Dr. Joyce Brothers’ career was incredibly varied—so much so that it is impossible to fit all of her cameos, experiences, and work in just 12 exhibition cases! This case represents a very small selection highlighting the variety of her work.
Script for The Nanny, “That's Mid-life.” Signed by cast and crew, March 1996.
Dr. Brothers appeared as herself.
National Lampoon "Loaded Weapon" ephemera, 1992.
Brothers had a cameo as a medical examiner in this film starring Samuel L. Jackson and Emilio Estevez.
Dr. Brothers. Article in The Journal American about interviewing The Beatles, February 11, 1964.
Before The Beatles landed for their first concert in America, Dr. Brothers wrote a front-page story in the Journal American on how big the group would be in America. They heard about her article and insisted on meeting her, making her one of the first Americans to have a one-on-one with The Beatles.
Getty Images. Photograph of Brothers interviewing the Beatles, February 10, 1964.
Photograph of Dr. Brothers with the cast of Late Night with Conan O'Brien, circa 1994.
Dr. Brothers was a frequent guest on the show.
Blondie comic strip referencing Dr. Brothers, 1994.
Dr. Brothers was often mentioned in comic strips, particularly Blondie.