You remember them from the best Seinfeld episodes, but this list of Seinfeld cast members catches you up on what the actors form one of the most popular TV shows from the 90s are doing now. From hit cable TV series to animated superhero movies and Disney films, the actors from Seinfeld have been keeping busy. Catch up with some of your favorite characters on this list of Seinfeld actors like Michael Richards, Patrick Warburton, Teri Hatcher, and Larry David.
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True to his character, Jerry Seinfeld really was a full-time stand-up comedian who toured around the country performing at shows. After graduating from Queens College in 1976, he scored an appearance on Rodney Dangerfield's HBO special after impressing at an open-mic night event. In 1979, he had a small, brief recurring role on the sitcom Benson and in 1981 he impressed Johnny Carson with his performance on The Tonight Show.In 1988, Seinfeld created The Seinfeld Chronicles with Larry David for NBC, but it was shortened to Seinfeld to avoid confusion with a short-lived sitcom The Marshall Chronicles. By its fourth season, Seinfeld became the most popular and successful sitcom on American television.
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After the show ended, Seinfeld returned to comedy, going on tour and recording a special in 1998. The process of developing and performing material was chronicled in the 2002 documentary Comedian. He voiced and co-wrote the 2007 animated film Bee Movie and guest starred on the seventh season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.In 2012, Seinfeld began a web series called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee in which he would pick up a fellow comedian in a different car each episode and take them out for coffee and conversation. In 2013, the series was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award.
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Pre-Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus broke into comedy as part of The Practical Theater Company in Chicago. The gig eventually got her cast on Saturday Night Live which she was a part of from 1982 to 1985.Louis-Dreyfus had a few bit parts on sitcoms and starred in the 1986 TV movie The Art of Being Nick and the short-lived series Day by Day before hitting big with Seinfeld. As Jerry Seinfeld's ex-girlfriend and best friend on the show, Louis-Dreyfus won an Emmy, Golden Globe and five SAG Awards for her performance.
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