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"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"On it with the full force of my lung so that it busts into passionate flames right. There are many key actors and characters in the great players inside and outside the palace whose fortunes rise and fall according to the whims of royalty and the winds of history not all characters survived through these ten episodes but they all make a strong impression particularly good or Sash Dewan or low one of Catherine's closest confidants and Sebastian Desouza as Leo. Who is presented to her by her. Philandering husband as sexual diversion of her own. He quickly earns his keep. There's a lot to take in and enjoy while watching the great visually. The architecture and landscapes and interior sets are sumptuous rich and ripe as the often scandalous dialogue sexual chemistry intention. Run through the entire miniseries in the ballroom dances as well as the intimate conversations and confrontations. The great is very much in the style of the nineteen thirty four movie. The scarlet empress in which Marlene Dietrich. Start as Catherine. It's got a similar sense of humor and irreverence and a captivating leading lady. Dietrich's empress rose to power using sex as a weapon while fannings empress uses her mind above all in the great both fanning and Holt. Serve up shrewdly entertaining performances. I'd call it a perfect diversion for these times. Except certain coincidental parallels do surface from time to time Catherine embraces. Art The free press and science while her husband is initially resistant to all of them and before the great is over the palace itself is invaded by a smallpox epidemic which has the characters debating about quarantines treatments and acceptable death tolls aside from those eerie parallels though the great is immensely enjoyable and clearly lends itself to a second season for now. Though I give the great a hearty Huzzah.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Is that as exhilarating? Oh indeed I think this kind of cold clammy excitement and quivering intensity is Main thing that I'm feeling when I start to play that it's almost. It's almost impossible to control the explosive quality of the of the rhythm and the the vitality required a enough to actually keep it in wraps enough for it to be a public performance. I find this piece so powerful that it It's just it's dwarfing to come in contact with it and at the beginning of the music. Sounds perhaps a little bit gay a little bit just bouncy and but those sudden crescendo? The tiffany claps the the The offbeat that that that that just a slowly scratches at you until it's just the breaking point. It's very exciting. Are You thinking technique? Are you just thinking what you're feeling when you're playing that? I'm thinking technique occasionally when it gets very difficult but mostly I'm just reacting to the emotional picture of music you are. I think one of the few soloists actually started with an orchestral career. You started your career with the Cleveland Orchestra. Did you choose to start your career at in an orchestra? So that you'd learn ensemble playing better learn to to be part of a larger group. Yes my teacher at that time. Leonard rose a great American cellist. played in years in orchestra. And he thought it was a wonderful musical training. Also I had recently been orphaned and I needed To have some financial security and it was just came along at the right time in my musical development as well your father died. I believe in your sixteen in. Your mother died in an auto accident three years after that was the orchestra family for you. Oh Yes yes. I was so much younger than my other colleagues in the orchestra and in a way I was very lonely because I couldn't really late to them one on one because they were all Zola's my parents and their children were too young for me and the schedule of the orchestra was very demanding so although there was university in Cleveland I didn't really have time to to get involved with People my own age at the time so it was a difficult time but one that I wouldn't trade at all because that's the foundation of my musical and Intellectual beginning your parents were both musicians and as you had mentioned they both died when you were a teenager musicians. Especially when they're young. I think really immerse themselves so totally unusual and shut out a lot of other parts of of life and I was running if you went through that even more so because of the tragedies in your own family Because you you were probably forced to be more of a loner than you might have even chosen to be yes. That's definitely true. I I did Do that and it's sometimes causes problems of adjustment for me today because that world of myself the hotel room the cello and maybe room service is Can Be very complete one when I'm on tour and and away from my family and away from my friends. And it's only over protracted long period of time. Do I realize that That I'm I'm not really happy living that way anymore. But certainly for a number of years it was kind of cocoon that was protection against the harshness of the outside world and in that way music was like a savior to me. It really was a balm on hurt minds. Your father was a metropolitan opera. Baritone your mother was a violinist when you decided to start playing music was there pressure anew to be great and to really shine no there wasn't in fact. My parents were so afraid that they would innuendo that kind of pressure that they They didn't take any kind of active interest or concern with my music at all in school. Orchestras and music organizations. They'd always say well. Of course Leeann has the great advantage of his parents. But I didn't have one musical discussion with either one of them Never went to my father's or mother's concerts. He was as though the only thing that did Rub off was that music as a way of life as a is it. Just normal thing to do was an was part of my family upbringing. Putting on a tie practicing your instrument warming up putting a full dress on our address in going out on stage and performing in front of people was the way people lived as far as I was and it was very dramatic when I went to Florida on vacation and I saw Chris Evert practicing tennis with their father and I realized that her upbringing in tennis was the same sort of thing that I had in music. Just a way of life. Not just something you choose as a profession because her father recorded you've been able to go back and hear him sing as a mature adult. You've been able to use your developed ears now to listen to him. Does he sound different than you. Remember him. Sounding when you were young no not at all. The it's overpowering emotionally particularly when I am using a recording of my fathers as a demonstration of a something in a masterclass in in my teaching That's all I can do to control. Not just breaking up and weeping out of my misery of missing him in his in his art on the other hand I realized now more as because I am a father and he wasn't such a good daddy in certain so it's sort of balances out very interesting. We're listening to an interview from our archives with acclaimed cellist. Lynn Harrell. Speaking with Terry Gross Herald died last month at the age of seventy six. We'll hear more of their conversation. After a break this is fresh air a rabbi an Arab and a comedian all with Cova nineteen walk into a luxury hotel it was Zimba class. Old Young religious secular Arab Jewish was like where am I? It's the hotel corona on. Npr's rough translation. Let's get back to the nineteen eighty seven interview terry gross recorded with cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month at age seventy six. I want to play are an excerpt of your recent recording of Bach cello suites and wondering if learning to play. This is a right of passage for chalice. I WANNA think one would have to say so in Casale The Great Old Spanish master. Who died to just in the mid seventies he really was the Pakistani of the cello He was the first one in the turn of the nineteenth century. Start to played instruments. So much better. He's discovered the cello suites as something more than just technical practices and They are profound pieces of music. They aren't the Saint Matthew Passion. They're not as good. I don't think even as the Brandenburg Concerto but they're astounding still when you working with a genius like bar or a Michelangelo etching is pretty astounding. It's not the Sistine Chapel okay. But it's quite amazing. So that's what these suites ally for the cellist. It is a real passage to go through to to develop one style and to come up face to face with such masterpieces and they require so much. Technically musically aesthetically and in every way that it's It's a marvelous challenge. Let's give a listen to your performance of the Jig from Fox Cello Suite number one in g major.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Hotdog and I had not seen the picture at all. I had not seen the movies. I didn't know whether I was. I was good at our media minute or whatever I was. So the shocker is to walk out of that place and then suddenly feel. You didn't know what you were going to get yourself into but look how everybody treats you. You See. I loved it and then I went to see it again at the waverly down on the village. And that's where the people were not in the lobby. I was besieged. I was there within people. Came up to me. Is it your will turnblad. Yo Ricki Lake's father and I had no idea it going to turn out that way really. Was it hard for you to break out of the stiller and mirror image years after you had stopped performing with your wife well really stopped We still do it and But at the same time We had come from you know theater backgrounds but the the need to go on my own and and to do her thing alone it really kind of came out of the fact that our kids were born amy and Ben and suddenly hit with a husband and wife work together and suddenly you were being asked to play Las Vegas and then what do you do you pick up the two children and the nanny and you go to Vegas and you get ready to do the nightclub back. I mean it was easier for me because I'm the father and the man. He's supposed to be the breadwinner for the MOM. How could you be a mother and a nightclub performer? Working on new material. And your kids take the kids to school. So we made a kind of a concerted decision which is very rare for both and myself to try to figure out a way to do everything and one of the things that happened with see. She got a job on medical center with Chad Everett in which she was offered a major role in I was in New York She said can I do this? Jerry would you be upset if I went out and did this role I said you do it? Now be with the kids and long behold she got nominated for an emmy for that role and suddenly we say. Hey we got a new career. Ab Ran and the next Couple of weeks I was offered a role in the Ritz on Broadway. With the Rita Marino Jack Weston and F Murray Abraham my dear POW and the show opens and that becomes a hit. And I'll be damned if something to say. Hey there's more to our lives than just doing the act so at we had the best of everything now. We could set the kids off to school. New York will always be with with them or the two of us were with them and it worked out That we were able to the act later to you told us before that your father did not want you to become an actor so when you found out that your son Ben Stiller wanted to go into show business himself. What was your reaction? I had a kind of a knot in my stomach because Ben was Could name all the parts of the body and Latin when he was going to Let literally in Junior High School. And Amy was also kind of like caught up in this kind of I I guess academia but what happened was both of them decided that one point that they were going to do it then dropped out after nine months. He said it's school doesn't give me what I thought I wanted. I wanted to be a film director. And he said I'm going to go and become an actor and be theater person on my own. I suspend if you do if you quit school. I'm GonNa Really GonNa Kick Your Butt. I don't use those words but he said Dad. Trust me I will do it on my own. And would you believe for two years? He went to classes in New York. He studied he cleared up his skin which was full of acne he He went to the gym. He lost weight. He became an actor and he eventually tried out for the house of Blue Leaves for John where he was got the part and he when he was appeared on Broadway is to come down sneak in see him in the second act went crazy watching him. I loved it. I went nuts every time. He got applause. I G GREAT. My kids doing great meantime. Amy's working down at the Thirteenth Street playhouse off Broadway in little isn't some kind of a little red riding thing and go down taking movies of her so I was thrilled watching both of them. Go into it. But every time they came home and said you know I didn't get this. I didn't get that I went and nuts Jerry Stiller. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you very kind. That was the late Jerry. Stiller speaking with Terry Gross in nineteen ninety three still are in Miras kids. Amy And ben have gone onto their own successful careers in comedy and acting. Ben Stiller also became a filmmaker in two thousand ten terry talk to him about Zander. A comedy which Ben had written and directed he played the title role but also wrote a role for his father. Ben Stiller Played Zoo lander a dim witted male model in Jerry. Stiller was his agent. I WANNA play a short scene. And this is a scene with your father Jerry Stiller and et cetera. In in your Father Plays. Maury Boston head of balls models and this is a model agent model agency that he helped build build with nail modeling agency. Yeah so at this point in the movie your character Derek. Zoolander wants to take a break from from the fashion world. And so here's your here's you with your Father Jerry Stiller in a scene from zoolander. I WanNa do something meaningful with my life. Maury deeper thoughts on my mind today. I was thinking about volunteering to help teach underprivileged children. Learn how to read and just thinking about. It was the most rewarding experience I've ever had out there kind of thing. I mean maybe it could even have my own institute we could call it the Derek zoolander center for kids who can't read good. What about us? We've built this place together. Look squeezed when I met you. You're a joint potato. Couldn't book a Goddamn Sears Catalog? And who couldn't find left to save his ass. Now Look at you. I can't turn left. Yeah right Berek please. Some bailed marlins go left at the end of the runway. You got a lot of gifts but hiking. Lowy just isn't one of them. It must be given such pleasure to to say okay now going to write a role from my father and direct him in it. Oh Yeah I mean that's how I was laughing listening to that. Just because he's just so first of all character of Maurya so far afield from my my dad's actual personality In terms of like you know ever squeezing squeezing to she of lady. I don't picture him doing that But that was fun was getting him into those situations and he you know he really goes goes with it and goes for it and It was it's great i. I'm really happy like I'm kind of looking forward to someday. My kids being able to see their grandfather in that movie 'cause he's he's awesome What was it like for you when your father was Costarring on Seinfeld and everybody was watching the show. Well you know it really changed his life. I mean he you know for years and years. My parents You know were successful as a comedy team. And you know. Did the Ed Sullivan. Show over thirty times and nightclubs and TV shows and all that and they and the You know did really really well but then I think Seinfeld happened from. My Dad had just changed people's perception of him and reach so many people and I was really very very happy to see that for him because he's really deserving of it as I think my mom is too so you know and and I think it's for him you know he thrives on work. I think he loves to work. A- keeps them going And then out of that came King of Queens for him and people love him. He's a naturally funny human being and he's incredibly loved from that show and so it's it was great. It was great to see that. That was Ben Stiller. Speaking with Terry Gross in twenty ten his mom and Meera died in. Twenty fifteen at age. Eighty five Jerry. Stiller died this week at the age of ninety two after we take a short break. We'll hear Terry's interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month. And I'll review a new. Hulu comedy miniseries about the rise of Catherine the Great. I'm David Being Cooley. And this is fresh. Air Face Masks have become the new normal as we continue to grapple with the ongoing pandemic. But when did we start wearing masks for our health and safety this week on through line the origins of the n? Ninety five mask and how it became the life saving tool it is today through line from NPR. The podcast where we go back in time to understand the present. We're going to listen to an interview with renowned cellist. Lynn Harrell who died last month aged seventy six in herald obituary in the New York. Times music critic. Anthony Tomasini wrote quote at six feet four inches tall and built like a linebacker with long arms. An enormous hands to unveil up the cello when he played it producing burnished and penetrating sound easily yet. He was also a sensitive interpreter and subtle colorist Unquote Herald. Grew up in a home. Where music was the first language. His father was metropolitan opera. Baritone Mack Harrell. His mother Marjorie Fulton was a successful violinist. Lynn Harrell joined the cello section of the orchestra when he was eighteen and became principal cellist. Only two years later heroin on to perform as a soloist with major orchestras around the world. He also was known as a beloved chamber musician and teacher. He won two grammys for recordings with violinist. It's hot perelman and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy when Terry Gross Interviewed Lynn. Harrell in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. They started with the first movement of Shostakovich's first Cello Concerto.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Was ninety. Two Jerry Stiller had success as an actor on stage and screen. Then saw a career resurgence in comedy playing George Castanza's father on Seinfeld. He also played devine's husband in the John Waters. Film hairspray. Back in the ED Sullivan era. He was known as half of the Comedy Team. Stiller in MIRA with his wife and mirror their act played off what an improbable couple they made. He was short schlumpy Jewish. She was tall attractive Irish. Let's hear a sample from alive routine. That came out on a record in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. I Love Your Mary. Elizabeth Doyle I love you Hershey. She marry me. Yeah I will. I will never work. What do you mean impossible? Of course it'll work my father's a Jewish bego bike your father's an Irish cop. What tiffany me? What difference it's like hot PASTRAMI ON ON WHITE BREAD? It doesn't matter it doesn't matter love each other. It's a world of. Hey look hey she. It'll work out. The families will go crazy for each other crazy. That's what they'll do on your mother. I'll I'll hugger kiss kisser. Say Mrs Horowitz Terrific. I hear you make the Best Michigan a bowl super bowl full again and I'll say gee you know where we're going you're going to go to Israel on our honeymoon. We're GONNA live on a couple of not father. Mr Look at this why. You're not losing a son. You're gaining schick. No aware agreeing time. I'll say top of the Irish insurance a great day for the Jewish genres. The Irish. We're not gonNA follow like me for son-in-law Pilots H. O. Ara wishes honeymoon. Blind East along installed sweep Jerry Stiller and MIRA from their days as a comedy team Terry Gross Talk to Jerry Stiller in nineteen ninety-three about his work with his wife and MIRA becoming an actor and about his surprising success on Seinfeld. They started with a clip from Seinfeld in this episode. George landed a job as a model a hand model. And he's home with his parents pampering his hands. Jason Alexander Plays George Costanza and still Harrison Jerry Stiller portray his parents. I know I always knew you have beautiful hand. I used to tell people. Frank did nice to talk about his hand. Held Jevon mentioned his hands to the plenty of people never mentioned it to me memory board. I always talk about your hands. How they're so soft and Milky White. You never said Milky White join some Jello. Why did you put the bananas in there? Is this constant bickering. Stress is very damaging to the epidermis. When you play George's father do you think of yourself as playing your own father? Yeah in a way I. It's all of the things that my father wanted me to do When I was When I was just starting out as a as a teenager when I told him I wanted to be an active front since there was a kind of a a power that went over his face in shock because there was no understanding of what I was talking about and that immediately Put me in another position in terms of the way they looked at me and they wanted me to go to work for instance. That was something. I was really onerous to me. Why should I go to work? I wanted to be an actor. And George is very much the idealist. Whatever his loves and his thinking is It's contra active to his parents and my father said why don't you be a stagehand? That's like being on the stage. At least you'll be working every night and maybe it was easier for your father. Understand the work of a stagehand than the work of an actor and my father was in New York City bus driver. He was Five foot three. He was probably the shortest bus driver. And all of New York City He was Jewish which was not what most drivers work and HE had to put a. Ah Queens telephone book under his seat so he could see the road to do that when I started to drive so anyway a driving a bus and so so the working aspect of life was very close to him in other words. If you put in your ten twelve hours a day that meant you you were worthy of something I of course looked at you. Know my God. How could anybody WANNA do a thing like that for the rest of my life now In the movie the pickle which was directed by Paul Mazursky about a a theater direct a film director played by Danny Yellow. You play Denia yellows agent and it was fun to see you as an agent wondering if you could share with us any great agent stories from Your Life. Well there were times when we were starting out in the business You used to make the rounds you see and Rows meant not only seeing agents but also seeing producers and there was one thing that I always dealt with. Somebody sent me. How do you deal with rejection? I said the way I dealt with rejection very simply was. I kept knocking on every door that I could no matter what happens and I always thought that if I got to see Lee Shubert I would I would be able to get through and Make my marcus business so believe it or not. I got to the office. I knocked on the door and the other receptionist Mitzi high-cost still remember her. I said I'd like to see Mr. She said WHO? Shall I say is calling? I said Jerry Stiller. And I knew that Lee Shubert had come from Syracuse because I'd gone to Syracuse University and the Shubert brothers were from Syracuse. She said just a minute. She hit the intercom. She said Mr still to see Mr Lee. Send them right in. I walked in. I said Mr. Show but he said yes. I said I'm Jerry Stiller. He said yes. I said I'm from Syracuse. He said yes. I understand you and your brothers came from Syracuse. He said yes he said. What are you doing right now? I said nothing he says. When you're doing something will you let me know? I said yes and I walked out of the officer. I couldn't get over the fact that I made it these business so I was never afraid to knock on doors to people ought to another. That is what what will the other thing about the business and getting into see people there were there were agents who were very nice There was an agent named building. Do you want to go on like this? Let me just ask you about The the Schubert's story so when you got out of the office and this is like your big brush with with Mr Schubert did you yourself. We'll wait maybe I should have lied. Maybe I should of like puff mess off up a little bit more taking advantage of the fact that I was in the office with him. The man was so direct. You couldn't lie to him. He's looking right at your eye. And first of all he was very small and his head just came up over the edge of the desk and you felt like it was a canon being shot at you. He would he tell a liar and five seconds. I couldn't go any further than that. So it back to my regular job which was Serving hot dogs at Knicks ours. Juice and this is the quintessential New York job right if people don't need X. which I guess many people just national chain now. Isn't it It used to be a big chain. Anita was Located in the Yankee Stadium It was located in Grand Central. I worked a lot of Knicks and the reason I work needed was at nine o'clock at night. I could get on the on the job work till six in the morning. Get a couple of hours sleep than knock on the doors and Make the rounds. They call it. It seems to me entered a new phase of your career When John Waters cast you as Devine's husband in the movie hairspray well. I had no idea that I would be playing upset divine As as as her husband will be turnblad and with Ricky Lake But somebody called and said You want to be in the John Waters Movies and I had never seen a John Waters movie. But I heard about John Waters and They said well. This is going to be a movie in which you know you could just be who you are. I says well all right I took a wild shot and I went down and so there I was getting it to make up during the first day shooting. They're sitting next to me was was a divine and the first thing he said to me while he was putting on his makeup he had His dress on he was had no wig. He looked at me said house. An said she's fine and few minutes later we were on a set shooting and I was We'll turn for for any listen don't know divine. Divine was an approximately three hundred pound man who always played women or usually played women in John Waters Movies and I'm wondering playing in John. Waters Film changed the way people thought of you. I don't think you've done too much acting before that. And it was such a fun spirited movie and everybody in your family in that film Ricky Lake and divine and yourself. We're really a very very very offbeat people you just fell in love with all the characters and it is nice. People are always shocked when people say I didn't know you did. He did movies or anything like that because I had been doing it. But it's true what happens is when you get into something that suddenly catches the public's fancy and if if you're lucky enough to be in a hit And you don't know it's going to be something changes you recognized on the street like when I went to see hairspray at the lowes eighty third street in New York. I walked into the lobby and The manager said you don't have to pay well. Isn't that the thing that we all wanted? When we were kids. Who Work in the movies for nothing? Then I went to go into the film house itself girl with the hotdogs gave me a free.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"We are. We've been we've been quarantined and following the guidelines. None of our sick anymore jen. Jen did come by the way for Audience Jin had covert and she came on the show and was like and I even reached out to general after that. 'cause I thought maybe so but she's brought you had it from talking to her. Well I didn't know if you can get into the cell phone so I was like okay. Are you sure? So you guys are. You're doing what. What are you thinking about here we are we? We are thinking about the next record and what that's going to be like in the very near future and we're just we're so excited to get in the studio where GonNa make a Christmas album and Start making music and making noise as soon as possible. Is that breaking news Christmas album. Is We breaking news here at? That's juicy drama. I wish there was drama here. But like we've made headlines. I wish you were coming on bashing somebody but it's all it's all love okay. Love runaway June has added Natalie stovall in listeners of this show now for many reasons now. I'm so excited for you. Runaway away or Naomi Jen. Whatever I don't even know how to call you guys names now but I'm so excited for you is this is. This is going to be amazing. And Ninety five percent of me is so excited for you guys five percent. You're going to really miss her. I know I know I'm going to miss the crap out of her as A. I'm sorry stealing better for her. Okay you guys. Good luck whenever you guys kind of get out and you. WanNa come performed for the first time on the radio you have come up and you guys can play on the show all right all right there. They are runaway. June here on the bobby bones show by guys. It's time for the good news box. There was a dad he was graduating with his MBA which is a really high degree. Don't even know what stors and business administration. Thanks well Well here's a three year old son but he can't have the graduation because a corona so his family. WanNa to do something awesome to surprise him. So they got a whole thing set up in the front yard and he came out and walked across this stage in his three year. Old Son had a made up a little diploma and gave it to his dad. And it's pretty like whoo Nice My girlfriend just got her. Mba Did she get a stage and everything the biggest year Living Room Vegas. That's right but nobody gets graduations. I guess for those folks and that's why we did. The did the commencement speech they had a bunch of famous people and me do commencement speeches. You can search for that on Iheartradio and because graduating seniors did not get to. Ha- I will say this though mountain high school my high school which my school is. I graduated with sixty kids roughly With the head of outdoor one where they pulled their cars up. Oh cool and my Stepdad sent me a video of all the cars talking that would announced the names over the because there's only like forty or fifty kids you're talking about sixty or seventy cars. Maybe one hundred cars but all pulled into the to the parking lot and they were over the next week or they'll be like Thomson Hog. It was a great school. So the so-called. That's a great story lunchbox. Thank you and that's what it's all about that was telling me something. Good Raimondo our audio producers. That had a story about the calories burned while cleaning your house all the individual things right. Yeah and all these for about twenty minutes whenever you're doing these particular activities in your house getting all. I guess cleaned up since everybody's been just sitting around their houses all right here we go. What Gimme the activity and the calories burned vacuuming. You'RE GONNA burn eighty calories. Okay how you feel about that Phil Pretty Good. I mean how long are we twenty minutes? Twenty minutes Rolling Down Right. Yup Cleaning. The bathroom is a hundred calories. Mopping is also one hundred calories sweeping sixty calories cleaning windows because there's a lot of reaching going down. Low One hundred fifteen calories dusting in general if you double it so dusting. They have it at forty minutes because it takes a little bit longer doing that. So two hundred calories. It almost seems like you'll burn the most doing that and then Scrubbing a sinful dishes and stacking them fifty calories. Dang anything that'd be more. I hate doing dishes this the worst chore and by the by me saying I hate doing. I don't do them put them in the dishwasher. Well probably the dishwasher and then I pushed the button. That's IT and sometimes they come out with stuff to let them do they. Do I take a four to it and then I put it back in there? I hate doing the dishes. I hate the dishes more than I do the laundry. I don't mind the laundry. I hate the dishes. We had a good show today. Morgan number two is standing by to tell us what you on the podcast more. What's going on over there? Well we've finally found out what's going to happen with you and your girlfriend post corona virus. That's true today right. Yeah Jason Alexander was on the show and talked about many of his TV and movie projects. Okay and and then runaway. Jim was on and made a really huge announcement with us. Go anything else. You WanNa you WANNA share. We also did a game where amy had to guess where the country artists went to school. Right there you go also. I updated everyone on my going to the neurologist. That was the thing so you can check that on the podcast to all right. We're done we'll see you on Monday. Have a great show good-bye everybody. Hey Class of twenty twenty. We know things have been kind of out of the ordinary lately. You'RE NOT GONNA get a graduation ceremony. So iheartradio found some people to write. 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"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Amuse is is Kinda fabulous. Yeah it's great. I mean you know. I. There's there's I'm never not cheering for the show. I'm never longevity. We we made it with love and we we worked hard at it and And we're very proud of it so the fact that it keeps performing for people is just a a kind of indication of all that. I'M GONNA get a little advice from you here because I as a performer. I do stand up and I play music. But I've been studying masterclass magic now. Jason. I'm so I'm not good. I work hard. I'm doing it's just an repetition. I'm I'm doing what because you are a magician? What in the world do I need to do to get just okay at it? So when I'm performing at theater complete. Full well bobby tough. That's all right so so. Magic has two components there is there's the technical proficiency of actually technically doing the mechanics of the trick. Well and that's just practice. I mean it's really diligent practice getting front of a mirror or filming yourself and making sure that from every angle that you needed to be clean and perfect. It's right the timing of it is right and a lot of the stuff that I did I would check out with other magicians and they would and they would really offer some pretty great ideas or or at least things to consider but the other part of it that I thought about and I think it's the reason why when I did my act at the Magic Castle. I wound up winning The Magician of the year award for it. It's not that my tricks were so Unusual or spectacular. But I I thought about the presentation a great deal. I thought about the question that That an audience member has is why. Why should I believe in this? Why should I even invest in this? What what is your excuse. Great Magician for being able to do these things. Or what premise. Do you WANNA put it in the problem with most magic is. Magicians think that the illusion itself is enough to get excited about. If you're watching it and what would great performance like? Let's say like David Copperfield. David Copperfield does great grand delusions but would make them so memorable and spectacular is he creates emotional context around it so that you feel something because the trick is happening. It's not just. Oh Wow look at that. That was pretty flashy. Look I took an ace of spades. Put It on top of the deck and now it's the diamonds that's cool but it's not. It's a trick and you go. Oh that was cool but if you if you talk about if you create a context for you know why this the symbol of a diamond was so important to your mother. She never had the diamond. She lost her diamond ring and edited. I and I said mom I can't give you a diamond ring but I can turn things into diamonds anywhere you look at now. You turn over the diamonds now. There's an emotional context to it so I will tell you get really good at the mechanics but then find a story or a reason or a premise. That makes it important for your audience to want to believe in that trick. I'm still in the mechanics part of it but it sounds like you just want me to do the trick nude. That's what you do that. There's an emotional. I do want to ask because excuse me because I was such a fan of both King of Queens and on Seinfeld and and I saw you tweeting about him Jerry Stiller I. He made me laugh out loud in. I don't allow that often when by myself by yourself. It's hard to laugh out loud. But Jerry Stiller were made me laugh out on both of those shows and I know you worked with them and loved them. How funny was he to be around He he he definitely was funny I if he wanted to be I mean if he if he was telling a story a funny tale he knew how to tell that story. There's no question but one of the things that was so lovable about Jerry. Stiller is that he was very unforgiving about anything he he didn't think of himself as a great anything he didn't think of himself as a great man. A great actor. A great comedian. He always more interested in you wanting to know about you. expressing his thrill to be invited to participate in any given thing. He would talk about things he had done. But not with a sense of boast but more with a sense of humor the people I got to work with here with the things I got to see here the things I learned He there was the humility of the guy. You can't be incredibly incredibly humble and on you know in the way that a comic is They just don't go together. So Jerry Stiller would turn off Jerry Stiller in order to become Frank Costanza Arthur spooner and all the other people he he would play because he he was very kind of not not shy that I mean he could talk and talk and talk and talk and talk. There was no problem but but he he was never boastfully. Never sort of stole the spotlight. He was sharing. He was sharing his life with you. In a way that he hoped would be meaningful. So Funny Yeah The minute he the minute he got up on a stage The minute we would step on the set the things that would come out of his mouth the way he would find to navigate these roles. I mean I said it in the little piece in the Times he would kill us. You go watch the bloopers of our show and we are constantly just falling out because he was so unpredictable and so wonderful and unique and he just he he killed us he was just. I wish everybody could have had jerry stiller in their life for a minute because he he was just a guy you would instantly falls in love with. We have two final questions for you. I know amy amy. This is my co host. Amy When we said you were coming on. She was like Oh from pretty woman and so now that was how she identified you. Amy I know you have a question for Mobile July dascomb. Well Yeah So. Don't ask me why but my parents let me see pretty woman at nine years old and it's is one of my favorite movies ever since I don't think I understood. Exactly what what her role was like? I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND. She was a prostitute but Do People ever sure you get the George but do you ever get. Hey Stocky I don't get. Hey stuck I do get a fair amount. Still when the movie first came out Amy It was it was shocking to all this. Is the story. Actually tell when I do my QNA. Show which I'm so thrilled is the one piece of life that people are still booking. I've been doing Online events fundraisers and corporate events and VACs. In fact I won a couple of hours and this almost always comes up as people. WanNa know about pretty woman and When the movie came out the success of it was a surprise to all of us. We had a great time filming it but it was a little bit of Something that was cobbled together by Gary Marshall. As we were doing and he would he would deviate from the script that had a very different fields from the script. And we didn't really know what the movie was going to be. And when it finally came out Everybody's performance was really created in the editing room by Gary Marshall and I realized that my parents have all the variations I gave him was the one that was unbelievably despicable. I I was really still relatively unknown actor. I I was mostly doing commercials and and Broadway and off Broadway and I started walking the streets of New York and women would come up to me with blood in there is going. I hate you I got hit. I got spit at you. Know people were so women in particular. Were so rightfully mad at me for you know being the jerk tried to assault Julia Roberts And I would always say never touched her. It's it's a screen illusion. I never touched her. I swear Fortunately over the years because of I. I'm sure Seinfeld that that image of me as only Know horrible misogynistic Assaulter has dissipated somewhat or medicated. Thank God But yeah it was. It was rough and people do still remember that movie and I. I have heard from people that I saw the movie when they were. You know ten eleven twelve and that's a bit of a youthful indoctrination. But Okay and you know and I and I understand why that movie as you know. Sort of tone deficit is to the realities of what has emerged through the metoo movement and and women finding their voice and speaking up. The movie you know can seem to be A bit wrongheaded. But it was made with really loving intention and the performance of Richard Gere. And especially Julia Roberts are just you you? You cannot not be captivated by that they. They are just so dazzling together and she is so effervescent in winning always but certainly in that role that. It's hard not to love that moving out there. I'M GONNA say this before. Ask You a final question. You're such a good guy giving guy you did zoom as a fundraiser with Julia Louis Dreyfus and raised a bunch of money there your charity Poker Games. I mean you just do a lot when you speak your kind again. You didn't have to come onto the show so before I get to the last question. I just want to say thank you. I'm a big Fan. It's always nice when you meet people that you always were awesome. And they are just as awesome as you always thought they were so I appreciate that nine. Hundred Ninety eight twenty. Two years ago today Seinfeld aired its final episode after the finale aired and all the press comes out versus today how did it feel then as to what people said versus? How does it feel now from that? Show being over. You mean in response to that. The Finale Gel yeah..
"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Story. And he was this earlier in the week and he was at the doctor's office and they were taking blood from him and I thought he was getting corona test on his instagram story or getting antibodies test and then they take the blood and put it in his head for his hair to grow back right reminder yet they help with the crown and they sail start to regrow in a couple months so right in time for the wedding. So you've been doing this for a little bit though right. Yeah it takes some Some Times going. It's not just a one time thing. Have you seen any growth on your head yet? Oh Yeah I already told the there. I said if I hadn't come to y'all probably bald look like I was fifty right now. Probably fifty fifty. Honestly I'd have nothing tob. It's the the blood droplets and no I'm saying like all it doesn't even have to be bald if you're fifty they it's all genetic not age race. Yeah and you just aged yourself. Twenty years are you. I'm thirty four but I just saw are ready. The hair thinning going on and we have the products. They were giving me honestly. I'd be in real trouble. Anyone your family involved. No that's the thing everybody's got their hair my brother since we're twins I guess. Yeah he's losing in the same spot. I am right in the very top so I mean it makes sense but yeah my dad's got a full head it doesn't make sense your Your girlfriend yeah. I was trying to think about because I think being ball comes from both sides really. I mean I've read. I think the old wives is just comes from the MOM's side but I think it comes from both sides all right. Here's we're GonNa end this ray. Oh is that expensive by the way to get your hair done your blood and your hair honestly if you they do payment plans yeah really not bad and if it gives you airman. I got him living my best life right now. O'keefe if you WANNA party you have a house if we don't get a vegas okay the end but no no girl dancers. You have to pay and also better notify the neighbors. We're going be late. Okay Bobby you know. You'RE GONNA WAIT. Ray You know Bobby's going to put a time limit on the park. Nine thirty it's over. It'll go into the wee hours and I can already see because you have. Patty will up top. We can easily jump from there into the no you can't somebody's GonNa die all right with that. We are wrapping the segment. Big Show later on. I kinda reveal my girlfriend and is plans on our future. That's coming up. Also Jason Alexander. Who is George Costanza on? Seinfeld's going to be on the show. That's too fun things but now it's time for fun fact Friday here we go right. They're fun they're facts. That are five of them. Let's get going number five days so emily blunt had a stutter when she was a kid so debilitating that she couldn't hold any conversation. It was cured by acting though in Lee said. Her teacher encouraged her to try acting in her school play and suddenly she was free from the stutter. So's kind of vehicle in Emily. Blunt is married to John Kuczynski. They've played Jim on the office. Who I picked my favourite. Tv TV person friend. Yeah all right here. We go before the color. Orange was named after the fruit so the fruit came before the color. Before the sixteenth century Color Orange was referred to as yellow red a while. They put absolutely no effort in and color before they call the fruit and then decided to name the fruit orange. And then that's why we call it that okay there you go three Ellen. Degeneres was offered to play the role of Phoebe and friends but she turned it. Dow She was actually the producers first choice to play but yeah she want to do it. Well you don't. It worked out for her. But wow what a different world we live in. If that the case also I read the Ellen start into Phil beaten up all the stories about her not being nice that it's been going around so much and you know there's been like four or five big waves of it. It has a hundred ratings at all. But they're starting to feel like man. Everybody's talking about how not nice I am. This is very fine but I did read that here. We go to prior to his death. Robin Williams had a stipulation in his contract that for any movie or event he did. The company hiring him also had to hire a certain number of homeless people and put them to work. Wow that's really great. That is a good one and here we go the last one the most fun one number one number one so Bryan Cranston from breaking bad. He was once a suspect in a murder investigation. Wow so it was during road trip round fun well. This was go ahead so he was doing this trip around America. He picked up odd jobs. One of them was in a restaurant where he hated the head shaft and often used to joke with the staff that he wanted to quote. Kill him well. The chef ended up dead which coincided with Brian. Leaving town but he was on around the America trip and the timeline was super suspicious so he became a suspect but luckily he was able to prove his innocence. I mean that's just crazy. I don't know that's terribly fun but that crazy. Well I mean is interesting too because also with tiger king. It's like know threatening to kill someone even if you're joking could come back to bite you. Dang Dang Dang. Okay well there you have it. That's fun fact. Friday. Close it up fact.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Opponent. I got a couple of segments. We're going to do something. I call the unbelievable news here to start the show. Which by the way the great thing about today is speaking of unbelievable news. Jason Alexander George Costanza from Seinfeld is going to be on the show today also runaway June. They're gonNA come on and actually talk about well. I don't want to break the news but some pretty big happening there. My girlfriends going to be honest about our living situation. Got The dance parties. A lot of unbelievable stuff here but let's do the unbelievable news now that the number one two people Australia met on tinder went on a first date. The guy eight a peanut butter sandwich beforehand. The woman was allergic to peanuts. They kissed she ended up in the emergency room. Oh Wow I couldn't believe it. I kissed on the first date. No but isn't that crazy like that allergic to peanuts. Right unbelievable It's unbelievable thank you. Amy Unbelievable News. A woman WHO's getting backlash after planning to marry her twenty year old stepson. Just a little bit back well. Originally more a thirty five year old social media influence marina bomber Chevra who rose fame country for documenting her weight. Loss adventure is getting a lot of backlash after announcing her upcoming marriage to the twenty year old stepson. She helped raise for ten years. Wow that is unknown. It's not crazy. It's unbelievable wow and then story I was GONNA do yesterday but I forgot. His name's Logan Thirty Acre. He's a youtube star. He's that guy that was bidding all the money on the. Tom Brady auction because they've been doing all in challenge where these celebrities are offering tons of money and all the money goes right to the to the Kobe. Nineteen charities and somebody had been so much money. The Tom Brady auction. People thought it was fake. But this youtuber paid eight hundred thousand dollars for the Tom Brady package. Isn't that crazy? Wow had prepared to go a couple of million if needed to be. He's a longtime football fan. Thirty Acre whose cartoon. Jeffrey is seen by eight point. Six million subscribers on the Super Mario Logan Channel will receive tickets. Tom Brady's buccaneers home. Opener and the Game Worn Jersey Inc cleats and then he'll also have the choice of dinner or a private workout with Tom Brady. And he paid eight hundred thousand dollars for it. Think about that well. It's pretty unbelievable. What would you choose dinner workout? Well I think I would choose. It depends on what the workout was if it was his real workout that he's doing getting ready as our choose the workout. Because that's something you could tell you what Tom Brady. You never do that again. It was just like hey. We're GONNA work out together with Eddie. Edie Manetti doesn't work out but I can workout with Eddie. I would choose to work out if it was like his his quarterback workout. What would you choose your probably do do the workout? Because we'd be doing something and talking at dinner we could sit there and things get awkward but I mean awkward. You know one of the most expensive menu relaxed over there amy. Oh dinner would be more talk though. I would think way more talk. Yeah I know but you could talk and get a professional athlete. Were Cowan say that you did that? I just feel like dinner. He I mean. Let's be real hit. Tom Brady probably the way we do and do that anyways. For eight hundred thousand dollars anyway. That's the unbelievable news wasn't an unbelievable unbelievable. I say good morning to. You did not okay more studio morning. Thank you national graduation. Day Is Sunday congrats to the class of two thousand. Twenty iheartradio's commencement speeches for the class of twenty twenty. Podcasts is out today so bill and Melinda Gates Rita Wilson. Tim Cook the Apple. Ceo John Legend Dj Khallid. I did want coach k. And so there are a lot so check it out. Commencement speeches for the class of twenty twenty. It's new podcast up. A lot of people doing speeches. Here's the game amy. I run through this with your quick. I'll give you the country artist. Tell me where they went to college. Okay Carrie underwood three options here. Oklahoma Baptist University northeastern State University or Langston University Oklahoma Baptist incorrect. She went to northeastern State University. What about Garth Brooks? Do you know this off the top of your head. No Eddie do you. It's one of the two big ones I mean I'm GonNa Guess. Yeah Oh you know. I went to Oklahoma state. Fifty Garth Brooks received his master's degree from Oklahoma State in two thousand eleven. He had previously earned advertising degree from the University of nine hundred. Eighty five also ran tractor. Yeah Tricia Earwood. Did she go to Georgia State Lipscomb or Belmont Georgia? Nope went to Belmont and national steps out now. Yes I knew that. Soon she's a huge Georgia bulldogs fan. But it wasn't even an option on the list though Georgia state not same thing Georgia out. Well How am I supposed to know that one more but you missed it anyway? More George Strait. Did he go to Texas the University of Texas or Texas Tech Texas state? Yeah take state as known as southwestern right Yep in nineteen seventy nine in science degree in agriculture. All right. We're basically the same because you have your degree in agriculture. Although let's talk with our audio producer Raimondo. Good Morning Raimondo morning. How're you doing today? Doing good I was thinking about jazz all the story about at Home Bachelor parties which I know yours is coming up in July in Vegas and you still think that we're going right. Oh Yeah for sure. We got months until then. Well they get to to is. I guess you're right. We have them months. If Vegas doesn't work out would you be into an at home Bachelor Party? Let me tell you more. So let's say we did a Vegas when in your apartment or even my house with like a roulette table cards. There's alcohol obviously pizza. What do you think about that? I honestly think that would be the next best thing we get some no no no. They'll be no somewhat Jamie lady emails Lady's written and listen in my house. That will not happen if we do it here. Though you got glass. Staircase about Raimondo. Would you really want that though? That would be something. We would look back on in five years and laugh our butts off at how funny that night was. Yes that would be greatness. I wouldn't you do have that fireman's pole I had don't listeners. Don't listen to Eddie. Don't listen to Raymundo. They have some kind of exotic palace. And you've got a pool. I mean Jeez. Listen Raymundo if you wanted to have it at my house and we didn't go to Vegas. I will be up for it but there could be no girls. Would you still be Eddie would you? What would your wife says girls here do? That'd be terrible your house. Yeah and I wouldn't be able to have it so there's no way no girls. Do you still want to have it Raimondo? Yeah your pad. That'd be pretty sweet especially during the summer with the pool. I mean it will be out there throwing the football. You got some lights. Can You light up? That patio up top. Because we're going to be out all night. Wait so you still wanna go and like be all being the poor altogether if there are no none of our girls like that seems weird to me a bunch of dudes just chilling in the pool. That's why I'm asking. How well is it lit? There's all kinds of stuff we can do the poor guys time. I don't think we have a bunch of guys just wrestle. You Really Want Ray. You know what that's want. Ray will have all guys in the pool. You guys ever played pool games like volleyball now. You know all right Raimondo. If Vegas in July doesn't work out I am extending. We can do it at my house with no girls meaning no higher girls if we wanted to have our our women's come on you can't know. Raymond I would allow that even for like a portion of it up to you. Okay Yeah they come. They leave once we know. Hey your party Raimondo. Your roles He's going to put us all in the pool bones. What do you mean party? He's like all right girls. You're all leaving guys on the poll. More like weight off. No I was watching Raimondo's instagram.
Jerry Stiller, comedian and 'Seinfeld' actor, dies at 92
"Hour actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has passed away at the age of ninety two Stephanie Eelam looks back Jerry Stiller's acting was anything but serene best known as George Costanza's dad Frank on Seinfeld millions of people also knew him as Arthur Spooner on the TV series the king of queens no delivery people got their phone out so so you're
"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Well starting the news this way for the second day in a row but Definitely would be remiss if we didn't veteran comic actor Jerry Stiller not younger generations of course as Ben Stiller's father and of course George Castanza's father on Seinfeld has died. Natural Causes US ninety two years old born in one thousand nine hundred seven in New York Mary to end of like I said father to Ben Stiller He was not just known for being Frank Costanza but he was also Arthur spooner on King of Queens. You might remember that as over eighty film and Television appearances it And Mira died in twenty fifteen and stiller is survived by Children Ben and Amy and two grandchildren. Well it's sad but refreshing to hear a dude outlasting the wife on occasion. Chalk that up as a victory fellas. That's a w what is what he said. Born in twenty three. Did you say born in seven? Twenty seven Sir. How much has that guy seen? I mean the guy was born not too far after World War One. I mean that the cars I mean half half the cars he saw were horses when he was three right. I mean that's amazing to think about my grandma's ninety four and just thinking about everything she's experienced and like now having to deal with the corona virus like staying home alone. It's just it's such a weird art to life all things you like one hundred years. How old's your grandfather? My grandfather passed away for our even. Yeah Jerry Stiller was the funniest ever there. I saw some laborers from Seinfeld on twitter. That were hilarious. That people should go look those up. He's like he's just the funniest guys. Such an amazing actor. What amazing life and then how much better is it when your son can have that much excess in you can be around for most all of it like. That's that's amazing. Human family has that much actual talents. Like it's not just like Ben. Stiller is hilarious. He had amazing parents who are so talented. You got to watch as he grew up and then he became amazing star. That is amazing to witness that I Talked to Ben Stiller at Jimmy. Kimmel's house wants a number of years ago and I remember this story of when I used to work installing closets. I installed the closet into a woman's house who lived into Panga who I sort of knew and she knew I was into comedy and she pulled out that bowling color money. Ben Stiller parody than I believe we've seen before or we've it before Lauren probably may not have seen it but I don't think so one of the first things Ben Stiller did was a kind of bootleg send up of Tom Cruise in color of money but for with wing so he was Tom Cruise Bowling Hustler and he must have done that. Max Pat I mean that must have been nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine or or somewhere in that era. Eighty seven eighty eight. I was working for always better. Closets and seven eighty seven so he wasn't known but this person had it on. Vhs CASSATT popped it in. It was like you like comedy. You'RE GONNA laugh at this. And then when I was talking to Ben Stiller and I don't know two thousand fifteen at Kimmel's house was like hey man I saw that video and it was fantastic but have you done anything since then laughing. Can you find it on? Vhs Is like the original like showing your phone and you gotTa Watch this bail thousand someone just put on a phone tape for you on TV. But we still things were still bootleg. I mean look at the Jerky boys you know what I mean like people were my roommates. Had Ralph had like Jerky boy cassettes like? Where did he get them? How did we? How did that work? You have is more fun when you don't know where it came from. I you're so exciting. Fulfil solicit will the the part that we used to have to engage in this sort of forced four. Play like you had to go all right. I'm GonNa send away for these tapes and I'M GONNA wait by the mailbox and I mean when came two weeks later it was a big deal. Now get annoyed your phone because you have bad. Perception come on. Where's that video? I asked for fifty five seconds ago. An Chris Stugotz. This phone sucks. We have we'll have it. Play it for you again. You GotTa think color money and cruise when he plant from eighty seven so it's cheating twenty years ago. Fast Eddie Felson. Thought he'd hustled his last gained then the kid and now he's back. Newman crews on Mahoney Martin. Scorsese's the hustler money. What can I tell you the fish? Now get salad dressing gourmet. Stop Spotty positive..
New York - Jerry Stiller, Comedian And ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies At 92
"Veteran comic actor Jerry Stiller not younger generations of course as Ben Stiller's father and of course George Castanza's father on Seinfeld has died. Natural Causes US ninety two years old born in one thousand nine hundred seven in New York Mary to end of like I said father to Ben Stiller He was not just known for being Frank Costanza but he was also Arthur spooner on King of Queens. You might remember that as over eighty film and Television appearances it And Mira died in twenty fifteen and stiller is survived by Children Ben and Amy and two grandchildren.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That way Jerry Stiller died well yeah that and then also but I mean he's a degree he really did he lived a great happy life ninety two my god it was a really full lovely wonderful for real he had that he had love in his life he was married for ever and many had great kids you know everybody's I feel like he had a good life this is what it's all about right but this is not the time to be taking our heroes from us well I don't I mean I hear you but I mean he was old rob a minute it's not like it's not like he was fifty years old you know he he was ninety two and ninety two was a long this we all aspire to live to be ninety two right he was only on his forty second anniversary of his fiftieth birthday are you upset about Little Richard to I died honestly I didn't know as of this weekend and I thought maybe I and it was a shock I look at that little Richard was eighty seven he lived a good life he also that's younger than Jerry Stiller Little Richard lived a hard life you know I mean like he lived a lie and so eighty seven was I was shocked by that it was really ninety two and Jerry Stiller years no it was like a hundred and probably a hundred and maybe twenty Stiller did some stuff and pump some checks in his day I think so many in this twenties and then he stopped that because he got married I think you got married young lady and very young and then they had some babies and he lived a pretty clean life personally he was a catch tractive good looking really really thank you is a catch I don't his hands were I don't know you an explanation one of my favorite for instance the clips yes okay.
Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes, Ben Stiller says
"And yeah we gotta start with veteran actor and comedian Jerry Stiller of being remembered for his a long career in television and the movies Broadway his son Ben Stiller did confirm his father's death at the age of ninety two early this morning on Twitter after very long career performing in comedy routines with his wife and mera a Stiller became known for his role on Seinfeld as Frank Costanza and as Leah Remini's father on king of
"jerry stiller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"It as soon as miss Lauren hill stops Miseducation Jerry Stiller and under the mistletoe as they take a peek into seven sack of HBO December Friday in this great video robberies in price something arctic and pick well you're not even listening to me it's like your mind is somewhere in outer space sorry Gladys this is December nineteen eighty and Jerry Stiller looks old AF that is where now people are just old forever gatt like they've always been old yeah George burns never a young man yeah I'm trying to think who else is like that there are a lot of people that have just been old forever yeah Mr Feeny from boy meets world sadly died as well he's been old forever yep and Jerry Stiller dead now old forever so we took this game seeing as you're still are you know died at all and we're calling this game Stiller oh man hold out I texted it to you John stand by do you remember the the yeah it was starring Stiller or movie about a killer yeah you so in other words I'm gonna give you a more interesting thank you Brian I'm gonna give you a movie and you'll tell me if it is starting a Stiller or if it is a movie about a killer you're whipping got it on with it okay good and if you get three in a row of course that's a take the tack in the demo and then Johnson will sing a song to you she said he got one wrong boom you are out of here here we go your first your first movie is going to be god bless America killer or Stiller stellar sorry my good man black comedy god bless America follows Frank a depressed middle aged man with an ex wife in a bratty daughter who fantasizes about killing the idiots he's surrounded by at home work and it is day to day life yeah man well you know what I was born in nineteen ninety two as I didn't have high hopes for this one but Hey I still play it that's right better to have competed and lost than never to have competed at all procedure call seven two seven five seven nine one two five about a black comedy in this case means dark comedy it doesn't mean like a the windows barbershop movies I think right do not live alone who are you Josh Hey Josh how's your day pal older brother good here to play our game killer or Stiller yes Sir how about we start you off with teacher's pet it your spot is a dog who can talk and read posing as a human he speaks into school with his master lettered and educational adventures ensue indeed starring a stellar sounds like Ben would have been in that one but it might've been Jeri secrets of the Andes killer or similar what the store is right now man this guy Diana and her mother Brenda travel from their home in New York City to Argentina once there they will seek out Diana's dad who's an archaeologist looking for a legendary cash a of gold I was very Jerry Stiller namanya your next film will be Mr Brooks killer or Stiller your is a killer yeah the two thousands were strangely flashy time for films and Mister Brooks is a perfect example of the star power and insane premise sees that the era offered starring Kevin Costner demi Moore and Dane cook in the non comedy the film follows a serial killer when a young man who longs to be involved in the world of of mass murder congradulations what what's wrong John I mean it's just can I anticlimactic Regis is faster than I but you know it's not yeah this guy yes just that good you're you're that good you ruin our game thanks who would you like to who would you like to serenade you with a little intangible price today my good man you today what what what may I what may I favor U. S. you need your started rather dealer's choice yes more on what people got after that yeah I've been a favorite song yeah like what what what type of music do you like I don't know anything about you I don't like what you think or what about a a TV show theme what about the edit anything from St yeah this is something I get behind this is something I can get behind I'm actually jealous wow and since they not creed yeah I know you saying it has got stuck all right the only thing song I really know I don't know much trouble too well so I'll give you it's been awhile please I want to see speakers out there Lewis all races and stuff and in a statement it makes on a Monday can some state minivan wrong like I realize that walks the line of dirt rock but I have to say it's been a while it's a minivan rocker I don't disagree with that it is good that all.
"jerry stiller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dead at the age of ninety two are you most people gonna say Seinfeld right king of queens that's Jerry Stiller Jerry Stiller was an icon of of Stajan Tommy Hammond and his late wife and mera that comedy team add a huge career father of Ben Stiller just a giants career Tony Katz Tony cats today eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine I'm not coronavirus natural causes as I described and then Little Richard Little Richard don at the age of eighty nine passing away over the weekend and that's the story of rock and roll baby that's the story of rock and roll via the devil may care attitude to the flamboyance the lets go crush the thing the story fights with Jerry Lee Lewis there are some crazy stories about those two about a member of the original class of the rock and roll hall of fame you know just okay a great story an absolutely fantastic story of him and his life Steve Mnuchin he's been talking he's been doing the circuit let you know payroll tax cut common or obviously pushing.
Jerry Stiller dies of natural causes at 92
"Legendary funnyman Jerry Stiller has died his son actor Ben Stiller tweeted this morning that his father had passed away from natural causes at the age of ninety two while his career spanned many decades Jerry Stiller may be best known for playing Frank Costanza on Seinfeld Jerry Stiller first became famous doing comedy routines with his wife and Mira she was tall and Irish Catholic he was shortened Jewish they played up their differences for laughs how
"jerry stiller" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And Walworth counties otherwise today partly to mostly cloudy slight chance always showing a high of fifty clear tonight frost could return especially away from the lake thirty six year low downtown thirty out west sunny tomorrow and Wednesday highs in the upper fifties Thursday showers thunderstorms likely up to sixty seven Friday sunshine and seventy away from the lake Waukee shot thirty seven Milwaukee thirty eight at W. T. M. it's one thing to have a career in showbiz it's another to last for generations Jerry Stiller was one of those folks who died at the age of ninety two over the weekend his son Ben Stiller no slouch in the industry himself announcing the news via Twitter saying that instead passed from natural causes where do you start with Jerry Stiller's career how bout with his wife of sixty two years it is side and Mira they were a fixture on the old ed Sullivan show back in the sixties thirty six appearances there alone on Sunday nights the also appeared on a bunch of other variety shows in that era in real life and comes out and goes home just like some of the women here the orangey shop she cleans I think that's an obscenity the clean anybody you he's got to do it it's something growing underneath my cabinets what it is but I bet it three on the sitcom roles that brought a new younger fans George Costanza's dad on Seinfeld it was one of this is also carries dead in the king of queens he also had a shot is cylinders manager in the film directed by his side swipe they would do a dozen or so companies together father and son including.
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"Sixty six plaques recruited girls can't do what the guys do tonight is the night no pain no gain and that one clean up woman she was nominated for six Grammys he won one in nineteen seventy six and recently collaborated with DJ Khaled big Sean Kendrick Lamar on a song called holy key Roy horn one half of the well known animal training and magic do AU Siegfried and Roy died at seventy five complications of Kobe in nineteen less than two weeks after he revealed he had tested positive for coronavirus born in Germany or had a lifelong love of animals and built quite a legacy performing alongside Siegfried before retiring in two thousand ten that was after horn was attacked by one of their animals in two thousand three they say there will be a public memorial in the future Jerry Stiller Ben's Daddy all American comedian actor author yeah many years in the comedy team Stiller and mera with his wife and mera later playing George Costanza's father on Seinfeld passed away at the age of ninety two I'll take ninety two you're giving yeah and we've all heard and know if there's a rock and roll have and they got a hell of a band Richard Wayne Penniman known as Little Richard passed.
Jerry Stiller, veteran comic and Ben's father, has died at 92
"Or Jerry Stiller a classically trained actor who became a comedy star twice has died at the age of ninety two dollars death was confirmed this morning by his son actor Ben Stiller to tweet who said his father died of natural causes Mr still as accomplishments as an actor were considerable recently he was best known as George Costanza's father on Seinfeld my George isn't clever enough to hatch a scheme like this you got that right the hell does that mean
"jerry stiller" Discussed on KCRW
"This remembrance Jerry Stiller is probably best known for playing George Costanza's angry father on the show Seinfeld thank god they gave me a relaxation cassette my blood pressure gets too high man on the tape tells me to say born in nineteen twenty seven Stiller grew up in Brooklyn and on Manhattan's Lower East Side at eighteen he left for Europe to fight in World War two after returning to the US he studied drama and look for acting work his big break came when he met his wife Anne Meara in nineteen fifty three and they became a popular comedy team Stiller and mera they had two children who are also in show biz Amy and Ben Stiller for NPR news I'm Alex Cullen three senior members of president trump's health advisory team art self quarantining they say they were exposed to an administration staffer has been infected with the coronavirus they include Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn and CDC director Dr Robert Redfield and bears more licenses none has tested positive for the virus even the White House can't keep people safe and it raises the question how can people who are being asked to go back to work to go out to restaurants to eat and shop how can they be confident if they don't have the same resources as the White House the other question it raises is why isn't everyone or a lot of other people at the White House self quarantining if these officials are in peers Mar Eliason Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr wants an investigation into the death of an unarmed black jogger in February as Georgia public broadcasting's Emily Jones reports he has asked the US department of justice to step in it took three district attorneys and more than two months before two men were arrested for shooting and killing Ahmad armory even though police knew from the beginning who shot him one of the suspects worked in the local district attorney's office leading that DNA to recuse herself from the case the second DA assigned to the case also removed himself at the request of arborists family because of ties to the first DA's office but Attorney General Chris Carr says that D. A. also failed to disclose several important facts including that he advised police on the case before the state asked him to take over and that when he removed himself he advised police not to make any arrests the Georgia bureau of investigation got involved last week and arrested the suspects within two days the agency says the investigation is still open for NPR news I'm Emily Jones in Savannah you're listening to NPR news automaker Toyota is restarting production at its north American plants after shutting them down because of the pandemic as NPR's Camila domonoske reports the car industry is gradually reopening more than two dozen auto workers have died of covert nineteen automakers say new safety protocols will reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus Sean Suggs is the president of Toyota Mississippi a plant that makes corollas he says workers can stay six feet apart in three quarters of his plan and there will be other safety measures to one hundred percent temperature checks when they entered the facility one hundred percent face coverings for General Motors and fiat Chrysler planned to reopen it next week the union representing workers at the big three has called for more widespread corona virus testing as plants reopen Camilla domonoske NPR news officials with the Navajo Nation say nearly one hundred people have died on tribal land of covert nineteen nearly three thousand people have been infected with the coronavirus the Navajo Nation covers parts of four western states tribal officials are completing another weekend locked down to try to decrease the spread of the virus Iran's navy says nineteen sailors were killed Sunday in a friendly fire incident their naval support ship was hit by a missile fired from another are running in vessel during naval exercises in the Gulf of Oman at least fifteen other sailors are reported to be wounded the support vessel was reportedly setting out targets as part of the exercise but wasn't finished when it was hit the incident comes as tension remains elevated between the Iran and the U. S. this is NPR support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org and listeners like you who donates to this NPR station coming up on morning edition.
Jerry Stiller, Comedian With Enduring Appeal, Is Dead at 92
"Comedian Jerry Stiller has died at the age of ninety two of natural causes according to his son Ben Ben Stiller Stiller also also an an actor actor and and comedian comedian Jerry Jerry Stiller Stiller began began his his career career opposite opposite his his comedian comedian wife wife the the late late and and Mirek Mirek in in the the nineteen nineteen fifties fifties among among other other accomplishments accomplishments still became an icon on the TV show Seinfeld as the high strung Frank