Amy Stiller
American actor
Amy Stiller
Amy Stiller is an American actress. She is a stand up comedian, in New York City, and also a Bikram Yoga instructor. She was born in New York City, New York, the daughter of the comedy duo Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, and the older sister of actor Ben Stiller.
Biography
Amy Stiller's personal information overview.
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News
News abour Amy Stiller from around the web
Review: The Women's Minyan - CultureMob (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Among the talented women in the play were Ally Sheedy (The Breakfast Club), Amy Stiller (Ben's sister!), and Zuzanna Szadkowski (Dorota on Gossip Gir!). The play is based on a true story that happened fifteen years ago in Jerusalem
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FILM REVIEW; A Lost Boy in a Plot to Keep The Fashion Industry Afloat
NYTimes - over 15 years
An evil band of international fashion designers want to end the tenure of a new prime minister of Malaysia, who plans to stop the exploitation of child labor. (The designers are all sitting in the shadows so they can't be identified, even though one is clearly meant to suggest Karl Lagerfeld, who looks like a supervillain from a Bond movie,
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THEATER REVIEW; If One Family Gathering Is Too Many, Try Three
NYTimes - over 16 years
Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson are old hands at being a couple, onstage and off, so it's not surprising that as they cavort together as a long-married pair of retired comedians in Anne Meara's new play, ''Down the Garden Paths,'' their chemistry feels as established as the periodic table. The play, which opened at the Minetta Lane Theater yesterday,
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THEATER; Anne Meara: The Right Touch
NYTimes - about 17 years
NOW are the times (count them) to honor Arthur Garden for his metaphysical writings on alternative realities, alternate routes, infinite horizons, infinite probabilities, probable paths. Whatever. Perhaps you'd like to settle for his mother's description of the, er, quantum theories of her famous intellectual son, the science writer, amateur
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - about 17 years
Honoring Dr. King The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held in Greenwich each year by the Y.W.C.A. and the Greenwich Fellowship of Clergy, will begin today at Christ Church, 254 East Putnam Avenue with an ecumenical service from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. From 3:30 to 6:30, the Y, across the street at 259 East Putnam Avenue (Route 1), will open its
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New Brunswick, Meet New Haven
NYTimes - over 17 years
DAVID SAINT and Doug Hughes don't just believe that regional theaters should work together; they are making it happen with two new plays: ''Down the Garden Paths,'' by Anne Meara, and ''Syncopation,'' by Allan Knee. Mr. Saint, artistic director of George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, and Mr. Hughes, his counterpart at Long Wharf in New Haven,
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A Young Film Maker's Road Movie That's Bound to Family Ties
NYTimes - almost 20 years
FEW years ago, during the Christmas holidays when grown children tend to return to suburban nests they previously had flown, Greg Mottola and his older brother, Thomas, were in the family car driving around their hometown Dix Hills on the way to visit a relative. ''Mom and dad were in the front,'' Mr. Mottola recalled, ''and we were in the back.
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ON THE TOWNS: THEATER; And Then the Leading Lady Got Laryngitis
NYTimes - almost 22 years
IT could have been "Macbeth," the theater's all-time symbol of the ominous. Only this time the harbingers of bad luck were conspiring against the Two River Theater Company's production of "The Heidi Chronicles." But Wendy Wasserstein's much lauded play has grown accustomed to winning. And so "Heidi" overcame the hollow sound that threatened to
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WESTCHESTER GUIDE
NYTimes - over 22 years
PEEKSKILL ON THE WALL Three artists in Peekskill are achieving their dream of painting an outdoor mural of the city's history, and by doing so defining the downtown art district that is rejuvenating the area. "We've raised about $6,000 in grants, largely from the Westchester Arts Council and the city of Peekskill," said Maria Fee, one of the three
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THEATER; Sampling the Season On the State's Stages
NYTimes - over 22 years
ROLL your eyes and say "Nunsense II " twice -- once for Bridgeport, once for Ivoryton. Or roll out the carpet for Elaine May, live on stage in Westport. How to perceive the summer theater season in Connecticut? Your choice. Say it's a bore. Example: A tacky British farce ("Don't Dress for Dinner" in Simsbury) seems preferable to a fake American
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Amy Stiller
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