Although Seinfeld was born in Brooklyn, but most of his upbringing was done in Massapequa, New York. This is where he attended his high school, and later, following his sophomore year, he then went on to attend the Queens College, City University of New York, where he graduated with a Communications and Theater degree. During his college days, Seinfeld found his interest lying in the field of standup comedy, which was further sparked up by his short lived spell in the college productions. After Seinfeld was done with his college, he then performed his act in New York City at an open mic night at 'Catch a Rising Star.' And after that one way led to another, and he ended up appearing on a Rodney Dangerfield HBO Special. He later made his brief acting debut as he portrayed the role of Frankie, an aspiring standup comedian who's working as a mail delivery boy, on a sitcom called Benson. Later on, Seinfeld made one of his major accomplishments of his early career, as he appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. His routine on the show was highly admired by, both the audience and Carson, which earned him the right to perform his acts regularly on the show. Moreover, this also led to his appearance on the Late Night with David Letterman.
Then in 1989, Seinfeld along with Larry David, co created the sitcom that was initially called the Seinfeld Chronicles, but the show's name was later renamed to just Seinfeld. The show came out to be a big turning point in Seinfeld's career, and by the time the show reached its fourth season, it was ranked as one of the most popular sitcoms on the National television. The show came to a successful ending in 1998, after which several re-runs of the show followed. After the conclusion of the show, Jerry Seinfeld once again targeted all his concentration to his career as a standup comedian. In the same year when the show ended, Seinfeld went on a nationwide tour, and whilst on that, he also recorded I'm Telling You for the Last Time, a comedy special. Apart from being a standup comedian, Seinfeld has also flaunted his talents as a writer in several books that he wrote.
On May 13, 2006, Seinfeld made a special appearance on the Saturday Night Live, where he portrayed the Julia Louis Dreyfus' assassin. The following year, Seinfeld made appearance as the presenter for the Best Documentary Award at the 79th Annual Academy Awards. While on the stage, Seinfeld also perform a brief act of his prior to revealing the nominees. Also in 2007, Seinfeld guest starred in 30 Rock as himself on its episode titled Seinfeld Vision.
In 2009, Jerry Seinfeld, along with the entire cast of Seinfeld appeared in an HBO series by Larry called Curb Your Enthusiasm. He also played himself on a Starz series Head Case. Presently, Jerry Seinfeld is the executive producer of the reality show The Marriage Ref and also occasionally appears as one of its panelists. But more importantly, Jerry Seinfeld is once again doing what he does the best. And that is to entertain his audience with his stand up routines. So if you're looking for some quality fun time with your family, then perhaps our Jerry Seinfeld tickets
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