Jerry Stiller Movie Actor

He was born on June 08, 1927 (died on May 11, 2020, he was 92 years old) in New York City, New York as Gerald Isaac Stiller.

About

Gerald Isaac Jerry Stiller is an American comedian and actor. He spent many years in the comedy team Stiller and Meara with his wife Anne Meara.
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Is Jerry Stiller still alive?

Yes, Jerry Stiller is still alive Last check: 1 year ago

What was Jerry's zodiac sign?

Jerry Stiller zodiac sign was gemini.

How tall was Jerry Stiller?

He was 4′12″ ft tall, which is equal to 1.52 meters.

When is Jerry Stiller's next birthday?

Jerry Stiller was born on the , which was a Wednesday

Jerry Stiller net worth

He has a net worth of 12.5 million dollars.

Works

His first feature film was The Lion King 1½ (2004, as Uncle Max (voice)). He was 76 when he starred in this movie. Since 2004, he has appeared in 50 feature films. The last one is Simpler Times (2014). In this movie, we watched him in the Harry character .

Jerry Stiller movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

His first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).

When his last album George Schlatter's Just for Laughs released, he was 94 years old. This album 'George Schlatter's Just for Laughs' contains 10 tracks

His first album Ed Sullivan Presents the Last Two People in the World released 54 years ago, he was 40 years old. There were 8 songs in this album.

Education

He graduated from Syracuse University

His real name:
Birth name of Jerry Stiller is Gerald Isaac Stiller

Wife

Anne Meara

Anne Meara, Actress comedian

He married with Anne Meara (85), in 1954. Jerry Stiller was 26 and Anne Meara was 24 years old. After 61 years, in 2015 Anne passed away.

Children

He had two children, Amy (60) and Ben (55) . When his first child, Amy Stiller, was born, Jerry Stiller was 34 years old.

Other facts about Jerry Stiller

Jerry Stiller 's children (2)

Jerry Stiller Movies (50)

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Jerry Stiller Albums (5)

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