Do yourself a favor and read "Enter Talking," Rivers' poignant and hilarious story of her early years as chubby Joan Molinsky, with a beautiful sister and a bucket of insecurities.
She married (because a girl her age should get married) and divorced soon after, moving back in with her parents . . . totally defeated but for a dream that she dared not speak: to be some kind of entertainer, in spite of being told again and again (including by her parents, after her act flopped at...
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