Ben Stiller appeared on the red carpet with his grown up 16-year-old daughter
On Thursday, actor Ben Stiller went out with his eldest child, Ella Olivia Stiller. The two attended the premiere of National Geographic Documentary Films' “Free Solo.”
Posing on the yellow carpet, it was clear how much the teenager had grown. She almost stood as tall as her famous father.
Ben Stiller, 52, was seen with his daughter Ella Olivia Stiller, 16, at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York last week. The actor went casual with jeans, sneakers, and a jacket.
His daughter wore a cute dress that had a white collar and she accentuated her height with a pair of nude heels. The father and daughter were seen posing together on the yellow carpet of the premiere.
Last October, the pair was seen attending the New York Film Festival debut of his film "The Meyerowitz Stories." She and son Quinlin Dempsey Stiller, 13, are from Ben’s ex Christine Taylor, 47.
Ben and Taylor separated in May 2017 after 17 years of marriage but haven’t officially divorced. Ella is following in her parents' famous footsteps with roles in films like “Megamind.”
“Free Solo” is a documentary about free solo climber Alex Honnold. In the documentary, we see how he becomes the first person to free solo climb Yosemite's 3,000-foot high El Capitan Wall with no ropes or safety gear.
It will be out in theaters on September 28. Now a little-known fact about Ben is that he once released a musical album.
He drummed in a post-punk band called Capital Punishment while growing up in New York. They released an album in 1982 when he was about 17.
Captured Tracks, a record label, now plans on re-releasing the band’s debut, titled “Roadkill,” in September. The band’s other members are Peter Zusi, Peter Swann, and Kriss Roebling.
One of their songs can be heard on SoundCloud.