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Type: Actress
Nationality: American
Date of Birth: 28/06/1946
Date of Death: 20/05/1989


 

Gilda Radner Quotes > If humor was the foundation...

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If humor was the foundation of my life, men were definitely the first floor.
Gilda Radner

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