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Stiller and Meara were a husband-and-wife comedy team made up of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara that was popular primarily in the 1960s and 1970s. The duo made frequent appearances on television variety shows such as The Ed Sullivan Show.
Jerry Stiller, American actor, comedian and producer(June 8, 1927 - May 11, 2020) was born Gerald Isaac Stiller at Unity Hospital in Brooklyn, New York into the Jewish family of Bella (nee Citron; 1902-1954) and William Stiller (1896-1999), a taxi and bus driver. Jerry Stiller spent many years in the comedy team Stiller and Meara with his wife, Anne Meara. He later played Frank Costanza on the NBC sitcom Seinfeld and Arthur Spooner on the CBS comedy series The King of Queens. Stiller and Meara are the parents of actor Ben Stiller, with whom Stiller co-starred in the films Zoolander, Heavyweights, Hot Pursuit, The Heartbreak Kid and Zoolander 2. Stiller is known for his angry, yelling acting style.
Anne Meara, American actress, comedian and playwright and one-half of a prominent 1960s comedy team, Stiller and Meara (September 20, 1929 - May 23, 2015) was born in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of parents of Irish descent, Mary (nee Dempsey) and Edward Joseph Meara, a corporate lawyer for American Standard. She also was featured on stage, in television, and in numerous films, and later she became a playwright. During her career, Meara was nominated for four Emmy Awards and a Tony Award, and she won a Writers Guild Award as a co-writer for the TV movie The Other Woman.