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Comedian/actor JERRY STILLER rose to success in the 1960s as part of the husband and wife comedy team "Stiller & Meara.” Along with spouse Anne Meara, he appeared more than 30 times on "The Ed Sullivan Show.” But audiences today know him as the bombastic and hilarious Frank Costanza on "Seinfeld,” a role he played for eight seasons and which, in 1997, brought him an Emmy Award nomination.

A New York native, Stiller began his career on Broadway, in shows such as "Hurlyburly,” "The Ritz,” "Passione,” "The Golden Apple,” "Three Men on a Horse," "What's Wrong With This Picture?" and "The Three Sisters.” In 1998, Stiller appeared with Kevin Kline and Blythe Danner as Dogberry in William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing” as part of Shakespeare-in-the-Park. Stiller was also part of the Phoenix theater company and the first season of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

He also starred in the role of Launce in "Two Gentlemen of Verona" and played Tamkin opposite Robin Williams in Saul Bellow's "Seize the Day” and appeared in Hortense Calisher's "The Hollow Boy” for Robert Geller; the latter two aired on PBS' "Great Performances.” He also appeared in his wife's highly acclaimed off Broadway production of "Afterplay.” Other film roles include "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three,” "The Independent,” "Fish in a Bathtub” and both the current musical hit "Hairspray” and John Waters' original comedy of the same name.

From 1998 to 2007, Stiller starred as the feisty Arthur Spooner in the TV sitcom "The King of Queens.” He has also appeared in several of his son Ben's films, including "Heavy Weights” and "Zoolander.” In addition, he performed with his daughter Amy on "King of Queens” and in the plays "I Ought to be in Pictures” and "Beau Jest.” Stiller studied with Professor Sawyer Falk at Syracuse University.

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