From Soup Nazis to Nuts: 100 Best 'Seinfeld' Characters

Close talkers, braless wonders, library cops and bad tennis pros: we rank the most memorable members of the 'Seinfeld' universe

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71. Evie

Best-known episode: "The Red Dot"
Long before she was a cleaning lady at Pendant Publishing, having illicit after-hours sex with George, Evie (played by Bridget Sienna) was a little girl in Panama with big dreams. One day a rich American man came to her town wearing the softest, most beautiful sweater. She said, "What do you call this beautiful fabric?" He said, "They call it cashmere." She repeated the word — "cashmere…. cashmere" — and asked him if he could have it and he said, "No, get away from me." He started to walk away, but she grabbed onto his leg, screaming for him to give her sweater and he dragged her to the street. And then he kicked her with the other foot and threw some change at her. Oh, but she didn't want the change, Georgie. She wanted the cashmere. JENNY ELISCU

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