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Seinfeld Cast Pays Tribute To Jerry Stiller

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Yesterday, we received news that Jerry Stiller passed away at the age of 92. He was a celebrated comedian, who played many memorable roles in his life, including Frank Costanza in Seinfeld. Therefore, the cast of Seinfeld united in paying their tribute to Stiller on Twitter.

Seinfeld stars line up to pay respect to Stiller

News of Jerry Stiller’s passing was a big blow for the world of comedy. And this is especially true for the cast of Seinfeld. His role as George Costanza’s cranky father, Frank Costanza is iconic in many ways. This is how Jerry Seinfeld paid respect to Stiller’s life and career. He held a poster from the 60s when Stiller and his wife Anne Meara went on the Ed Sullivan show:

After that, Seinfeld wrote that Stiller’s comedy will “live forever” in the following tweet:

Other than Seinfeld, other cast members of the show paid their respects to Stiller too. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who played Elaine on the show, shared a video of bloopers from Seinfeld, saying:

The truth is that this happened all the time with Jerry Stiller. He was so funny and such a dear human being. We loved him. RIP Jerry Stiller.

Here’s the link to the bloopers that Louis-Dreyfus shared:

However, the most scenes that Stiller shared on the show were with Jason Alexander, who played his son George Costanza. There is no doubt that their duo was one of the most hysterically iconic father-son duos that we have seen on television. And Alexander shared an old photo of his with Jerry Stiller in a tweet:

Even though the show ended more than 2 decades ago, there is no doubt that Stiller left an everlasting impression on them. In this troubled time, we pray that Jerry Stiller’s family, including his son Ben Stiller, are able to cope with this loss. Their father’s iconic performances will live long in everyone’s memories for generations to come.

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