One of the hardest working celebrities in the world,
Joan Rivers is an entertainment legend of unparalleled accomplishment and talent. In the early 1960s, Joan created her own brand of irreverent, unconventional comedy and began the climb to stardom. “Insanely persistent,” she had been playing tawdry clubs, Borscht Belt hotels and Greenwich Village cabarets for nearly a decade, and then, in 1968, the phone rang. Johnny Carson booked her on The Tonight Show, and Joan’s career skyrocketed. Today, Joan is a television icon, Tony®-nominated actress, bestselling author, playwright, screenwriter, movie director, columnist, lecturer, radio host, jewelry designer, entrepreneur, red carpet fashion laureate, mother, grandmother and one heck of a funny woman. When this comedy pioneer and force of nature asks, “Can we talk?” you won’t want to miss a word.