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Comedy Legend Jerry Stiller Has Died at 92

"He will be greatly missed", said his son, a comedy star himself, who starred in the renowned film "Night at the Museum". His son, actor and director Ben Stiller, tweeted the news saying: "I'm sad to say my father, Jerry Stiller passed away from natural causes". He called him "perhaps the kindest man I ever had the honor to work beside". He told the Daily News of NY in 2012: "I've never thought of stopping". A reddit person not too long ago resurfaced a clip from Seinfeld that reveals the actor doing what he did greatest-making folks roll on the ground in laughter.

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, meanwhile, expressed in a tweet, "Sending you love Ben".

"Yeah. I adored this man", Alexander added, sharing the photo seen above.

Leah Remini is paying tribute to Jerry Stiller. But he was a major star in the 1960s and 1970s as half of the comedy team Stiller and Meara with his wife, Anne Meara, who died at the age of 85 in 2015.

Actor Parry Shen, who had a small position on "The King of Queens" in 1999, shared a heartwarming story through a Twitter thread, explaining how Stiller helped him get his half again after it was taken away. Thank you for so many incredible memories. In a scant 30 episodes which included his creation of the "mansiere" (the bra for men) and the holiday Festivus (for the rest of us), Stiller made an indelible mark of our culture. She recalled their special "talks off screen" and "the kindness he had shown to me and my family". "You will be so very missed Jerry", she captioned. During the '60s and '70s, Stiller and Meara appeared an impressive 36 times on Sullivan's show and recorded albums like the kind Seinfeld photographed. It needs to be famous that Stiller, ever the skilled, by no means as soon as breaks, which makes Alexander's and Louis-Dreyfus chortle even more durable as he looms over them stony confronted whereas they crumple over in giggles. Here at Hello! Canada, we're still busy creating the magazine you know and love, to spread positivity and provide some entertainment as a gentle reprieve from all the hard news.

"It's fun to watch the bloopers, I have to say", Louis-Dreyfus said.