Rose Marie’s rise to fame began at the age of four with her own NBC radio show. As she grew, she went from the stages of Vaudeville to the bright lights of Vegas, to some of the most iconic television shows. But it’s not just credits like "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "Hollywood Squares" that make her life so memorable. Characters like Al Capone, Bugsy Siegel and Jerry Lewis all played a part in this woman’s story of fame, love, tragedy and success. A woman’s ninety-year career is also the greatest untold story in show business. Peter Marshall and director Jason Wise paid a visit to BUILD to speak on the documentary, "Wait for Your Laugh."