Amy Stiller appeared in seven episodes of "The King of Queens" , appearing in various roles.
|Born:||August 9, 1961|
|Birthplace||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Occupation||Actress, Comedienne, writer|
|Family and Personal|
|Appeared on:||The King of Queens|
|Appears as:||Gloria (3 episodes, 2006-07)|
Sylvia in Catching Hell (2005)
Allison Finnegan in "S'Ain't Valentine's" (1999)
as Waitress in "Eddie Money" (2002)
Amy Stiller (born August 9, 1961) made seven appearances on "The King of Queens" in different roles; she first appeared in the episode "S'Ain't Valentine's" (Season 1, episode #16, 1999) as Allison Finnegan, daughter of Mary Finnegan, who was played by her mother Anne Meara, who would later replace Grace Zabriskie who also appeared in the episode, in the role of Spence's mom Veronica Olchin. Amy appeared in the recurring role of Gloria, a waitress, in the episodes "Fresh Brood" and "Four Play" and "Mild Bunch" in Season 9.
A talented stand up comedian, Amy has made appearances in supporting roles in numerous TV shows and films over the course of her career, which include a guest appearance on the CBS-TV series Third Watch (2001), and the films Southie (1998), The Cable Guy, which starred Jim Carrey (1996). Stiller has been seen in many regional theater productions, and is currently starring in her solo show, Just Trust, a semi-autobiographical tale, based on true events that follows Stiller’s quest to reclaim her spiritual and emotional integrity as the only unknown person in a very famous family.
Amy, who is also a Bikram Yoga instructor, lives in New York City, Amy was born in New York City, New York, the daughter of the comedy duo Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara (Stiller and Meara), and is also the older sister of star comedian/actor Ben Stiller.