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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Anne_MearaAnne Meara - Wikipedia

    Anne Meara Stiller (September 20, 1929 – May 23, 2015) was an American comedian and actress. Along with her husband Jerry Stiller, she was one-half of the prominent 1960s comedy team Stiller and Meara. Their son is actor, director, and producer Ben Stiller.

  2. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Anne_MearaAnne Meara - Wikipedia

    Anne Meara nel 1975. Anne Meara (New York, 20 settembre 1929 – New York, 23 maggio 2015) è stata un'attrice e comica statunitense

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0575198Anne Meara - IMDb

    Anne Meara. Actress: Heavyweights. The incredibly gifted comedienne-actress Anne Meara is known for her comedic efforts alongside husband-comedian, Jerry Stiller; together, they were 'Stiller and Meara'; they were original members of the improvisational company, the Compass Players, which later evolved as the Second City Theater.

  4. 25 mag 2015 · Cinema. È morta Anne Meara, l'attrice madre di Ben Stiller. All'età di 85 anni è scomparsa una delle più grandi comiche del cinema americano che nella sua lunga carriera, oltre a recitare in serie di successo come "Saranno famosi"e "Sex & the City", ha anche affiancato il figlio in "Una notte al museo" e "Zooloander" Redazione 25 maggio 2015 11:48.

  5. 7 nov 2012 · Anne Meara. Scheda e Biografia. Filmografia. Serie TV. Streaming. Foto. Video. Citazioni. Premi. Professione: Attrice. Nata il: 20 Settembre 1929. (New York City, New York, USA) Età: 94 anni....

  6. 24 mag 2015 · Anne Meara, who was half of one of the most successful male-female comedy teams of all time and who went on to enjoy a long and diverse career as an actress and, late in life, a playwright,...

  7. Anne Meara. Actress: Heavyweights. The incredibly gifted comedienne-actress Anne Meara is known for her comedic efforts alongside husband-comedian, Jerry Stiller; together, they were 'Stiller and Meara'; they were original members of the improvisational company, the Compass Players, which later evolved as the Second City Theater.