When Jerry Stiller died in May 2020, he left behind a great legacy: the comedy legend was best known for his stage act with his wife, Anne Meara, and his roles on sitcoms such as "Seinfeld." Stiller and Meara had two children, Amy and Ben, who also became successful in comedy and film.
Jerry Stiller's will had not been updated in 10 years prior to his death, and plenty had changed by that time. The New York Post reported that in his 2010 will, Jerry bequeathed most of his $5 million estate to his wife, but she had died in 2015, and their children were named as beneficiaries.
Cash, cars, jewelry and artwork were left to Amy and Ben Stiller. In addition to leaving money to his grandchildren, sister, and a niece and nephew, Jerry also left $150,000 to a longtime personal assistant, and Ben has spoken about how his famous dad supported him throughout his career.