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PHOTO CALL: Jerry Seinfeld, Mike Birbiglia and Danny Aiello Celebrate Opening Night of Colin Quinn Unconstitutional
Colin Quinn Unconstitutional, a new comedy written by and starring Colin Quinn, opened at the Barrow Street Theatre May 16.
'House of Cards,' Jerry Seinfeld top Webby Awards
NEW YORK Netflix's groundbreaking 'House of Cards' and Jerry Seinfeld's Web series about nothing have earned top honors from the Webby Awards.
Jerry Seinfeld, wife being sued for rejecting ugly maids
Selfproclaimed domestic broker to the stars Adrian Smith helps celebs hire maids, and he has filed a lawsuit against the Seinfelds for rejecting his candidates, who, he claims, they called unattractive, old and fat. According to RadarOnline , Smith claims that Seinfelds rep said, You must realize that both Jerry and Jessica work out almost two hours daily and they are obsessed with how ...
Jerry Seinfeld in Victoria
One of the biggest stand up comedians in the world is making a stop in Victoria tonight. Jerry Seinfeld is taking the stage at the Save on Foods Memorial Centre. The show is sold out.
Jerry Seinfeld Celebrates 59th Birthday With StarStudded Party in NYC
The actor was joined by wife Jessica, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Jake Gyllenhaal and other celebs at Carbone restaurant on April 28
Jerry Seinfeld On The Perfection Of The Coffee Meeting
Seinfeldwhose latest project is Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee tells us why coffee is the perfect, er, vehicle for communication. Coffee meetings are perfect, weird little things. Jerry Seinfeld, the Gandalf of little weird perfections, explains why five years ago they became a part of his working life: 'I got married and I had a family and my entire day was not free for social interaction ...
'Seinfeld': Where are they now?
It's been 15 years since Jerry Seinfeld played a fictional comedian on one of the mostloved sitcoms of all time
So Jerry Seinfeld Called Us To Talk About Coffee
Mickey Mantle corked bat up for auction: What would Jerry Seinfeld think?
Apparently, even the great Mickey Mantle cheated at baseball. Grey Flannel Auctions is putting up for bid a used Mantle bat from the 1964 season that, Xrays show, was doctored with cork. 'Say it ain't so, Mickey,' the New York Continue reading
Jerry Seinfeld Explains Coffee
In today's 'celebrities are just like us' news, it turns out Jerry Seinfeld is a fan of both NPR and coffee, like a REAL New Yorker: he was apparently listening to a Coffee Week segment on the station's Morning Edition show, and felt compelled to call in and share a few thoughts on drinking java. So, what's the deal with coffee? Here are a few of Seinfeld's insights, straight from the Man ...