Anne Meara Stiller (September 20, 1929 – May 23, 2015) was an American actress and comedian. Along with her husband Jerry Stiller, she was one-half of a prominent 1960s comedy team, Stiller and Meara. Their son is actor Ben Stiller. She was also featured on stage, in television, and in numerous films, and later she became a playwright.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anne Meara (born September 20, 1929 – May 23, 2015) was an American actress and comedian. She and Jerry Stiller were a 1960s comedy team, appearing as Stiller and Meara, and are the parents of actor/comedian Ben Stiller and actress Amy Stiller.
Publicity photo of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara with an autograph, 1965 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.
Anne Meara A Wikipédiából, a szabad enciklopédiából Anne Meara Stiller (Brooklyn, 1929. szeptember 20., – Manhattan, 2015. május 23.) amerikai színésznő, humorista. Férjével, Jerry Stillerrel közösen évekig a Stiller and Meara humortársulatban szerepelt.
Help Wikipedia deur na moontlike teks te soek en 'n skakel hierheen te plaas. Anne Meara (20 September 1929 – 23 Mei 2015) was 'n Amerikaanse aktrise, vervaardiger, en skryfster. Sy is bekend vir haar rolle in die rolprente Fame (1980), Awakenings (1990), Reality Bites (1994), en Night at the Museum (2006).
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Anne was born in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Irish immigrant parents, Mary (née Dempsey) and Edward Joseph Meara, a lawyer. Meara was raised in Roman Catholicism, and converted to Reform Judaism six years after marrying Stiller.She has long stressed that she did not convert at Stiller's request, but because "Catholicism was dead to me." She took the conversion seriously and studied the faith in such depth that her Jewish-born husband quipped, "Being married to Anne has made me more Jewish." Anne has written about her mother's death and her childhood experiences at Catholic boarding school.
Anne was married to husband Jerry Stiller for 61 years, from 1954 until her death in 2015. Both were members of the improvisational comedy company The Compass Players (which later became The Second City), and the pair, as the comedy team Stiller and Meara, brought many of their real-life relationship foibles to bear on their often-improvised comedy routines. After some years honing the act, Stiller and Meara became regulars on The Ed Sullivan Showand other TV programs. Their career declined,...
She was the consulting director of J.A.P. - The Jewish American Princesses of Comedy, a 2007 Off-Broadway production that features live stand-up routines by four female Jewish comics juxtaposed with the stories of legendary performers from the 1950s and 1960s: Totie Fields, Jean Carroll, Pearl Williams, Betty Walker and Belle Barth. Starting in October 2010, Meara and her husband Jerry Stiller began starring in a Yahoo! web series called Stiller & Meara produced by Red Hour Digital, a product...
Meara died of natural causes at the age of 85 on May 23, 2015 at her home in Manhattan, New York.↑ Interfaith Family.com: "A Pint of Guinness, A Cup of Manischevitz: Some Irish/Jewish Connections" by Nate BloomMarch 17, 2009↑ [http://www.filmreference.com/film/41/Anne-Meara.htmlAnne Meara Biography (1929-)↑ E.J. Meara, Creator Of Comedy Skits, 73, New York Times article, 1966-12-16.↑ Ben Stiller : 'Doing comedy is scaryby Leslie O'Toole for The Independent, 2006-12-22 accessed 2006-12-22.
Anne Meara (1929-2015) was a comic actress and one half of the team Stiller and Meara, with husband Jerry Stiller. She made three appearances on Shalom Sesame, in Shows 9-11. In the early 1970s, she also provided voice-over work for a series of "silent film" clips on Sesame Street. Her son, Ben Stiller, has also appeared on Sesame Street.
Anne Meara as Veronica Rooney (1979–1982), the cook at Archie Bunker's Place. She often made wisecracks and gave Archie a hard time. She often made wisecracks and gave Archie a hard time. She insisted that Archie also hire her openly gay nephew Fred as a waiter to help him pay for law school.
Gerald Isaac Stiller (June 8, 1927 – May 11, 2020) was an American comedian, actor, and author. He spent many years as part of the comedy duo Stiller and Meara with his wife, Anne Meara, to whom he was married for over 60 years until her death in 2015.