With a quick wit and a lot of nerve, comedienne Kathy Griffin sets out on her wacky and shenanigan-filled journey from a D- to A-List celebrity.
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Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 7 wins & 18 nominations. See more awards »
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 Herself (48 episodes, 2005-2010)
Maggie Griffin ...
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With a quick wit and a lot of nerve, comedienne Kathy Griffin sets out on her wacky and shenanigan-filled journey from a D- to A-List celebrity.

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Climbing The Hollywood Ladder... One Letter At A Time.

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Comedy | Reality-TV

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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3 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Kathy Griffin - Mein Leben auf der D-Liste  »

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$300,000 (estimated)
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On the Gay Pimping' with Jonny McGovern pod-cast, co-host Linda James renamed her intern Alessandra to "Pom-pom" after Kathy Griffin's dog from the show. See more »

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Griffin frequently referred to Steve Wozniak as a billionaire while he was appearing on the series, though most estimates of his net worth place it around $100 million. See more »

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Kathy Griffin: Damn you, Zellwegger. Damn you to hell!
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Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #26.150 (2010) See more »

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30 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is amazing and is a shining example of how a reality show should be done. I have always loved Kathy's sense of humor and wit, but what I love most about the show is actually the editing. All of the person-to-camera dialog is done on the spot, and not in on some studio set months after the incident took place. What you get are the honest reactions the people on the show have at the time something happens. Also, they show Kathy without makeup! It might seem strange to point out, but to me a reality TV show needs to be... well, reality. We all know women don't wear make up and hair extensions and 5,000 dollar Gucci outfits every day (yes, I'm talking to you, Kardashians), so it is refreshing to see they show Kathy at home, in her sweats, eating deep friend food and being a human! When you watch this show, you really get a sense that the cameras are there to document, and not direct, Kathy's actions. And as far as her actions go... well, you have to just watch the show because they are hilarious.


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