Ben Stiller’s father Jerry is recovering after he was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday evening. Scroll below for the latest on his condition.
On January 9, Jerry, 91, suffered stroke-like symptoms, a source told RadarOnline.com.
The Seinfeld actor was rushed to a Manhattan hospital.
According to the insider, Jerry’s condition was “serious.”
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However, another source said Jerry is “doing well” and “will be home in a few days.”
The insider denied that Jerry had a stroke.
The loveable comedian starred on King of Queens and appeared alongside his son in Zoolander. His wife, Anne Meara, passed away in 2015.