American comedian and Seinfeld actor Jerry Stiller has died at the age of 92

Jerry Stiller was a multi-talented artist who appeared in American films and sitcoms.

Jerry Stiller, who for several years teamed with wife Anne Meara during a beloved American comedy duo so reached new heights in his senior years because the high-strung Frank Costanza on the model sitcom Seinfeld and so the basement-dwelling father-in-law on The King of Queens died at 92, his son announced on Monday.


Ben tweeted, "I'm sad to say that my father Jerry Steeler died of natural causes.



Ben wrote, "He was a great father and grandfather and had the most dedicated husband for almost 62 years. He will be very much missed. He will love you, father," Ben wrote, referring to his father. Following in the footsteps of the comedian became a list box office star. With movies like Tropic Thunder, Dodgeball and Mary.


Jerry Stiller was a multi-talented actor who appeared in the film playing Walter Matthau's police sidekick in the thriller The Taking of Pelham One Two Three and Divine's husband Wilbur Turnblad in John Waters' twisted comedy Hairspray.

He also wrote a biography, Married to Laughter, in which he was married for more than 50 years to his soul mate and comedian cohort Meara, who died in 2015. With Meara on the Ed Sullivan show.


Jerry Stiller, though a Seinfeld assistant, created some of the most enduring moments of the Emmy-winning show: co-creator and model for "Bro", a brassiere for men; a Korean war cook who spent his entire unit But food poisoning. A persistent salesman controls his explosive mood with the chant, "Serenity now!"


Stiller received an Emmy nomination in 1997 for his unbeaten Seanfield performances. In a 2005 Acquire interview, Stiller recalled that he was out of the selection for the first time for the role of Frank Costanza, the father of Jason Alexander's neurotic George.


My managers are retired, he said. 'I was close to 70, and nowhere to go'.


He was at the start asked to play a role as a husband with a distressed wife, Estelle, played by Estelle Harris. But that character didn't work - up till Stiller suggest his avatar as an over-the-top crank that matched his wife's scream for scream.


He jumped on the Septuagint career as a playboy in the Nine Commercials as Vince Lombardi and played another over-the-top father on Queens' longtime sitcom King.



Love marriage, comedy couple


When he was known on the small screen as nutjob father, Stiller and his wife, Meera, raised two children in their old home in the Upper West Side of Manhattan's, New York City: daughter Amy, who became an actress. And son Ben, who will probably become the most famous stiller as a writer, director and actor.


He and Ben performed together at Shoeshine, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1988 in the short essay category.


The person was much calmer and more reflective than the stiller character. The son of a bus driver and housewife, stiller grew up in Brooklyn in a time of depression. His move to enter the show business came at the age of eight, when his father visited him at the Marx Brothers in the comedy classic A Night at the opera.


Jerry Stiller earned a degree in drama from Syracuse University after World War II, and then moved to New York City to begin his career. There was a short

participation in the Shakespearean theater, fincluding a 55-week job with Jack Klugman in Coriolanus.



But his life and career began in 1953 after meeting Meara. They got married the following year.


Apparently similar pair - they were a short, stocky Jewish boy from Brooklyn, a tall, Irish Catholic from the outskirts of Long Island. He soon appeared on the Ed Sullivan show and worked in nightclubs across the country.


He also wrote and performed radio promotion , reminiscent of a series of bits for the a little popular wine called Blue Nun. Both ads boosted sales by 500%. Ben Stiller has called off trips to California with his sister as his parents head west to watch television.


The duo appeared as a team in dozens of films, stage and television productions. One of them was a 1995 Broadway show after play written by an expert.


Stiller joined Seinfeld in 1993, and moved to Kings of Queens in 1998 when he moved to another Jerry & Co. space. In connection with the modeling released in 2001.

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