How Larry David Earned Your Enthusiasm

From stand-up and 'Seinfeld' to 'Whatever Works,' how David has become one of the most successful names in comedy
Larry David Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld
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Back when Seinfeld was still airing in prime time, the star and his cast mates were household names, familiar to millions. Far fewer had heard of the show’s misanthropic mastermind, Larry David. Even though he co-created one of the best-loved series in television history, it wasn’t until lightning struck a second time with Curb Your Enthusiasm that Larry David came out from behind the curtain and won widespread acclaim on his own. Of course, the follicly challenged funnyman already had plenty of projects under his belt before Seinfeld, and he hasn’t stopped making them since.

Here’s a look at most of the domain that Larry David has mastered over the years.

By Joe Berkowitz

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