Garry Shandling, a deadpan comic’s comic who found his great fame playing a fake talk show host with real insecurities, died on Thursday. He was 66.
Mr. Shandling started in show business in the 1970s as a sitcom writer but soon transitioned into stand-up. He was one of the many comics of his generation to get his start at the Comedy Store, the storied Los Angeles club that also served as an incubator for David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfel...
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