JIM BAILEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/19/1980 - HFSID 270435
JIM BAILEY The actor pens a letter to Phyllis (presumably Diller), saying that he heard she has traveled to Texas, saying he was just there Autograph letter signed: "Jim Bailey", in blue felt tip, 5¾x7¾. September 19, 1980.
Sale Price $306.00
JIM BAILEY The actor pens a letter to Phyllis (presumably Diller), saying that he heard she has traveled to Texas, saying he was just there Autograph letter signed: "Jim Bailey", in blue felt tip, 5¾x7¾. September 19, 1980. In part: "Dearest Phyllis, I am here at home (for a minute) tried to reach you at home and learned you were heading for Texas. I was just there at the Tower Thea. I love Houston". Jim Bailey (1938-2015) is an American actor known for impersonating famous female celebrities. Bailey got his start by performing on late night talk and entertainment shows, the first in 1968 on New York Television Theatre. He made one of his first celebrity impressions on television as Judy Garland on the Ed Sullivan Show (1970-1971) and later The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (1973). Impersonating Barbara Streisand and Phyllis Diller, Bailey also performed as a regular on This Morning (1990-2002), The Steve Allen Comedy Hour (1981) The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1979-1983) and The Merv Griffin Show (1970-1985). A world travelling self-made superstar, Bailey has performed in Carnegie Hall, London's Palladium, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and many more. Light surface creases. Corners slightly worn. Normal mailing fold. Fine condition.
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