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Jerry Seinfeld        

Comedian, Actor, Writer & Producer Best Known for the Sitcom "Seinfeld"

Jerry Seinfeld, a comedian, actor, writer, and producer, has made significant contributions to the world of entertainment. Known for his role in the long-running sitcom "Seinfeld," his expertise in observational comedy has garnered him recognition as a leading stand-up comedian. His work in the film Bee Movie, including co-producing, co-writing, and starring, displays his multifaceted abilities in the entertainment industry. His engagement in the reality series "The Marriage Ref" and his web series turned Netflix show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" further showcase his creativity and versatility. Seinfeld most recently directed his first film, which he also co-wrote and starred in, titled Unfrosted on Netflix alongside Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, and Hugh Grant.

Post his sitcom, Seinfeld returned to his root of stand-up comedy, touring and recording a comedy special, "I'm Telling You for the Last Time." His continuing presence in the entertainment industry is seen through his various appearances, from hosting the 79th Academy Awards as presenter for "Best Documentary" to making guest appearances in shows like "The Jay Leno Show." His dedication to his craft is evident in his return to stand-up comedy in the United States in 2011 and in the United Kingdom after 11 years. His literary contributions include multiple books and the forewords for several others, including "Is This Anything?" and "The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Book."

Seinfeld has not only achieved professional success but also displayed a strong sense of personal integrity. Despite an offer of $110 million, Seinfeld chose not to pursue another season of his sitcom, showing a commitment to his creative vision. His contributions extend beyond the entertainment industry into philanthropy. Alongside his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, he created The Good+Foundation, a charitable organization supporting new mothers, investing in early childhood, and engaging fathers. Furthermore, his passion for cars is reflected in his extensive collection, owning about 150 cars, including a notable Porsche collection.



Emmys 2016: Jerry Seinfeld Makes First Emmys Appearance in 19 ...
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee host Jerry Seinfeld talked about his show's nomination on the 2016 Emmys red carpet.
Jerry Seinfeld Is Selling His Million-Dollar Vintage Porsches ...
Jerry Seinfeld is selling some of his Porsches at an auction in March. This is big news because while he is a well-known car collector and Porsche aficionado, ...
Comedians in Cars Seinfeld - Business Insider
Jerry Seinfeld just released the trailer for season 8 of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," his internet talk show of a delightfully-simple premise available on ...
Jerry Seinfeld: 'Show About Nothing' Tag Is 'Nonsense' - Rolling Stone
Jerry Seinfeld said his groundbreaking sitcom's infamous "show about nothing" tag is "nonsense" in a wide-ranging new interview.
Jerry Seinfeld Reveals the Joke He Wrote for Obama, Plans to Bring ...
Jerry Seinfeld was just as surprised as everybody else to hear that his Crackle series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, was nominated for an Emmy alongside ...
Jerry Seinfeld's three rare Porsches should bring in millions at auction
Dip into that money you were saving for The Human Fund: Renowned Porsche lover Jerry Seinfeld is selling off a portion of his legendary car collection.
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Jerry Seinfeld And Amy Schumer To Team Up For Charity Show
Baby Buggy, a national assistance and support organization for families in need, will celebrate 15 years of service to kids and parents with "An Evening with Jerry Seinfeld and Amy Schumer," a one-night, public benefit performance on Monday, November 16, 2015, at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.
Jerry Seinfeld Celebrates 59th Birthday With Star-Studded Party in ...
The actor was joined by wife Jessica, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Jake Gyllenhaal and other celebs at Carbone restaurant on April 28.
Emmys: Jerry Seinfeld on Why He May Never Go Back to TV (Q&A ...
This story first appeared in the Sept. 6 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
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