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  Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld's father ran Seinfeld Signs, a one-man signmaking shop, and his mother took work as a home-based tailor to help balance the perpetually-tight family budget.
Seinfeld was eight years old, watching TV with his parents, when he figured out that comedy could be a profession.
Seinfeld played a fictionalized version of himself, with Michael Richards as oddball neighbor Cosmo Kramer, Jason Alexander as loser George Costanza, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as ex-girlfriend Elaine Benes.
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 Jerry Seinfeld, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
The most successful and influential comedian of his generation, Jerry Seinfeld's brilliant observational riffs on the minutiae of everyday life formed the basis of the television classic Seinfeld, the quintessential sitcom of the 1990s and one of the most beloved series in the history of the medium.
In 1980, Seinfeld was cast in the sitcom Benson, but was fired after just a few episodes; he returned to stand-up with a vengeance, and a year later made his first appearance on The Tonight Show, winning over host Johnny Carson.
Premiering in 1991 under the name The Seinfeld Chronicles, the show was an immediate critical hit but fared poorly in the ratings; known as simply Seinfeld from its second episode onward, the series gradually gained momentum, and NBC agreed to an order of six more episodes, followed in its third year by 13 more.
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 Jerry Seinfeld - Biography - Pun of the Day
Born in Brooklyn, Seinfeld became fascinated by comedians at the age of eight while watching them on television.
Raised in Massapequa ("It's an old Indian name that means 'by the mall'") Seinfeld began hitting the club circuit the night he graduated from Queens College; he performed stand-up for free at times just to perfect his act.
With his partner, Larry David (who was used as the model for the neurotic George Costanza), Seinfeld created a show about "nothing," devoting entire half hours to everything from waiting for a table in a Chinese restaurant to looking for a lost car in a mall garage.
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Seinfeld is known for his observational humor and the fact that he omits profanity from his act.
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  City Farmer:Seinfeld's Worms
We love the TV show "Seinfeld" so much that we decided to write some ideas for an episode and mail them to Jerry's office in a plastic worm bin complete with a stripped-up newspaper bedding and jelly worms which are colourful candies of the texture of ju jubes.
Jerry has left his worms in the little bucket they were shipped in and has not transferred them to the bedding in the large bin as he is supposed to.
Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer go along on the expedition, get lost and are taken prisoner by illegal Chinese immigrants who are living secretly in sewer villages under the streets of New York's Chinatown.
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  Jerry Seinfeld - Encyclopedia Dramatica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Jerry Seinfeld is this Jewish comedian guy famous for jokes about controlling your fapping, virgins, a Soup Nazi, and Superman.
Seinfeld had this TV show named after him at least 100 years ago in the nineties that is played endlessly on every channel everywhere.
It involves a group of four friends; one is Seinfeld, one still lives with his parents, one is a Schicksa Feminista and one acts like a fucktard while not being racist.
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 Jerry Seinfeld Tickets - nwtix.com/Jerry Seinfeld Tickets - Buys/Sells Jerry Seinfeld Ticket   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Seinfeld won a small reoccurring role, as Frankie, on the 'Benson' sitcom in 1979, but was abruptly fired from the show.
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 Jerry Seinfeld Tickets - Jerry Seinfeld Tour Schedule - Online Ticket Broker
Jerry Seinfeld is a famous comic and writer from New York, who is well-known for his NBC sitcom Seinfeld (originally the Seinfeld Chronicles), which was broadcasted from 1989 to 1998 and had great success.
Jerry Seinfeld continued his career as a stand-up comedian and in no time was included in the 100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time.
Seinfeld is regarded as the author of such books as Letters From a Nut, which are written by Ted L. Nancy, and Stories From a Moron – by Ed Broth.
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 Jerry Seinfeld refutes accusations of 'vegetable plagiarism' - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Jerry Seinfeld refutes accusations of 'vegetable plagiarism' - USATODAY.com
NEW YORK (AP) — Jerry Seinfeld says his wife isn't guilty of "vegetable plagiarism."
Lapine has said she isn't accusing anyone of anything, but added that it does "hurt" to see someone given credit for her method.
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 Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld was born in Brooklyn on 29 April, 1954, the son of Kalman and Betty Seinfeld.
Jackie Mason was one of the first people to see Jerry Seinfeld peform his act, when he attended the Golden Lion Pub in Manhattan.
Reportedly NBC offered Jerry Seinfeld $5m per episode for him to reverse his decision to finish the series at the end of its eight year run in May 1998.
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Jerry Seinfeld is a struggling stand up comedian that wants to have a pilot for his show Jerry considered by the head honchos at NBC.
Jerry is the focus of the show, in that all the people he know make up the show.
Jerry is a self professed germophobe that fears anything that has been in the toilet or in another person's mouth.
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Jerry Seinfeld was born on April 29, 1954, in Brooklyn, New York but later moved to and was raised in Massapequa, Long Island.
The trend of building a situation comedy around a stand-up entertainer was in the embryonic stage when Seinfeld and partner Larry David convinced former NBC president Brandon Tartikoff to film the pilot for a show about "nothing." The rest became television legend, with Seinfeld changing the genre forever.
Jerry Seinfeld became one of the wealthiest television stars ever when the show became eligible for syndication.
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 Seinfeld - The Fire 
Jerry's stand-up: To me, the thing about birthday parties is that the first birthday party you have and the last birthday party you have are actually quite similar.
JERRY (attempting to carry on despite Toby's interruptions): See...women really want to see what the show is before they change the channel...
Jerry's stand-up #2: I was in a hotel the other day, and on the back of the door in the hotel they have the fire map.
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Jerry Seinfeld is arguably the most successful comedian of the 1990's.
Seinfeld's big break came when he attracted the attention of Rodney Dangerfield, who featured him on an HBO special.
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 Seinfeld TV Series, Seinfeld, Kramer, Elaine, pictures, episode guides
Seinfeld is the show about nothing so just what is "nothing" and why is nothing so interesting.
George, and Jerry act as big childlike friends, Elaine serves as their female acquaintaince, and Kramer serves as the scheme maker that often brings them all together.
The Switch - George and Jerry try to pull off a roommate switch in which Jerry's current girlfriend can be replaced with her roommate.
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 Jerry Seinfeld
As a creator, producer and star of his own Emmy Award- and Peabody Award-winning comedy series, Jerry Seinfeld has enjoyed critical acclaim and success as a stand-up comic, TV actor, best-selling author and an advertising pitchman.
For his work on "Seinfeld" he has received numerous honors, among them an Emmy Award as producer of the series (Outstanding Comedy Series, 1993); a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor in a Television Comedy Series (1993); and a Television Critics Award.
Seinfeld has made numerous appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Late Show with David Letterman" and has been a featured guest on "The Barbara Walters Special" and "Larry King Live." Also, he has served as a spokesperson for American Express.
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 Seinfeld Leaves His Mark on History (washingtonpost.com)
Jerry Seinfeld walked into the National Museum of American History, looking good, fit and youthful, sharply dressed, but his eyes glanced around warily, as though he wasn't sure how this gig was going to play.
Only later does Jerry learn that he's agreed to wear her new shirt when he appears on the "Today" show to promote a benefit that Elaine has put together to help provide clothing for homeless people.
On "Today," Bryant Gumbel laughs at Jerry's puffy shirt, and Jerry, mortified (the entire series is a kind of meditation on mortification), denounces it, saying he feels ridiculous, which triggers a very audible scream of rage from the low-talker.
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 Living with Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld wasn't dancing -- or holding court -- when he arrived at Oswego as a freshman.
Jerry Seinfeld was starting to take courses in the speech and theater department (the fore-runner of the communications department).
Jerry Seinfeld, meanwhile, never detoured from his path to the peak of standup comedy.
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 Jerry Seinfeld Tickets : Jerry Seinfeld Concert Tickets @ BuySellTix
Returning to his roots, Jerry Seinfeld will take his observational humor on the road during a 2007 stand-up comedy national tour.
Jerry Seinfeld has built up a loyal following of fans that are dieing to relive the laughs found on his hit FOX series, Seinfeld.
Jerry Seinfeld Tickets sell-out every show and this tour promises to be no different.
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 Jerry Seinfeld - The Huffington Post
Jerry Seinfeld's "Bee Movie" is a frothy but forgettable lark about a nonconformist bee in a honey of a jam.
Now Jerry Seinfeld was an important reason Seinfeld was successful, and he wrote a lot of the material that went on the show, but there were...
He and Jerry Seinfeld created "Seinfeld" one night at a New York grocery, where they decided that their casual banter should be the show — famously...
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Seinfeld grew up in New York where he developed his knack for comedy during college and started out with small TV bits.
Right after the show went off the air - Seinfeld was offered $5 million per episode to keep the going, but turned it down - Seinfeld went back to touring and recorded the comedy special "I?m Telling You For the Last Time." Many of the performances were free of charge.
Recently, Seinfeld was featured on Saturday Night Live with Louis-Dreyfus, where then poked fun at the "Seinfeld Curse," meaning the other three actors that were on the show with Seinfeld have gone on to not-so successful sitcoms (Louis-Dreyfus did, how ever, wind up being the exception to that rule).
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 Jerry Seinfeld, Superman, and Jack Larson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Both Superman and Seinfeld rush to her rescue, but because Superman has no pockets (for moneyAs they leave the store, however, there are cries of terror from the people in the street who look up to see a comet hurtling toward the earth.
It was only later that Jack learned that Jerry Seinfeld was so determined to have him in the commercial that they took the scene that they had already filmed and altered it.
Well, they took that footage, optically removed Jerry Seinfeld from the scene, added the shadow of the approaching comet, and tacked it to the end of the commercial so that it would look like Jack is looking up toward the comet approaching Earth.
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 CMT.com : Jerry Seinfeld : Biography
In 1980, Seinfeld was cast in the sitcom Benson, but was fired after just a few episodes; he returned to stand-up with a vengeance, and a year later made his first appearance on The Tonight Show, winning over host Johnny Carson.
Premiering in 1991 under the name The Seinfeld Chronicles, the show was an immediate critical hit but fared poorly in the ratings; known as simply Seinfeld from its second episode onward, the series gradually gained momentum, and NBC agreed to an order of six more episodes, followed in its third year by 13 more.
Throughout much of the decade, it remained the highest-rated sitcom on television, but in 1998 Seinfeld pulled the plug on the show, despite reports that NBC offered him a staggering $5 million per episode to continue for another 22-episode season.
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 ESPN.com: Page 3 - Best 'Seinfeld' sports moments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Jerry Seinfeld himself is a sports fan, a New Yorker whose allegiance lies with the Mets.
George: Oh yes they did, Jerry, they were all over me. It was like Rocky I. Diane came up to me, threw her arms around me, and kissed me. We both had tears streaming down our faces.
Jerry dates a girl names Lois, whose boss, Duncan Myers, was defeated by Jerry in a controversial ninth-grade race to see who would represent the school in a track meet.
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Jerry\'s real address in NYC when he was struggling comic was 129 W. 81 St., this is the address used for his building in the series.
Jerry\'s father, named Kal, worked in the sign business, so occasionally in the background you may see a sign that says Kal\'s Signs.
Seinfeld is a cleverly written sit com that follows the everyday life of moderately successful comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
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 Jerry Seinfeld
Jerome “Jerry” Seinfeld was born on April 29, 1954, in Brooklyn, New York.
The show was later renamed Seinfeld and, by its fourth season, became the most popular and successful sitcom on American television.
Seinfeld is also a bestselling author, most notably for his book Seinlanguage, released in 1993.
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