Kathy Griffin Memoir Acquired For More Than $2 Million

The comedian Kathy Griffin is writing a memoir, and according to three sources with knowledge of the deal, her literary agent at Endeavor, former Dutton editor-in-chief Trena Keating, sold it at auction last week to an editor at Random House's Ballantine imprint for more than $2 million.

Ms. Griffin, who got her start on the sitcom Suddenly Susan, stars in a successful reality TV show on Bravo (My Life on the D-List) and has a passionate fanbase that includes lots and lots of gay men.

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