New Garry Shandling Website Chronicles Late Comedian's Personal Journals, Notes on Stand-Up Craft

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GarryShandling.com launched Thursday and offers an online library of the famed comic's personal writings.

The estate of comedian Garry Shandling, who died in 2016 at his home in Los Angeles, has launched a website to house the stand-up's many writings, notes and journal entries. 

GarryShandling.com went live Thursday morning and features copies of handwritten journal entires by Shandling on his comedic process, old set lists, photos from his club days, various videos from his decades-long career and a number of other personal material for fans and aspiring comics alike to peruse. 

While the website already offers a number of materials for visitors to browse through, the Shandling estate — along with the late comic's close friends, makeup artist Bruce Grayson and fellow comedian Suli McCullough — plans to continue adding content. 

Deadline was the first to report the news.

A towering figure in the comedy world, Shandling was remembered by many in the stand-up community following his death. Director and comedian Judd Apatow chronicled Shandling's life and career in this year's HBO documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, which earned Emmy nominations for best documentary and directing for Apatow.