Anne Meara (born September 20, 1929) is an American actress and comedienne. She and Jerry Stiller were a prominent 1960s comedy team, appearing as Stiller and Meara, and are the parents of actor/comedian Ben and actress Amy Stiller.
Meara was born in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Mary (née Dempsey) and Edward Joseph Meara, Irish-born immigrants from a village called Toomevara. Her mother committed suicide when Meara was 11, and she has...
Dorothy explains she has been betting on horses forever.
Dorothy curses ALF,s soap opera script.
Kate asks what the bookie, that ALF owes money, is like.
ALF puts some of his blame for his debt on Dorothy.
Dorothy is slightly pleased that ALF is in gambling debt up to his neck.
Dorothy thinks about serving food at the garage sale.
Willies takes his hockey stick and ship in a bottle out of the garage sale.
Dorothy mistakes the Ochmonek's messy yard for a garage sale.
Dorothy won't place any bets for ALF and she also defends her comeback aimed ...
ALF explain where he got 50 bucks to bet on the horses races from.
ALF confuses the name of Dorothy's bookie for her offering breath mints.
ALF tells Dorothy he has been going through her purse but that it isn't where...
ALF decides to invest in some horse racing.
Dorothy tells ALF what she intends to do with their supposed inheritance.
ALF shows concern for Dorothy's betting money because one day it could be his...
Dorothy tells the family about her earning in her latest horse bet.
Even Willie knows that Dorothy is a horse betting junkie.
Dorothy tells the family her bookie is a good guy.
Kate asks her mother why she never took her to a horse race track.
ALF gets smart with Dorothy.
Dorothy strikes back at ALF.
Dorothy cheers for the horse she placed money on.
Dorothy tells the kids she has to watch a horse she put a bet on.
ALF wants a knock-knock joke when Dorothy enters the house.