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  Ben Stiller Picture, Profile, Gossip, and News at CelebrityWonder.com
Stiller and Tom Cruise are to play the leads in THE HARDY MEN, a film inspired by the popular Hardy Boys novels.
Comedian Ben Stiller is back for second MADAGASCAR -- Ben Stiller, Chris Rock and Jada Pinkett Smith are to reprise their voice roles as Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra and Gloria the Hippo in a sequel to the hit animated movie MADAGASCAR.
Stiller may depend on his fans to watch his movies but he never replies to the mail they send him — The actor has assigned someone else to take care of his fan mail, in the fear he might become the victim of a stalker.
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  Ben Stiller, Ben Stiller wife, Ben Stiller "Dodgeball," Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor
Ben's career is far from over, but it will be interesting to see how his comedy evolves while he matures as an artist.
Ben has been a notable face in film for quite a while, appearing in cameos like "Happy Gilmore" for friends and front-running his own projects, but his latest films have also included directorial duties and more dramatic roles.
Ben can currrently be seen in the new fantasy comedy, "Night at the Museum," and will be appearing in three new films before the end of 2008: the sequel to the animated hit "Madagascar," the Farrelly Brothers' latest "The Heartbreak Kid," and the dark comedy, "The Mirror."
www.bullz-eye.com /entertainers/ben_stiller.htm   (669 words)

  
  Ben Stiller
Ben Stiller had many connections and many appeared on his show such as Roseanne, Garry Shandling and Sarah Jessica Parker, David Cassidy, Adam West and James Doohan.
Ben decided to prose a directing opportunity and was brought a project starring a major comedic actor.
The year of 2004 was huge for Stiller because not only did Along Came Polly do excellent in the industry but in the same year Starsky and Hutch was released which was set in the 1970s and was a tale of two police detective partners who are always out in the rough cases.
www.csus.edu /engl/movie/Ben_Stiller.htm   (1304 words)

  
  Ben Stiller - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Benjamin Edward Stiller (born November 30, 1965 in New York City) is an Emmy-winning American comedian, actor, and film director, the son of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, both of whom are veteran comedians and actors themselves.
Stiller was born in in New York City and grew up in Manhattan, the second child of his famous comedy parents, who frequently took him on the sets of their appearances.
Stiller also appears in Tenacious D's video "Tribute", in which he merely walks across the shot in the mall during the climax of the song.
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 The Ben Stiller Show - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ben Stiller Show was a sketch comedy television show that aired on Fox from September 1992 to January 1993.
Stiller's Wheel of Filler: Sketch wherein the premise of a short piece is determined by the random turning of a big wheel.
U2: Various sketches use Stiller's Bono impression, including a U2 rockumentary about their supposed partnership with former manager Ruben Kinkaid (Dave Madden) from the Partridge Family, U2 playing a bar mitzvah, and a parody of U2's bombastic ZOOTV tour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Ben_Stiller_Show   (722 words)

  
 Ben Stiller
Ben Stiller grew up in the family business and the quirky comic actor has taken his family's legendary showbiz legacy to new levels.
From the moment Ben Stiller was born on November 30, 1965, in Manhattan, it appears that his destiny was decided.
Ben Stiller is always full of surprises, whether it's displaying his comic antics or creating a new and goofy character in a movie.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/Stiller.html   (2109 words)

  
 Ben Stiller Biography, Pictures, News Headlines, Links
Ben Stiller (‘Reuben’) and Jennifer Aniston (‘Polly’) play the two opposites who are attracted to one another in the romantic comedy, “Along Came Polly,” directed by John Hamburg (“Safe Men”).
Ben Stiller and writer/director John Hamburg had previously teamed up on “Zoolander” and “Meet the Parents.” Hamburg wrote those scripts without a specific actor in mind, but admits he did think of his friend Stiller when it came to the character of Reuben.
Ben Stiller’s tongue was firmly planted in his cheek while answering questions at the World Premiere of “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.” Maybe that’s because Stiller’s been in so many films recently, the red carpet must feel like a second home to him right now.
www.mytelevision.com /movie_stars/ben_stiller.html   (6518 words)

  
 The Ben Stiller Show DVD Review - MovieWeb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stiller is at his best in "Legends of Springsteen," which extrapolates on the singer's peculiar habit of appearing in random bars for impromptu concerts.
Stiller does yet another installment of both "The Pig Latin Lover" and "America's Most Suspicious." The most notable turn taken by this episode is Andy Dick's run mocking Sandra Bernhard as she goes through a casting call for Beethoven.
Stiller pipes in with another spot-on movie spoof of A Few Good Men called "A Few Good Scouts." There's another poke at Cops, and another "Ben Stiller's Music News." This is one of the more solid episodes, and the one that got the Best Writing for a Comedy Series Emmy.
movieweb.com /dvd/reviews/review.php?upc=085392425723&id=244   (2297 words)

  
 AskMen.com - Ben Stiller pics
A short film shot by Stiller parodying the Scorsese film The Color of Money, with Mahoney as the Paul Newman character and Stiller as Tom Cruise, was a monster hit with the cast and was handed to a producer on Saturday Night Live.
Stiller was given the opportunity to be a member of the cast as a result and although the union lasted one season, it thrust him into a national spotlight.
The result, The Ben Stiller Show, was not picked up by the cable network but found a home with FOX in 1992.
www.askmen.com /men/entertainment_60/72c_ben_stiller.html   (790 words)

  
 Reel.com: Ben Stiller
That is exactly what Stiller was hoping when he set out to turn Derek Zoolander, a dim-witted male model, into the hero of a feature-length film.
Stiller's Zoolander has already appeared in two short films as well as on the VH1 Fashion Awards, but fitting the character into a full-length movie had the actor working behind the camera too, as both a director and writer.
I guess he had seen a sketch I had done on the Ben Stiller Show in 1993 that was a take-off on one of those Beverly Hills 90210 stud guys.
www.reel.com /reel.asp?node=features/interviews/stiller   (2895 words)

  
 SacTicket // Movies // Ben Stiller
Stiller grew up on TV sets while watching his still happily married parents Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller (George Costanza's father on "Seinfeld") make their livings.
Young Ben spent much of his childhood watching the greats make films and TV shows -- he hints that his contact with Steven Spielberg (during 10 weeks on the set of "Empire of the Sun") helped shape his understanding of film.
Stiller moved on to star in three movies in 1998 alone, including the immensely popular romantic comedy (or, rather, comedic romance) "There's Something About Mary." His starring role in the romp through raunchiness didn't do much for Stiller's intellectual prowess, but it sure made him a public figure.
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 AskMen.com - Ben Stiller
Stiller shot to major stardom with his performances in the hit films There's Something About Mary and Meet the Parents.
Ben Stiller is the type of celebrity the common man can relate to.
Born in 1965 in New York City to comedic performers Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Ben Stiller was destined for a career in entertainment.
www.askmen.com /men/entertainment_60/72_ben_stiller.html   (460 words)

  
 Cranky Critic® StarTalk: Ben Stiller and Paul Reubens
Ben Stiller, son of comediens Jerry Stiller and Anne Mearer.
Ben Stiller: It was one of those things where I didn't immediately jump.
Ben Stiller: And I think everybody in the cast was impressed.
www.crankycritic.com /qa/stillerreubens.html   (1181 words)

  
 Ben Stiller Biography - Biography.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stiller and his cowriters did win an Emmy for outstanding writing in a variety or music program in 1993, after the show had already been canceled.
Stiller's next project was directing and acting in Reality Bites, a film about twentysomethings and their relationships and issues.
Stiller was to follow that project by directing A Simple Plan, but six weeks into production he had a falling out with Savoy Pictures over budget issues and abandoned the picture.
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 The Ben Stiller Picture Pages
Off screen, Ben Stiller was listed as the 78th of Premiere's annual Power 100 List in 2003, ranked number 68 in 2002 and number 80 in 2001.
His father is Jerry Stiller, an actor and a comedian (born on June 8, 1927), and his mother is Anne Meara, an actress and screenwriter (born on September 20, 1929).
Ben Stiller turned heads again with his comedic skill when he was cast as Gaylord 'Greg' Focker in the blockbuster hit Meet the Parents (2000).
www.superiorpics.com /ben_stiller   (1558 words)

  
 Ben Stiller Biography
Amy and Ben were not kept away from their parents' work and quickly took to entertaining themselves and others with little plays, performing songs from Jesus Christ Superstar, Ben borrowing Amy's tights for their attempts at Shakespeare.
Ben had hoped to make more short movies for the show but was turned down (Michaels had a hierarchy to consider) and left after only five shows.
This was a real oddity where Ben and Drew Barrymore played a young yuppie couple who relocate to Brooklyn and find themselves tortured by a free-spirited old lady neighbour with a loud TV and a brass ensemble, eventually being driven to thoughts of murder.
www.tiscali.co.uk /entertainment/film/biographies/ben_stiller_biog.html   (5618 words)

  
 CanMag- Ben Stiller News, Pics, Stills, Info
Based off of comedic sketches Stiller did for VH1, he was able to get Owen Wilson to join up as the two idiot models try to uncover what is behind the entire modeling industry.
Stiller, being a family man, brings his father, Jerry Stiller, to the cast of Zoolander as the character Maury Ballstein.
However, Ben Stiller had a bumpy ride in early 2004 with four films, none of which were anything memorable.
www.canmag.com /fanpages/21/Ben_Stiller   (508 words)

  
 Ben Stiller @ Filmbug
Ben Stiller, one of today's most sought-after comedy stars, has also enjoyed success behind the camera as a director, writer and producer.
Stiller is currently on screens nationwide starring as Starsky, partnered with Owen Wilson's Hutch, in Starsky & Hutch, which brings the famed detective duo of the 1970s to the big screen.
Stiller's other recent acting credits include Wes Anderson's The Royal Tenenbaums, as part of an all-star ensemble cast that also included Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Anjelica Huston, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson; There's Something About Mary, opposite Cameron Diaz; and Keeping the Faith, with Edward Norton and Jenna Elfman, which marked Norton's directorial debut.
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 Ben Stiller should star in every movie.
Each of his characters is unique, displaying the full gamut of emotions on the spectrum (of emotions), ranging from: extremely quirky and neurotic to somewhat quirky and neurotic.
Ben Stiller should be cloned so that we can have more of his movies released in theaters simultaneously.
It would start out with Ben Stiller trying to revive some obscure children's ball game in order to impress his highschool sweetheart, only to learn that she has psychotic ex-CIA parents who hit it big when they discover a formula that makes shitty movies disappear.
www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net /c.cgi?u=ben_stiller_should_star_in_every_movie   (152 words)

  
 Interview: Ben Stiller, Dick Van Dyke for "Night at the Museum"
Ben Stiller: He kept on doing this hilarious improv, where he would do the Teddy Roosevelt in old newsreel footage, where it'd just be the fast motion and his voice coming in and out.
Ben Stiller: Ricky Gervais is really, you know, he's so much fun to work with in that way, because...
Ben Stiller: And then he would take that toothpick and put it in a club sandwich and eat it after the scene.
www.darkhorizons.com /news06/nightm.php   (2039 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: The Ben Stiller Show (Special 2-Disc Set): DVD: John Fortenberry,Troy Miller,Andy Dick,Janeane Garofalo,John ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In addition to the cast's uncanny impersonations (Stiller's Bono, Tom Cruise, Bruce Springsteen, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Bruce Willis, and Garofalo's Juliette Lewis), The Ben Stiller Show was home to a gallery of recurring characters--agent Michael Pheret, the No, No, No Guy--who, thankfully, SNL producer Lorne Michaels was not around to parlay into godawful films.
The bottom line is that Stiller is massive and the rest of the talent associated with this show are not.
I believe that Stiller is so big primarily because the universe is a very unfair and cold place that rewards plastic simplicity and moronic narcissism over talent and quality.
www.amazon.ca /Stiller-Show-Special-2-Disc-Set/dp/B00008PHCU   (1808 words)

  
 Ben Stiller on Digital Hit's Celebrity Row. Biography, news and information
Ben was born in New York on November 30, 1965.
With acting and directorial kudos under his belt, Stiller's next hurdle was mainstream notice and the 1998 summer hit There's Something About Mary, co-starring Cameron Diaz, took care of that.
In 2000, Ben appeared as a rabbi in the romantic comedy Keeping the Faith, which co-starred Jenna Elfman and Edward Norton.
www.digitalhit.com /cr/benstiller   (644 words)

  
 IGN: An Interview with Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore
Ben Stiller does have a style and, like his characters, it's apparent he's an entirely likeable guy.
We concede the microphone to the Duplex duo...
STILLER: Yeah, though Drew is not a professional stuntwoman.
filmforce.ign.com /articles/451/451362p1.html   (1016 words)

  
 Ben Stiller - DodgeBall
It was Stiller's sense of awkwardness that may have led him, on a subconscious level, to the world of comedy.
Stiller laughingly admits that she wasn't as repulsed by his character as he thought she may have been.
Stiller is still at work on Meet the Fockers, in which Oscar-winning legends Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman play his parents to DeNiro's somewhat scary in-law.
www.girl.com.au /ben_stiller_dodgeball_pf.htm   (1220 words)

  
 Ben Stiller Returns To Roots In New Movie, 'Night At The Museum' Brings Actor Back To His Manhattan Roots - CBS News
It was an interesting role for Stiller because he used to visit the museum as a kid.
Stiller said his children influenced him to do "Night at the Museum" because it is a movie that parents and kids can enjoy together.
Ben Stiller, star of the movie "Night at the Museum," grew up down the street from the Museum of Natural History in New York.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2006/12/21/earlyshow/leisure/celebspot/main2289514.shtml   (813 words)

  
 Inside the Actors Studio: Ben Stiller's Bio is Available Online - Official Bravo TV Site
Ben Stiller was the second child of comics Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
When Stiller was just ten years old he made his professional acting debut in guest appearance on the TV show Kate McShane, which starred his mother.
During the show's run, Stiller shot a short “mockumentary” with fellow Blue Leaves cast member John Mahoney (now better known as Martin on the NBC sitcom hit Fraiser) It was a parody of the Paul Newman/Tom Cruise film The Color of Money, and Saturday Night Live eventually aired it in 1987.
www.bravotv.com /Inside_the_Actors_Studio/guests/Ben_Stiller.shtml   (415 words)

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