Comedian Phyllis Diller has died at age 95, TMZ reported Monday.

KTLA in Los Angeles confirmed the report.

Sources close to Diller told the gossip site she comedian died at her Los Angeles home, surrounded by her family.

The site said the legendary comic had declined since a recent fall hurting her wrist and hip, and she had been living in hospice care at her home.

Diller suffered a heart attack in 1999 and was later fitted with a pacemaker.

Phyllis began her career all the way back in 1952 -- and rose to fame with her TV specials alongside Bob Hope in the 1960s.

Later that decade, Phyllis starred in her own show called "The Phyllis Diller Show" ... as well as a variety show called "The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show." She was also a regular on "Laugh In."