Sunday, May 24, 2015

Actress Anne Meara died aged 85

  Actress Anne Meara died aged 85 | 
Anne Meara Dead: Mother Of Ben Stiller

Actress Anne Meara and her husband Jerry Stiller, September 17, 2007, in Los Angeles (AFP/Gabriel Bouys)
The actress and American actress Anne Meara, who starred in dozens of films including the television, and who is the mother of actor Ben Stiller, has died at the age of 85.

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Anne Meara who, with her husband Jerry Stiller, has trained a couple of popular comedians in the 1960s, died Saturday, according to the US media, which did not give the cause of his death.
Producer Michael Skolnik welcomed on Twitter a "great actress", with which he "had the pleasure to work 20 years ago".
This red-haired woman played in very different genre films, ranging from drama to comedy through the soap opera, but remains best known for his roles in comedies.
She played regularly in series "Archie Bunker's Place" and "A guy from Queens".
She was appointed to the Golden Globes for her role in the soap opera "Rhoda" and was named four times to the Emmys, which are American television awards.
Meara and husband were also part of the improvisation cabaret "The Compass Players", later "Second City".
About his role in the film "the daytrippers" (1996), famous film critic Roger Ebert stated that she was "superb, almost by definition, in its mission here, which is to embody an unbearable mother". "The problem of the film is that it does too well", he added.
In 1984, Meara shared a literary award from the Writers Guild with Lila Garrett for having written the screenplay for the film "The other woman", where Hal Linden plays the role of a widower who falls in love with the daughter of his roommate, and ends by becoming a love of a divorced grandmother embodied by Anne Meara.
"I've always loved Anne Meara: always amusing, an incredible actress, and really a very beautiful humanity, RIP", a tweeted actor Michael McKean.

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