Jerry Seinfeld is an American actor and stand-up comedian. Over the years, he has also adored various hats that of a producer, writer and director. Being ranked 12th Greatest Comedian of All Time by Comedy Central, Seinfeld’s tryst into standup comedy started during college.
In 1988, Seinfeld started his flagship program ‘Seinfeld’ in NBC. The show eventually became one of the most popular and successful sitcoms on American television. After a decade run until 1998, ‘Seinfeld’ was finally taken off air. Meanwhile, while doing ‘Seinfeld’, he made his foray into films with a cameo in ‘Eddie’. In 1999, he did a straight-to-video film ‘Pros & Cons’. For the 2007 film ‘Bee Movie’, Seinfeld voiced the character of the protagonist. He was heavily involved in all aspects of film making for the movie. Seinfeld returned to television in 2010 with the reality series ‘The Marriage Ref’.
Andre Allen, recovering alcoholic, who started his career as stand-up comedian and went on to become successful star of action-comedies, is venturing into serious films. He is spending the day with New York Times reporter Chelsea Brown for an interview. As the day with Chelsea unwinds, Andre is confronted with his past and is veered back to his roots as stand-up comedian.
After graduating from college, bee Barry B. Benson finds the prospects of a career in honey making most uninspiring. Breaking the bee-rule, he talks to a human, florist Vanessa Bloome, who saves his life. As he learns from her that humans consume honey and have been exploiting bees since centuries, Barry gathers evidence to file a suit against humans.
Jerry Seinfeld Awards
|Seinfeld||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||1994|
|Seinfeld||Outstanding Comedy Series||1993|