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Jerry Seinfeld, creator, producer and star of his own Emmy and Peabody Award-winning comedy series, has enjoyed critical acclaim and success as a stand-up comic, TV actor, best-selling author and advertising pitchman.
For his work on "Seinfeld" he has received numerous industry honors, among them an Emmy Award as producer of the series (Outstanding Comedy Series, 1993), in addition to three nominations in the Best Actor/Comedy category; a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor in a Television Comedy Series (1993); and a Television Critics Award. In addition, he won the American Comedy Award as Funniest Male Performer in a Television Series - Lead (1992 and 1993) and was named Best Lead Actor/Comedy at the American Television Awards in 1993.
Born in Brooklyn, Seinfeld became fascinated by comedians at the age of eight while watching them on television and realizing their entire job was to make people laugh. Through his honor-roll years at Queens College and brief working stints as a telephone light-bulb salesman and a jewelry street vendor, he never lost sight of his dream. He spent the next few years honing his craft and in 1987 starred in his own HBO special, "Jerry Seinfeld's Stand-up Confidential." He went on to host NBC's "Spy TV: How To Become Famous," Showtime's "Aspen Comedy Festival" and NBC's "Saturday Night Live." In the fall of 1994 he hosted "Abbott & Costello Meet Jerry Seinfeld," an NBC special showcasing the comedy team that inspired Seinfeld as a youth. 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."
Additionally, he has served as a spokesperson for American Express. Based on his comedic observations and stand-up material, he penned the best-seller "SeinLanguage" (Bantam Books). With more than 1.2 million copies now in print, the book was the third best-selling non-fiction hardcover title published in 1993. It stayed on The New York Times Best Seller list for 33 weeks. Seinfeld, who remains passionate about performing and continues to spend the hiatus from his series in front of an audience, earned the 1988 American Comedy Award as Funniest Male Stand-up Comic.