The actress and comedian Anne Meara, who appeared in dozens of films and television programs and mother of Hollywood actor Ben Stiller, died at 85 years, informed the press of the United States on Sunday.
Meara, who in the Decade of 1960 was part of a popular comedy — gayvideo duo with her husband Jerry Stiller, died last Saturday, according to press reports.
The cause of his death was not disclosed.
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Meara's fame acquired as part of the comedy duo Stiller & Meara, and after that it has achieved and the most popular roles in television and film.
In a statement to The Associated Press, the family has stated that the couple had been married 61 a year and that they are the same and collaborated.
The first zapaženiji appearance they had on the show Ed Sullivan during the sixties, and homemade is viewers probably remembered for her roles in the series "sex and the city" and "the King of Queens".
Meara was in 1983. She won the award and Writers Guild for the TV movie "The Other Woman".