Playing a semi-fiction version of himself in the sitcom Seinfeld from 1989-1998 Jerome Allen Seinfeld born on Aril 29, 1954 in Brooklyn, New York is one of America's funniest standup comedians. Since Seinfeld is no longer on television Seinfeld has co-written and produce the 2007 Bee Movie. In 2010 Seinfeld produced a reality TV series The Marriage Ref. He has also direct on Broadway Long Story Short which ran until January 2011.
Seinfeld specialized in observational humor. He focuses on personal relationship and uncomfortable obligations. Comedy Central in 2005 called Seinfeld as 12th out of 100 great comedians of all time. He began an interest in comedy after college productions. He had an appearance in 1976 at New York's Catch a Rising Star and a presence in a Rodney Dangerfield HBO program. He played on the sitcom Benson in 1979. He appeared on the Tonight Show in 1981 and began making regular appearances on that show.
Seinfeld is Jerry's major accomplishment in television and the program still airs as a syndicated re-run. Seinfeld based his show on the 1950s sitcom The Abbott and Costello Show. During the 2003 Seinfeld went on tour and recorded a comedy program I'm Telling you for the Last Time. In 2004 Seinfeld was the voice of American Express in a webisode The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman.
2012 was the year Seinfeld started his Internet comedy series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and in 2013 he worked on his album The Album about Nothing with rapper Wale. It is rumored that a Seinfeld project is in the works.
Seinfeld is married to Jessica Sklar and they have three children. Jessica Seinfeld organized Baby Buggy a charity that provides clothing for underprivileged women and children. She has also written Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Getting Your Kids Eating Good Food.