Jerry Seinfeld is a Jewish American comedian, actor, writer, and producer of television shows, motion pictures, and stand-up comedies. He co-created and co-wrote the successful television series Seinfeld with Larry David.
|Full Name||Jerome Allen Seinfeld
|Date of Birth||April 29, 1954
|Birthplace||Brooklyn, New York, United States
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Director, Producer, Writer
Robert Allen In Brooklyn, New York City, Jerry Seinfeld was born to Austrian-Jewish sign manufacturer Kalman Seinfeld and Betty Seinfeld. He spent much of his childhood in Massapequa, New York.
His primary schooling was received at East Lake Elementary School and Massapequa High School. He worked as a volunteer at the Israeli collective community of Kibbutz Sa’ar when he was 16 years old.
He attended SUNY Oswego up until his sophomore year before transferring to Queens College. He earned a theatre and communications degree from Queens College in 1976.
He portrayed “Frankie,” a mail delivery guy, in the American sitcom “Benson” in 1979. The sitcom has 158 episodes and was shown on the ABC network.
He acquired notoriety and notice in 1981 after making an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.” He left a deep effect on Carson and the audience, which resulted in frequent reappearances. Even “Late Night with David Letterman” included him.
The American television sitcom “Seinfield” enjoyed an almost ten-year run, with the final episode airing in 1998. There were 180 episodes in all, spanning nine seasons.
Meanwhile, he released his book, Sein language, in 1993. The book, which is essentially a stand-up comedy adaption, received good reviews and was included on the New York Times Best Seller list.
He made an appearance in the animated television series “Dilbert” in 2000 as “Comp-U-Comp.” Scott Adams is the creator of the series, which received a Primetime Emmy.
He was the creator and star of the television sitcom “Seinfeld.” The show, which ran for nine seasons, was both critically and financially successful. The broadcast was hailed as “the best tv show of all time” by “TV Guide.”