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‘Seinfeld’ Bloopers: Jerry Stiller Had Jason Alexander Rolling on the Floor

As much as Seinfeld is beloved for its main cast of characters, the show also relied heavily on a large supporting cast. This included George Costanza’s (Jason Alexander) father, Frank Costanza, played by Jerry Stiller. The comedian is remembered fondly for the rage-filled, crotchety role he played on the show — showing just how short George’s fall from the tree was. However, Jerry Stiller also caused one of the biggest Seinfeld bloopers in history — he even had Jason Alexander rolling on the floor.
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‘King of Queens’: Carrie’s Dad Was Played By Another Actor Before Jerry Stiller

Jerry Stiller has not one, but two iconic roles he’s known for on two successful TV shows. His first one was on Seinfeld, but he’d later star on King of Queens as well. But did you know that Stiller’s role on King of Queens was played by someone else first? Here’s the story of Stiller’s career, his role on King of Queens, and who played it before he did.
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‘King of Queens’ cast reunites to honor the late Jerry Stiller

The Queens gang is back again. Over the weekend, the cast of “The King of Queens” remembered the spunky TV father and comedy legend Jerry Stiller at a virtual reunion. Kevin James and Leah Remini, who played a married couple on the sitcom, and other members of the show reunited for a table read of an episode in season five in honor of Stiller, who passed away at 92 in May of 2020.
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‘King of Queens’ cast reunites to honor late comedy legend Jerry Stiller

The cast of “The King of Queens” remembered the beloved TV dad and comedy legend Jerry Stiller at a virtual reunion. Stars Kevin James and Leah Remini, who played a married couple on the sitcom, along with other cast members reunited for a table read of a classic episode in season five in honor of Stiller, who passed away in May at age 92.
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Watch The King of Queens reunion honoring Jerry Stiller

Arthur might have been a thorn in Doug's side, but The King of Queens cast is still going to celebrate him. Or at least the man who brought him to life. Watch the video below featuring a special cast reunion of the beloved sitcom, all in tribute to the late Jerry Stiller, who had a lasting impact on the show as ornery Arthur. In the special, the cast gathers to read a classic episode of The King of Queens and celebrate the life of Stiller, who died in 2020.
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The King Of Queens Cast To Reunite To Pay Tribute To Jerry Stiller

Another online cast reunion has been confirmed as Sony Pictures Television announced today that the cast of the hit sitcom The King of Queens will return for a charity table read next week. According to Entertainment Weekly, the cast will assemble to read an episode of the series together in honor of the late Jerry Stiller who played Arthur Spooner in the series. Series creator and executive producer Michael J. Weithorn will direct the special and moderate the fan Q&A after the reading. The event will be done to raise money for Henry Street Settlement, "a social services, health care, and arts organization that serves the Lower East Side and all of New York City" described as "a cause near and dear to Stiller's heart."
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Ben Stiller Joins The King of Queens Virtual Table Read to Honor Late Dad Jerry Stiller

Ben Stiller will read his late father's lines in an upcoming virtual reunion for The King of Queens to benefit a New York charity. The King of Queens cast will reunite for a virtual table read in honor of Jerry Stiller, and the late actor's son Ben Stiller will be stepping in to perform his father's lines. Hosted by Sony Pictures Television, the special charity event has been put together to raise money and awareness for New York City health care and arts organization Henry Street Settlement. Jerry, who played Arthur Sooner on the popular comedy series, passed away from natural causes last year at the age of 92.