Last night, Ben Stiller attended the Golden Globes ceremony with his 16-year-old daughter Ella, where they celebrated two nominations for Stiller’s Escape at Dannemora’s for best television limited series or motion picture made for television and best performance by an actress in a limited series or TV movie.

After getting glammed, walking the red carpet, and attending the ceremony together, Stiller, who directed and executive produced the Showtime limited series, took to Instagram to express his excitement and proudness over having his daughter by his side.

“So happy to be with my beautiful daughter @ella.stiller tonight at the #GoldenGlobes!! So proud of #PatriciaArquette and her well-deserved win!!! #EscapeAtDannemora,” the comedian and actor wrote as the caption alongside a photo of the two dressed for the award show and posing and smiling.

While on the red carpet at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills, California, Ella told People that she was raving over her father’s project nominations and that she was excited to be her dad’s plus one. 

“It’s exciting,” she told People. “I’m proud, I’m so proud of him!” 53-year-old Stiller also opened up about his series. “I thought it was a fascinating story and unbelievable that a prison escape like this could happen in this day and age,” Stiller said of the series. “It just seemed like it would be a great long-form story.”

Recently, Ella has become Stiller’s go-to date, as in over the fall the two have attended events together multiple times.


In May 2017, the Meet the Parents actor, who shares Ella and 13-year-old son Quinlin Dempsey with Christine Taylor announced that he and Taylor were splitting after 17 years of marriage. Since then the two have remained close, as, in late August, they were spotted at a tennis match at the US Open with their daughter Ella. 

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