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Jerry Seinfeld is an actor, writer, and producer and is best known for his semi-fictional version of himself in the sitcom Seinfeld that ran from 1989-1998 that Seinfeld co-created and co-wrote along with Larry David. Some of Seinfeld’s accomplishments would be his Broadway show Long Story Short, he premiered a realty series called The Marriage Ref as well as creating and hosting the web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as well as having a very successful standup comedy career. His standup uses observational humor usually with examples pulled from his own life. Comedy Central named him the 12th greatest standup comedian of all time. International success came in the form of more standup as well as commercials and advertisements for companies like the Greater Building Society, a building society based in New South Wales and southeastern Queensland and for Windows Vista where Jerry was part of a $300-million advertising campaign by Microsoft. Notable works include authoring two books, Seinlanguage released in 1993, and the children’s book Halloween that was illustrated by James Bennett. Seinfeld also wrote the forwards to Ted L. Nancy’s Letters from a Nut series of books as well as Ed Broth’s Stories from a Moron and the foreword to the Peanut Butter & Co. Cookbook. This funny man is truly one of the best in the business and anyone who has watched his shows or seen his live performance can attest to that fact! Jerry Seinfeld is hilarious in that he can do nearly nothing and people just love to watch him do it. His nothing however is actually a seamless combination of greatness and talent that fuse together to overlook the big and highlight the tiny details that make up a normal day in the life of Jerry Seinfeld!
Jerry Seinfeld (born April 29, 1954) is an American actor, writer and comedian from Brooklyn, New York.
Seinfeld, straight from graduation at Queens College, tried out at amateur night at New York's Catch A Rising Star in 1976. Soon after he was appearing on a Rodney Dangerfield HBO special.
Seinfeld had a small recurring role as 'Frankie' on the Benson sitcom in 1979, but was abruptly fired from the show.
A few years later, in May of 1981, Seinfeld made a highly successful appearance on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show. Seinfeld then became a regular on similar shows, like Late Night with David Letterman and the Merv Griffin show.