Comedy great Anne Meara, the quick-witted half of the comedy team “Stiller & Meara,” died at 85 on Saturday, her family said. Meara and her husband, Jerry Stiller, were married for 61 years and worked together almost as long, the family said in a statement. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children, comic actor Ben Stiller, daughter Amy Stiller and grandchildren. “Anne’s memory lives on in the hearts of daughter Amy, son Ben, her grandchildren, her extended family and friends, and the millions she entertained as an actress, writer and comedienne,” the family statement said. The couple made their name as Stiller & Meara in the 1960s with frequent performances on variety shows, including the “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Desperate to come up with a bit at the last minute, they plumbed the depths of their background to create “uber-Jewish guy” Hershey Horowitz and “uber-Irish girl” Mary Elizabeth Doyle — caricatures of themselves, they said in 2005.