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Created byLarry David
Jerry Seinfeld
StarringJerry Seinfeld
Jason Alexander
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Michael Richards
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes180 (including two-part episodes)
Executive producer(s)Larry David
Howard West
George Shapiro
Andrew Scheinman
Jerry Seinfeld
Running time21 minutes (syndication),
22 minutes (original)
Original networkNBC
Original releaseJuly 5, 1989 –
May 14, 1998
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Seinfeld was an American television series. The series is thought by many people to be a great situation comedy. It was created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David and ran from 1989 to 1998. Jerry Seinfeld plays himself.

People[change | change source]

  • Jerry Seinfeld (himself) - He is a comedian. He lives in a rented apartment in New York City. Jerry always gets into strange situations and funny events with his friends.
  • George Costanza (Jason Alexander) - A real estate agent, Jerry's best friend. He is very neurotic and always afraid that nobody likes him.
  • Elaine Bennes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) - Elaine is Jerry's ex-girlfriend. But they are still friends and always spend time together. Elaine always has trouble finding a good boyfriend.
  • Cosmo Kramer (Kessier from the first episode) (Michael Richards) - He lives in the apartment next to Jerry's. Kramer is very tall and his hair always stands upwards. He is a strange sort of person and always has ideas nobody else has.
  • Newman (Wayne Knight) - Jerry's main antagonist who's a very close friend of Kramer. Newman is a lazy mailman.
  • Susan Ross (Heidi Swedberg) - George's girlfriend in season 4 and his fiancee in season 7. George hates being with her.
  • Frank and Estelle Costanza (Jerry Stiller, Estelle Harris, and John Randoplh) - The parents of George. He hates them.
  • Morty Seinfeld (Barney Martin) - Jerry's father.

DVDs[change | change source]

  • Seasons 1 & 2
  • Season 3
  • The Regift Edition Boxed Set

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