Ben Stiller brings daughter Ella to Emmys 2022 as a date

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Ben Stiller brought his daughter, Ella Olivia Stiller, as a date to the 2022 Emmys Monday night.

The 56-year-old “Severance” director – who shares the 20-year-old with wife Christine Taylor – looked smart in a classic black tuxedo and bow tie as they posed for the cameras.

Ella opted for a strapless black dress with a thigh-high split and completed the glamorous look with black nail polish.

The daughter of the “Zoolander” star has styled her blonde locks in a messy blowout, with her bright bangs framing her face.

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The father-daughter duo wore matching black ensembles.
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The outing comes less than two weeks after Stiller and Taylor, 51 – who are also parents to son Quinlin, 17 – were spotted at the US Open looking more in love than ever.

The two actors all laughed while on a date night just six months after they revealed their reconciliation.

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Ella previously called out her father for his parenting skills.

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Ella previously called out her father for his parenting skills.


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The couple – who married in 2000 – split in 2017 before rekindling their romance while quarantined together amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We broke up and got back together and we’re happy about that,” Ben told Esquire in February.

“It was really great for all of us,” he added, describing their reunion as “unexpected and one of the things that came out of the pandemic.”

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Ben also shares son Quinlin with Taylor.
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He also admitted that Ella called him for not being there during her childhood while he focused on his Hollywood career.

“She’s quite outspoken about it, and sometimes it’s things I don’t want to hear. It’s hard to hear,” the actor said.

‘Because it’s me who isn’t there like I saw my parents weren’t there. I always thought, ‘Well, I won’t,’ he continued, referring to his A-list parents, Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller, who passed away in 2015 and 2020 respectively.

While Ella’s comments “didn’t feel great,” Ben said it was “important to acknowledge” what she had to say.

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