary Comedians K-Tel Records Side A, Tracks 2 & 5 LP 1990 The Best of Comic Relief '90 Rhino Entertainment Track 5 CD, Cassette, VHS 1991 The Sullivan Years: Comedy Classics TVT Records Track 2 LP, Cassette, CD 1995 Word Of Mouth: The Very Best Of Comedy Speaking Books Ltd. Side 2, Track 6 2xCassette 2000 The Second City: Backstage at the World's Greatest Comedy Theater Sourcebooks MediaFusion Disc 1, Track 4 "Our Children" Book & 2xCD 2005 The Ed Sullivan Show: A Classic Christmas Ventura/SOFA Home Entertainment Chapter 19 "Holiday Calendar" DVD 2010 Fresh Air with Terry Gross: Just For Laughs Highbridge Company/NPR Disc 3, Track 3 Interview 3xCD, Digital 2011 The Rolling Stones: 4 Ed Sullivan Shows SOFA Home Entertainment Disc 2, Track 6 "Comedienne" 2xDVD 2014 The Midnight Special StarVista Entertainment Disc 9, "Comedy Routines" 11xDVD Box Set [150] Audiobooks[edit] All authored and read by Joan Rivers, except where noted. Year Title Notes Publisher Reference Formats 1986 Enter Talking with Richard Meryman Dove Entertainment / Phoenix Books ASIN B00S00SSBU Cassette, Digital 1987 Murder on the Aisle: The 1987 Mystery Writers of America Anthology Narrator only ASIN B074QWM7TD 1991 Still Talking with Richard Meryman ASIN B01K3J268G 1993 Carnival of the Animals Narrator only ASIN B074QTYMFM 1998 The Emperor's New Clothes: An All-Star Illustrated Retelling of the Classic Fairy Tale Harcourt Brace & Company Audioworks ISBN 978-0671043933 2008 Men Are Stupid . . . And They Like Big Boobs: A Woman's Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery with Valerie Frankel Simon & Schuster Audio ISBN 978-0743581509 CD, Digital 2009 New Treasury of Great Humorists Narrator only Phoenix Books ASIN B002QUL4UW Digital Murder in America ASIN B002E04DH0 2012 I Hate Everyone...Starting with Me Unabridged Penguin Audio ISBN 978-1611760651 CD, Digital 2014 Diary of a Mad Diva Grammy winner ISBN 978-1611764055 2015 The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, and Manipulation Read by author Melissa Rivers Random House Audio ASIN B00UKDY6FW 2016 Last Girl Before Freeway: The Life, Loves, Losses, and Liberation of Joan Rivers Author Leslie Bennetts, Read by Erin Bennett Hachette Audio ASIN B01M279XBK [151] Documentary[edit] Year Title Studio Formats 2010 Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work IFC Independent Films DVD, Blu-ray, Streaming Stand-Up Comedy Specials[edit] Year Title Studio Formats 1984 An Audience With Joan Rivers Channel 4 Broadcast, DVD 2006 1992 Abroad In London Showtime, Paramount Video Broadcast, VHS 1995 2004 Live At the Apollo BBC Broadcast, Streaming 2005 (Still A) Live at the London Palladium (Allegedly) Standing Room Only DVD, Streaming 2006 An Audience With Joan Rivers ITV Broadcast, DVD Before Melissa Pulls the Plug Bravo! Broadcast, Streaming 2012 Don't Start With Me Showtime, Entertainment One Broadcast, DVD/Blu-ray 2013, Streaming [152] Sketch/Tribute Specials[edit] Year Title Studio Formats 1985 Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz Showtime Broadcast, VHS 1996 Shopping for Fitness ABC Video VHS 2009 Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers Comedy Central Broadcast, Streaming 2016 Joan Rivers - Exit Laughing Gotham Comedy Club [153]

Filmography[edit] Rivers' first onscreen credit, in the obscure Hootenanny a Go-Go a.k.a. Once Upon a Coffeehouse (1965) Films[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1951 Mister Universe Teenage Girl in Audience (uncredited) Cameo 1965 Hootenanny a Go-Go aka Once Upon a Coffee House[154] Herself as folk singing trio Jim, Jake and Joan 1968 The Swimmer Joan Cameo 1978 Rabbit Test Second Nurse Cameo, director and writer 1981 Uncle Scam[155] Herself co-starring 1984 The Muppets Take Manhattan Perfume Saleswoman Cameo 1987 Les Patterson Saves the World President Rivers (uncredited) Spaceballs Dot Matrix Voice role 1989 Look Who's Talking Julie (uncredited) 1993 Public Enemy #2[156] Herself Cameo 1994 Serial Mom 1995 Napoleon Mother Penguin Voice role 1997 KnitWits Becky Voice role, animated short 1999 Goosed Mom / Blanche co-starring 2000 The Intern Dolly Bellows co-starring with friend Kathy Griffin Whispers: An Elephant's Tale[156] Spike Voice role 2002 Hip! Edgy! Quirky! Floressa co-starring with Phyllis Diller 2004 Shrek 2 Herself Voice role First Daughter Cameo 2009 The Hipsters Floressa Malone co-starring with Phyllis Diller 2010 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Herself (uncredited) Cameo 2011 The Smurfs Party Guest Tower Heist Herself (uncredited)[157] Growing Up Barnard Herself, short TMI with Joan Rivers Herself Funny or Die short 2013 Iron Man 3 Herself Cameo 2014 Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? Grandma Doyle Final acting role Documentary Appearances[edit] Year Title Director Synopsis 1990 The World of Jewish Humor Rex Bloomstein Comedy profile featuring comedians such as Mort Sahl, Billy Crystal and Milton Berle. 2002 The Making and Meaning of We Are Family Danny Schechter Nile Rodgers' re-making of the classic hit song in support of the victims of the September 11 attacks and creating the We Are Family Foundation. 2005 Spaceballs: The Documentary Mel Brooks (original film) Making of feature and profile from the Spaceballs Special Edition DVD featuring interviews with Mel Brooks and Bill Pullman. John Candy: Comic Spirit 2007 Making Trouble Rachel Talbot Comedy profile featuring comedians such as Judy Gold, Gilda Radner and Martin Short. Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project John Landis Comedy profile featuring comedians such as Chris Rock, Sarah Silverman, Richard Lewis, Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, Kathy Griffin, Christopher Guest and featuring appearances by Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Harry Dean Stanton and Martin Scorsese. 2008 Every Little Step Adam Del Deo, James D. Stern (uncredited) Profile of the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". 2009 What's the Name of the Dame? Allan Neuwirth Profile of 9 top drag divas and their love for ABBA! 2013 Why We Laugh: Funny Women Bernard Gourley (Narrator, Executive Producer) Showtime comedy profile featuring comedians such as Whoopi Goldberg, Kathy Griffin, Judy Gold, Lily Tomlin, Aisha Tyler, Janeane Garofalo and Tig Notaro. Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin' to Tell You Whoopi Goldberg Profile of the legendary African-American stand-up comedienne, real name: Loretta Mary Aiken. Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's Matthew Miele Fashion profile of the legendary Manhattan department store. 2014 Women Aren't Funny Bonnie McFarlane Comedy profile featuring comedians such as Maria Bamford, Sarah Silverman, Judy Gold, Lisa Lampanelli, Chelsea Peretti, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes. The Story of The Swimmer Chris Innis About the making of the cult film starring Burt Lancaster. Where the Sun Kisses the Ocean Rainbeau Mars Poetry. 2016 Love, Sweat and Tears Scott Jacobs Women on a mission to de-stigmatize menopause and start the "Menopause Romance Revolution." [158] Television[edit] Series[edit] Year Title Role/Notes Episodes 1973 Here's Lucy Joan Reynolds (Juror) Season 6 - Ep. 9 - "Lucy and Joan Rivers Do Jury Duty" Needles and Pins Eleanor Karp Season 1 - Ep. 8 - "The Wife You Save May Be Your Own" 1978 Husbands, Wives & Lovers Creator/Writer 1 Season, 10 Eps. America 2-Night Herself, talk-show parody Season 1 - Ep. 57 1983 The Love Boat Allison Newman Season 6 - Ep. 17 - "Gopher's Daisy/Our Son, the Lawyer/Salvaged Romance" 1987 The Dame Edna Experience Herself, talk-show parody Season 1 - Ep. 2 1988 Offshore Television Herself 1 Season, 1 Ep. 1990 227 Season 5 - Ep. 20: "You Gotta Have Art" 1997 Another World Meredith Dunston (publicist for a political candidate) Episode 8374 Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist Joan (voice), additional material writer Season 3 - Ep. 9: "Studio Guy" 1998-99 Suddenly Susan Edie Season 2 - Eps. 25 and 26 / Season 3 - Ep. 16 2002 Curb Your Enthusiasm Herself Season 3 - Ep. 2: "The Benadryl Brownie" 2004 I'm with Her Season 1 - Eps. 15 and 16 Dave the Barbarian Zonthara - Empress of Evil (voice) Season 1 - Eps. 3, 16 and 20 2004-05, 2010 Nip/Tuck Herself Season 2 - Ep. 16, Season 3 - Ep. 7 and Season 6 - Ep. 17 2005 Less than Perfect Louise Season 3 - Ep. 18: "Pre-Wedded Bliss" 2006 Boston Legal Herself Season 3 - Ep. 5: "Whose God Is It Anyway?" 2008-09 Z Rock Herself - Aunt Joan (Dina's) Season 1 - Eps. 1, 5, 8, 9 and 10; Season 2 - Ep. 20 Spaceballs: The Animated Series Dot Matrix (voice) 1 Season, 11 Eps. 2008, 2010 Arthur Bubbe (Francine's Grandmother) / Camel (voice) Season 12 - Ep. 1 and Season 14 - Ep. 18 2011 Louie Herself Season 2, Ep. 4 - "Joan" The Simpsons Annie Dubinsky (voice) Season 23, Ep. 8 - "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution" 2012 Drop Dead Diva[159] Herself Season 4 - Ep. 6: "Rigged" and Ep. 9 "Ashes to Ashes" Hot in Cleveland Anka Season 3 - Ep. 19 - "Bye George, I Think He's Got It!" and Ep. 21 "Some Like it Hot" Stand-Up Comedy Series[edit] Year Title Episodes/Role Network 1984 2006 An Audience with... Joan Rivers ITV 2004 Just for Laughs 21 March 2004 / Performer RTE 2004 2007 Jack Dee Live at the Apollo Pilot / Featured Performer Season 3, Episode 5 / Guest Host BBC One Documentary Series[edit] Year Title Episode Network 1993 Intimate Portrait "Joan Rivers" (Available on VHS) Lifetime Biography "Vincent Price" A&E 1997 "Fabulous World of Fabergé" 1998 "Roddy McDowall: Hollywood's Best Friend" 1999 The Hollywood Fashion Machine "Hollywood Rocks" American Movie Classics Heroes of Comedy "Barry Humphries" Channel 4 2000 Intimate Portrait "Judy Collins" Lifetime Biography "Phyllis Diller" A&E The Talk Show Story 2 Part Series BBC E! Mysteries and Scandals Hedy Lamarr E! 2001 Vincent Price The Human Face "Beauty" BBC E! True Hollywood Story Joan Rivers Parody aired April 1[160] E! 2002 Heroes of Black Comedy "Whoopi Goldberg" Channel 4/Comedy Central "Richard Pryor" Hollywood Greats "Burt Lancaster" BBC E! News Live "September 20th" E! Biography "Bio's 15 Sexiest" A&E The South Bank Show "Joan Rivers" Bravo!/ITV 2003 E! True Hollywood Story "Richard Pryor" E! "Hollywood Squares" Heroes of Jewish Comedy 5 episodes Channel 4/Comedy Central When I Was a Girl "Singers" We TV 2005 Favouritism "Julian Clary's Showbiz Hissy Fits" Channel 4 2006 Dawn French's Girls Who Do Comedy 3 Part Series / Full Interview BBC The Story of Light Entertainment 3 episodes Dawn French's More Girls Who Do Comedy 1 episode 2007 E! True Hollywood Story "Kathy Griffin" E! 2012 E! True Hollywood Story "Joan and Melissa Rivers" E! TV Movies[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1973 The Girl Most Likely to... Writer of story/teleplay ABC Movie of the Week starring Stockard Channing, MGM DVD 2005 1977 Husbands and Wives Writer Spin-off TV series followed 1985 Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz Host / Writer Showtime sketch comedy 1990 How to Murder a Millionaire Irma Starred with Morgan Fairchild 1992 Lady Boss Bibi Grant Based on book by Jackie Collins 1994 Tears and Laughter: The Joan and Melissa Rivers Story[161] Herself Biographical teleplay about her and daughter Melissa Rivers 1999 KnitWits Revisited Becky (voice) Animated Stand-Up Comedy Specials[edit] Year Title Role/Notes 1978 Bernard Manning in Las Vegas Cameo / UK 1981 Lily: Sold Out Cameo / CBS 1984 Johnny Carson Presents the Tonight Show Comedians Performer / Also featuring Bill Cosby, Steve Martin and Steven Wright Garry Shandling: Alone in Vegas Cameo / Showtime 1990 Comic Relief IV Performer / Comic Relief, Inc. HBO charity benefit 1992 Joan Rivers: Abroad In London Star/Writer/Producer / Showtime 1994 The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Barbara Walters Roaster / Roast of the legend 2002 Just for Laughs Performer / stand-up festival doc with many comedians 2006 Joan Rivers: Before Melissa Pulls the Plug Star/Writer / with comic Jeremy Blaine and publicist Jordan Roberts 2012 Joan Rivers: Don't Start With Me Star/Writer/Producer / Showtime Documentaries[edit] Year Title Notes Network 2002 Cleavage Narrated by Carmen Electra A&E 2003 100 Greatest Sexy Moments Narrated by Anna Chancellor Channel 4 The 100 Greatest Musicals Presenter Denise van Outen 2004 Funny Already: A History of Jewish Comedy Directed by Emma Cahusac CMT: 40 Greatest Done Me Wrong Songs Writer CMT Happy Birthday Oscar Wilde Quote BBC/RTE 2005 The Comedians' Comedian Presenter Jimmy Carr Channel 4 Britain's 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches Narrator Tom Baker 50 Questions of Political Incorrectness Presenter Clive Anderson Sky UK 2006 The 50 Greatest Comedy Films Narrator Stephen Fry Channel 4 The Electric Company's Greatest Hits & Bits DVD 2007 PBS 2013 Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley Interviewee[156] HBO Talk Shows[edit] Year Title Roles/Notes Episodes 1965–86 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Guest / Host / Writer 223 1965 The Jack Paar Program Guest 1 1965–67 Girl Talk with Virginia Graham 5 1965–78 The Mike Douglas Show Co-Host / Guest 36 1968 Frost on Sunday Guest 1 1968–69 That Show starring Joan Rivers Host, syndicated daytime talk show,[34] available on DVD 71 1968–72 The Dick Cavett Show (ABC) Guest 4 1969–72 The David Frost Show 3 1970 The Irv Kupcinet Show 1 1974 The Merv Griffin Show 1 1974–76 Dinah! 2 1978 The Bob Braun Show 1 The Joe Franklin Show 1 1978, 1990 Donahue 2 1981–87 Hour Magazine 8 1982 The Regis Philbin Show 1 The Barbara Walters Special 1 1984 Wogan 2 1985 America (CBS) 1 1986 Joan Rivers: Can We Talk? Host, BBC 2 series[162] 6 Late Night with David Letterman Guest 1 1986–87 The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers Host / Writer, first season ca. 150 1987 Aspel & Company Guest 1 1989 The Byron Allen Show Guest, pilot episode 1 The Arsenio Hall Show Guest 2 1989–91 CBS This Morning 3 1989–93 The Joan Rivers Show Host / Writer ca. 600 1990 Geraldo Guest 1 1990-92 The Howard Stern Show (WWOR) 3 1991 The Full Wax 1 Alan King: Inside the Comedy Mind 1 The Dick Cavett Show (PBS) 1 Tonight with Jonathan Ross 1 1993 The Howard Stern Interview 1 1994 Des O'Connor Tonight 1 1994-2004 Howard Stern 14 1995 Clive Anderson Talks Back 1 1995–2005 Late Night with Conan O'Brien 4 1995–2014 Can We Shop? Host of QVC style shopping in a talk show format 1996 The Daily Show Guest 1 1997 The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1 1997, 2010 Charlie Rose 2 1999 Linehan 1 The Howard Stern Radio Show 1 2000 So Graham Norton 1 2002 V Graham Norton 2 2003 The Wayne Brady Show 1 2004 NY Graham Norton 1 Film 2004 with Jonathan Ross 1 Alf's Hit Talk Show Cameo Pilot The Graham Norton Effect Guest 1 2004–06 The Joan Rivers Position Host / Writer 18 2005 Nigella Guest, food show 1 The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch Guest 1 Good Day Live Guest, news show 1 The Late Late Show Guest 1 Distinguished Artists 1 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 1 The Paul O'Grady Show 1 2005-06 The Tony Danza Show 3 2006 Tom Green Live! Guest (voice), call-in 1 Straight Talk Host / Writer, pilot for Bravo! with Andy Cohen and Billy Eichner. 1 2008 Shrink Rap Guest, with host Dr. Pamela Connolly 1 2010–14 Fashion Police Host 2013–14 In Bed with Joan Host / Writer / Executive Producer, web-series Variety Shows[edit] Year Title Role Episodes 1966 The Sammy Davis Jr. Show Guest - Comedienne 1 The Hollywood Palace 1 1966-70 The Ed Sullivan Show Guest - Comedienne/Singer 18 1968 The Kraft Music Hall Guest - Comedienne 3 Operation: Entertainment 1 1970-75 The Carol Burnett Show 3 1971 The Jim Nabors Hour 1 The Pearl Bailey Show 1 1971-73 The Flip Wilson Show 3 1972 Dean Martin Presents: The Bobby Darin Amusement Co. 1 1972–76 The Electric Company Narrator (voice), The Adventures of Letterman segment 60 1973 Stand Up and Cheer Guest - Comedienne 1 The Helen Reddy Show 1 1975 Sammy and Company 1 1978 The Jim Nabors Show 1 1979 Bonkers! 1 1983 Saturday Night Live Herself/Host - Various, Writer 1 On Stage America Guest - Comedienne 1 Live... And in Person 1 1983-86 The Bob Monkhouse Show 2 1989-92 Sesame Street Narrator (voice), The Adventures of Letterman segment 3 1990-91 Shalom Sesame Microphone (voice) Herself "Chanukah" "The Aleph-Bet Telethon" 1991 Square One Television Herself 1 Variety/Tribute Specials[edit] Year Title Role/Notes 1973 The Shape of Things Variety special featuring Phyllis Diller, Brenda Vaccaro, Valerie Harper, Lynn Redgrave and directed by Lee Grant. 1977 Happy Birthday, Las Vegas Variety special hosted by Don Meredith and Cindy Williams, featuring Rodney Dangerfield, Redd Foxx and David Brenner. 1978 ABC Presents Tomorrow's Stars Talent contest hosted by John Ritter, featuring Charles Nelson Reilly, Norm Crosby and Dick Van Patten. Hollywood's Diamond Jubilee Historical variety special hosted by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Raquel Welch, featuring Woody Allen, Fred Astaire, Marlon Brando and Bette Davis. 1979 The 3th Annual People's Command Performance Variety special featuring Chubby Checker, Lainie Kazan, Jerry Lewis, Vincent Price and Rod Stewart. 1980 Circus of the Stars #5 Circus-acts variety special featuring Lloyd Bridges, Angela Lansbury, Rock Hudson and Valerie Perrine. 1985 Moving Image Salutes Sidney Lumet An honor celebrating the film director. 1986 George Burns' 90th Birthday Party: A Very Special Special Celebration of the legendary comedian. WrestleMania 2 Second Pay-per-view WWF WrestleMania event. NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration Unveiling of new peacock logo featuring Johnny Carson, Bob Hope, Sid Caesar, Ted Danson, The Monkees, Betty White and The Cosby Show kids. 1988 Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special[156] Herself 1989 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 1990 Happy Birthday, Bugs!: 50 Looney Years Bugs Bunny celebration special. Night of 100 Stars III Performer, charity benefit for the Actors Fund of America. 1992 Alistair Cooke Salute A tribute hosted by Peter Ustinov, airing shortly after Cooke's last appearance as the 22-year host of "Masterpiece Theatre." 1995 The Beatles: All Together Now Celebrities recall their earliest and fondest memories of the Beatles. Premiere of Free as a Bird music video to promote The Beatles Anthology. 1996 The Royal Variety Performance Annual Royal Variety Charity benefit. Disney's Most Unlikely Heroes Hosted by Roy E. Disney. 1997 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary Herself 2002 Stars: An Oscar's Party 2003 100 Years of Hope and Humor Birthday celebration of the comedy legend. 2004 The Best of 'So Graham Norton' DVD Special Bob Monkhouse: A BAFTA Tribute Celebration of Britain's King of Comedy 2005 The Royal Wedding of HRH the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles Live broadcast coverage of the event 2014 Howard Stern Birthday Bash Sirius XM Special Award Shows[edit] Year Title Role/Notes 1976 The Second Annual Comedy Awards Attendee 1983 The 35th Primetime Emmy Awards Hostess & Presenter 1984 The 26th Annual Grammy Awards Nominee - Best Comedy Album 1986 The 38th Primetime Emmy Awards Presenter 1987 The 39th Primetime Emmy Awards 1990 The 44th Tony Awards Presenter: Best Scenic, Costume & Lighting Design The Horror Hall of Fame Herself / Skit 1992 The 6th Annual American Comedy Awards Nominee - Funniest Female Performer in a TV Special 1994 The 48th Tony Awards Nominee - Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play 1996-2004 E! Live from the Red Carpet Hostess 1998 The 50th Primetime Emmy Awards Attendee 1999 The 51st Primetime Emmy Awards 2005 Joan & Melissa: Live at the Golden Globes Hostess - TV Guide Channel Red carpet events Joan & Melissa: Live at the Grammys Joan & Melissa: Live at the Academy Awards Joan & Melissa: Live at the CMA Awards 2006 Joan & Melissa: Live at the Academy Awards Academy Awards Fashion Wrap with Joan and Melissa Joan & Melissa: Live at the Emmys Emmy Awards Fashion Wrap with Joan and Melissa The 58th Primetime Emmy Awards Attendee Reality TV Shows[edit] Year Title Role 1960 1965 Candid Camera Writer - 4 episodes Herself / "Bait" 1979 Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes 4 Bicycle Racer 2003 I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! Herself 2008 Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack Celebrity Hijacker 2009 Celebrity Ghost Stories Storyteller Celebrity Apprentice 2 Winner 2009-2010 How'd You Get So Rich? Host, 10 episodes 2010 Celebrity Apprentice 3 Boardroom Advisor 2011–14 Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? Executive Producer 2013 Celebrity Apprentice 6 Boardroom Advisor 2015 Celebrity Apprentice 7 Boardroom Advisor Game Shows[edit] Year Title Host Role Episodes 1965-68 The Match Game Gene Rayburn Team Captain 25 1967-69 Personality Larry Blyden Contestant 6 1969 You're Putting Me On 3 1970 The Movie Game 1 Concentration Bob Clayton 1 1970-80 The Hollywood Squares (Daytime Version) Peter Marshall Panelist 80 1971 Can You Top This? Wink Martindale Contestant 1 1971-81 The Hollywood Squares (Syndicated Version) Peter Marshall Panelist Semi-Regular 1973 The $10,000 Pyramid Dick Clark Celebrity Contestant 1 1975 The Magnificent Marble Machine Art James Contestant 2 1987–89 The New Hollywood Squares John Davidson Center Square 66 1997 Noel's House Party Noel Edmonds Celebrity Contestant Noel's New York House Party Special 1999-2004 Hollywood Squares Tom Bergeron Panelist 65 2004 Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway Ant & Dec Celebrity Guest 1 2006–07 8 Out of 10 Cats Jimmy Carr Contestant 3 2008 Celebrity Family Feud Al Roker Ice-T vs. Joan & Melissa Rivers [153]

Theater work[edit] Year Show Role/Credit Venue 1965 The Game is Up Material writer Downstairs at the Upstairs,[163] Off-Broadway 1972 Fun City Jill Fairchild, original play written and performed Morosco Theatre,[164] Broadway 1988 Broadway Bound Kate, replacement performer Broadhurst Theatre,[165] Broadway 1994 Sally Marr...and her escorts Sally Marr, original play written and performed Helen Hayes Theatre, Broadway 2003-04 Joan Rivers: Broke and Alone Tour Herself, original material written and performed US tour[166] 2008 Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress Geffen Playhouse, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Leicester Square Theatre 2012 Joan Rivers: The Now or Never Tour UK tour [167]

Awards and nominations[edit] Year Nominated work Award Category Result 1984 What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most? Grammy Award Best Comedy Album Nominated Career Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA Woman of the Year Won 1990 The Joan Rivers Show Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Talk Show Host Won 1991 Nominated 1992 Outstanding Writing – Special Class Nominated Outstanding Talk Show Host Nominated 1993 Outstanding Writing – Special Class Nominated Outstanding Talk Show Host Nominated 1994 Sally Marr...and her escorts Tony Award Best Actress in a Play Nominated 2009 Arthur Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program Nominated 2010 The Hipsters Maverick Movie Award Best Supporting Actress: Feature Nominated 2011 Career Alliance of Women Film Journalists EDA Female Focus - Perseverance Award Won Fashion Police WIN Award Actress - Comedy Series Nominated 2014 Fashion Police: episode "September Issue" Nominated Iron Man 3 MTV Movie Award Best Cameo Nominated 2015 Diary of a Mad Diva Grammy Award Best Spoken Word Album Won [168] Note: Emmy nominations for Outstanding Writing – Special Class shared with Toem Perew and Hester Mundis. Honors[edit] On July 26, 1989, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, in the 7000 block of Hollywood Boulevard.[169][170] On March 1, 2013, Rivers and her daughter, Melissa Rivers, were honored by the Ride of Fame and a double decker tour bus was dedicated to them in New York City.[171]

Notes and references[edit] Notes[edit] ^ Shalom Goldman, July 9, 2014 "Joan Rivers", ENCYCLOPEDIA ^ a b c d e Debra Nussbaum Cohen, July 9, 2014 "Joan Rivers Women in Comedy" ^ a b Emily Langer, September 4, 2014 "Joan Rivers, Comedian Who Skewered Everyone Including Herself, Dies" The Washington Post ^ "Joan Rivers: In pictures". BBC News.  ^ DAVID HINCKLEY, September 4, 2014 "Joan Rivers Blazed a Trail for Female Comics" New York Daily News ^ Daniel Arkin. "Joan Rivers Remembered by Stand-Up Comics, TV Legends". NBC News.  ^ a b Todd Leopold, CNN (September 4, 2014). "Joan Rivers, a pointed, pioneering comedian, dead at 81 -". CNN.  ^ Chris Hardwick (May 9, 2015). "Greg Proops #4". The Nerdist Podcast (Podcast). Nerdist Industries. Retrieved May 10, 2015.  ^ Goldman, Shalom. "Joan Rivers". Jewish Women's Archive. Retrieved March 24, 2014.  ^ Joan Rivers' Greatest Red Carpet Moments. ABC News. September 5, 2014. Retrieved April 30, 2015.  ^ "How Joan Rivers Changed the Red Carpet Interview Forever With One Simple Question: Watch Her Best Moments!". E!. September 4, 2014. Retrieved April 30, 2015.  ^ Oldenburg, Ann (February 8, 2015). "Joan Rivers wins a Grammy". USA TODAY.  ^ Sieczkowski, Cavan (September 5, 2014). "Joan Rivers Honors Robin Williams In Resurfaced Interview". Huffington Post. Playboy: Jack Gould, former television critic of The New York Times, called you "quite possibly the most intuitively funny woman alive." So whom does America's most intuitively funny woman find funny?  ^ Gould, Jack (October 3, 1968). "TV: Frank and Mature Discussion of Birth Control; Contraceptive Devices Displayed on Channel 4 Vivacious Joan Rivers Brightens Own Show". The New York Times. GOOD television often turns up at unexpected hours; it did from 9 to 10 A. M. yesterday on WNBC-TV (Channel 4). The first half was a major breakthrough in the educational use of the home screen—a totally frank and completely mature discussion of birth control. The second half hour offered Joan Rivers, quite possibly the most intuitively funny woman alive.  ^ The 50 Best Stand-up Comics of All Time., retrieved February 22, 2017. ^ "Joan Rivers Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story". The Biography Channel. Retrieved June 16, 2013.  ^ a b c d Grossman, Cathy Lynn, Joan Rivers' gift: Wicked humor with a Jewish touch, The Washington Post, September 4, 2014. ^ a b c d e f g "Joan Rivers, a Comic Stiletto Quick to Skewer, Is Dead at 81". The New York Times. September 4, 2014.  ^ Pfefferman, Naomi (December 27, 2007). "Joan Rivers' 'Life'—audacious, as always". Jewish Journal. Retrieved April 29, 2009.  ^ "Barbara Waxler Obituary". Retrieved July 6, 2013.  ^ "Joan Rivers profile". Retrieved April 29, 2009.  ^ Daily News (New York), September 5, 2014. "Joan Rivers Memory Lives Brooklyn Neighborhood". ^ The Wall Street Journal, September 5, 2014. "Joan Rivers on Growing Up in Brooklyn and Attending Progressive School" ^ "Rivers was always a little Joan Molinsky to the end". September 6, 2014. Retrieved April 6, 2017.  ^ a b c d e Rivers, Joan (April 21, 2008). "Joan Rivers". Shrink Rap (Interview). Interview with Pamela Stephenson. Finestripe Productions.  ^ Rivers 1997, pp. 74–75. ^ Rivers 1997, p. 93. ^ Riley 1995, p. 265. ^ Sochen, June (1998). "From Sophie Tucker to Barbra Streisand: Jewish Women Entertainers as Reformers". Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture. Ed. Joyce Antler. Brandeis series in American Jewish history, culture, and life. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press Published by University Press of New England. pp. 68–84. ^ Rivers 1986, pp. 85–96. ^ Rivers 1986, p. 230. ^ Rivers 1986, pp. 233–239. ^ Rivers 1986, pp. 359–373. ^ a b "The Joan Rivers Show". 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