Actor and director has traveled to Guatemala, Lebanon, Germany, and Jordan to meet with refugees
Ben Stiller, left, goodwill ambassador for United Nations Human Rights Council, and Chairman James Risch, R-Idaho, walk toward a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on the humanitarian crisis in Syria on Wednesday. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
There hasn’t been enough Hollywood on Capitol Hill this week so we’re gonna throw one more celebrity at you: the Focker himself, Ben Stiller.
The award-winning actor and director, best known for his role in, well, where do we even start — “Meet the Parents,” “Meet the Fockers,” “Dodgeball,” “Zoolander,” “There’s Something about Mary,” “Along Came Polly,” among many, many more — took his klout to the Capitol today to testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the humanitarian crisis in Syria.