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Larry David Bernie Sanders

Larry David Bernie Sanders

Larry David Bernie Sanders

Larry David Bernie Sanders

One of the most iconic writers in the world, and a show-runner with unmatched creativity, David has given a soundtrack to millions of people’s lives.

Night

David's work on Seinfeld won him two Primetime Emmy Awards in 1993, for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series. Formerly a comedian, he went into television comedy, writing and starring in ABC's Fridays, and writing briefly for Saturday Night Live. He has been nominated for 27 Primetime Emmy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards. He was voted by fellow comedians and comedy insiders as the 23rd greatest comedy star ever in a 2004 British poll to select "The Comedian's Comedian",

Ahead of the season-ten premiere of Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO later this month, Larry David is on the cover of GQ chatting about everything from Curb to Seinfeld to whether he’s really as “disgruntled” as people think he is. (Spoiler alert: He’s not.) And while the profile teases some interesting news — like an upcoming Me Too episode of Curb or his conflicted thoughts about returning to stand-up someday (“I guess it still kind of bothers me that I haven’t conquered the form the way I thought I would”), the best reveal from the whole interview is the fact that David and his girlfriend adopted an Australian shepherd and they named him after the presidential candidate David plays on Saturday Night Live, whom he also happens to be related to: Bernie Sanders. From GQ: (Source: www.vulture.com)

Curb

David spoke about the surprising discovery on Wednesday during a panel for the return of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." during the Television Critics Association press tour after a reporter, who'd seen an advance screener of the "Finding Your Roots" episode, posed a question about it.

On Wednesday, June 2, 2010, the series premiered on the TV Guide Network, making its network television debut. TV Guide Network also produced a series of related discussions with high-profile guest stars, media pundits, and prominent social figures called "Curb: The Discussion" debating the moral implications depicted in each episode. David is quoted as saying "Finally, thanks to the TV Guide Network, I'll get a chance to watch actual, intelligent people discuss and debate the issues addressed on 'Curb'. Now if only someone could tell me where this alleged 'Network' is, I might even watch it." (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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