It’s hard to be alone and it’s tougher when someone close to us leaves us, especially, in such difficult times. Actor Ben Stiller is definitely going through a rough patch after the death of his father. But, he is being positive and recently, revealed how he wants to arrange a service in order to bring all his family together.
Ben recently, shared his father’s legacy while being on a virtual interview with Jimmy Fallon. Ben joined Jimmy via video chat during Tuesday’s Tonight Show: Home Edition. Clearly, the star was missing his father while talking about him on the show. Ben’s father, Jerry died last month at the age of 92.
The Convo Between Jimmy And Ben
Ben started the conversation by telling Jimmy how no one could come around at the time of Jerry’s death due to the coronavirus. However, the star is very positive about the future. “I figured it would be good to do it, because it would be a chance to talk about my dad a little bit,” he said. He also said that it’s a tough time for people to gather together and hold a service.
“I think somewhere down the line we’ll do a memorial for him, when everybody can get together,” he continued. “Because there’s so many people who loved him and who he worked with. But I thought it would be nice to be able to just have a moment to celebrate him a little bit.”
Other People’s Condolences To The Late Actor And Comedian
undoubtedly Jerry was a famous comedian and actor. He is famously known for his role as Frank Constanza in American Sitcom Seinfeld. His son, Ben told how he feels after receiving so many good words. He feels how special his father was.
“There’s a lot of people who have reached out, which has been really nice. I mean, just to feel how much he touched people, how much enjoyment he gave people, because I know that he would have felt good about all this,” Ben said.