Larry David is a seasoned American actor, comedian, writer and a producer. He owes a large chunk of his fame to his stint as a co-writer and co-creator of probably the best sitcom in the 90’s, ‘Seinfeld’. Larry David started small doing several odd jobs while struggling as a writer. Eventually, he got a writing stint in the early 80’s for the show ‘Fridays’ and eventually went on to be a writer and an actor for the comedy sketches to be featured on ‘Saturday Night Live’. And then in the late 80’s, he and Jerry Seinfeld came up with the idea for a sitcom named ‘Seinfeld’ and it became an instant classic, garnering quite a lot of fame all over the world.
During his career, Larry David also acted in some notable films such as ‘Second Thoughts’, ‘Radio Days’, ‘Whatever Works’ and ‘Three Stooges’. But his best roles remained the ones he did on TV as a guest and he somehow had a much more fulfilling career as a writer rather than an actor. Some of his best appearances on TV include ‘Entourage’, ‘Hannah Montana’, ‘The League’ and ‘Clear History’.
There were also some failures for which Larry was severely criticized for, such as his appearances in the series’ ‘Bowtie’, ‘Shaq’, ‘The Seder’ and ‘The Group’.
This comedy drama film tells the story of Joe, a nostalgic, who looks back at the golden age of the radio, and remembers his childhood memories.
Whatever Works tells the story of a middle-aged, misanthropic divorcee from New York, who survives a suicide attempt. Some time later, he surprisingly enters into a strange relationship with a much younger, unsophisticated girl.
New York Stories is an anthology drama film which tells us three different stories, all of them taking place in New York. The first one tells the story of Lionel, a middle-aged artist, who is infatuated with his assistant. The second story revolves around a 12 year old girl who lives in a luxurious hotel. The third one deals with a New York lawyer dealing with his possessive mother.
When the orphanage where Moe, Larry and Curly were left as newborns and were raised by nuns, faces foreclosure due to financial difficulties, the three set out to raise $830000 in one month. Stepping out in the outside world for the first time, the three get enmeshed in a murder plot, and later, end up starring in a popular reality TV show.
Larry David Awards
|Seinfeld||Outstanding Comedy Series||1993|
|Seinfeld||Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series||1993|