Jerry Seinfeld was first seen in the American sitcom television series ‘Benson’ in 1980, in which he played the role of ‘Frankie.’ After making brief appearances in television series and shows, such as ‘Square Pegs’ (1982), ‘An Evening at the Improv’ (1982), ‘The Ratings Game’ (1984), ‘Rodney Dangerfield: It's Not Easy Bein' Me’ (1986), and Stand-Up Confidential’ (1987), Seinfeld started his flagship program ‘Seinfeld’ on NBC in 1989. The show eventually became one of the most popular and successful sitcoms on American television. Seinfield earned 13 ‘Primetime Emmy Award’ nominations and 3 ‘Screen Actors Guild Awards’ for his performance on the show. After running for almost a decade, the show went off-air in 1998.
Seinfield made his film debut in the 1996 American comedy film ‘Eddie’ where he was seen in a cameo role. He went on to make cameo appearances in films like ‘Good Money’ (1996), ‘Pros & Cons’ (1999), and ‘The Thing About My Folks’ (2005). In 2007, Seinfeld voiced ‘Barry B. Benson’ in the American computer-animated comedy film ‘Bee Movie’ directed by Simon J. Smith and Steve Hickner. The film opened to mixed reviews from critics and was a moderate success at the box office.
In 2012, Seinfeld came out with the American talk-show web series ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.’ He hosted the show for 84 episodes until it went off-air in 2019. He also appeared in shows like ‘Don Rickles: One Night Only’ (2014), ‘Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special’ (2015), ‘Maya & Marty’ (2016), ‘Jerry Before Seinfeld’ (2017), My Next Guest Needs No Introduction’ (2018), and ‘Huge in France’ (2019). He was last seen in the 2020 comedy special ‘23 Hours to Kill.’
This documentary film focuses on the lives of Jerry Seinfield, a well known and successful comedian, and Orny Adams, who is a rising star in the world of comedy, though nowhere near as successful as the former.
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.
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.
Eddie is a sports comedy film which tells the story of a girl named Edwina aka Eddie who is a huge fan of the New York Knicks basketball team. Her life takes a turn when she wins a contest and becomes their honorary assistant coach. Over time, she manages to impress the owner of the team, and he decides to replace the head coach with Eddie.
Jerry Seinfeld Awards
|Seinfeld||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||1994|
|Seinfeld||Outstanding Comedy Series||1993|