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Larry David
Birthday: July 2, 1947

Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Larry David. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The reigning curmudgeon of TV comedy, Emmy-winning Larry David is a rare case of lightning striking twice on the small screen. Not only did he make television history with Seinfeld — one of the most popular sitcoms to ever grace the airwaves — but two years after the series ended, David made a stellar return with the hit HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm. A New York City native raised in the Brooklyn, David has often claimed that his carefree childhood made for a rough transition into a miserable adulthood. He began his career as a standup comic in the early to mid-'70s, with middling results at best, a period during which he also met another, albeit more successful, comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, who would also become a lifelong friend. A few years later, success was still eluding David, though, in 1979, he got his first taste of fame as a writer and performer for the Saturday Night Live knock-off Fridays. Television definitely seemed to provide a better vehicle for David's unique brand of humor, and he later got a job as a writer for Saturday Night Live during its 1984-1985 season. The blessing became a curse, however, when David failed to gel with the SNL crew, his brief tenure on the show yielding only one on-air sketch, which was relegated to the evening's final segment. David spent much of the rest of the '80s appearing in small roles in such films as Radio Days (1987) and New York Stories (1989). As the decade drew to a close, Seinfeld was in negotiations to develop a pilot for NBC, and he turned to his old friend David for inspiration, thus giving birth to the wildly popular "show about nothing." Starring Seinfeld, Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jason Alexander as a quartet of self-involved New Yorkers, Seinfeld debuted in 1990 (after its 1989 pilot episode) and remained on the air for nine seasons. In addition to serving as one of the driving creative forces of the show, David was also the inspiration for the George Constanza character (Alexander) and frequently provided voice-over work. In 1996, David took a sabbatical from the series in order to try his hand at writing and directing a feature film. Though Sour Grapes didn't exactly strike gold at the box office, it did offer a healthy dose of David's trademark acerbic humor and eventually found a second life on the home video market. David returned to Seinfeld in 1998 to craft its final episode. Although he initially opposed returning to the rigors of television, 1999 saw the airing of the HBO special Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, which, told in mockumentary style, echoed the comedian's past by weaving the tale of a failed former standup comic whose bid to return to the spotlight yielded predictably disastrous results. The show was a hit and prompted HBO to offer David his own series. Beginning its fourth season in 2004, the Emmy-nominated Curb Your Enthusiasm continued to detail David's day-to-day strife in an unrestrained fashion that had network censors blushing and audiences laughing. That same year, David served as a co-screenwriter and executive producer of the Barry Levinson film Envy, a black comedy starring Ben Stiller and Jack Black.

Movie Credits
The Korean Bookie (2005)
[ Jeff Garlin ]
The Ski Lift (2005)
[ Mekhi Phifer ][ Jeff Garlin ][ Stuart Pankin ]
The Seder (2005)
[ Jeff Garlin ]
The Smoking Jacket (2005)
[ Jeff Garlin ][ James Pickens Jr. ]
Sour Grapes (1998)
[ Craig Bierko ][ Philip Baker Hall ][ Orlando Jones ][ Steven Weber ][ Matt Keeslar ]
The Muffin Tops (1997)
The Nap (1997)
The Bottle Deposit (1996)
The Calzone (1996)
New York Stories (1989)
[ Steve Buscemi ][ Woody Allen ][ Martin Scorsese ][ Nick Nolte ][ Chris Elliott ]
Radio Days (1987)
[ Seth Green ][ Woody Allen ][ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ Frank Sinatra ]
Episode #10.4 (1984)
Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983)
[ Michael Margotta ][ Michael Emil ]
Second Thoughts (1983)
[ Joe Mantegna ][ Craig Wasson ][ David R. Ellis ]


  • As he grew richer, with a Forbes-estimated fortune of more than 0 million for his role as co-creator of "Seinfeld" (1990), this otherwise hapless, former failed stand-up comic says that he developed an allergy to caviar, which "was the perfect metaphor for my life."
  • Was a writer on "Saturday Night Live" (1975) for one season. In that entire season, David got only one sketch that he had written on the air, and it was the last sketch of the night.
  • Was the inspiration for the character of George Constanza on "Seinfeld" (1990).
  • Roger Ebert gave his major motion picture writing-directing debut Sour Grapes (1998) a zero-star review (a rating Roger saves for especially bad movies he finds to be "evil"). David got his revenge on his new show "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (2000) where a food critic (who just happens to use a thumbs up/thumbs down approach to his reviews) gets his thumb broken at the end. Roger loves the show, though he recalls wincing at that thumb-breaking scene.
  • Close friend of writer Damien Furey.
  • Graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in history.
  • Is a New York Yankees fan.
  • Was a cast member of the TV series "Fridays" (1980). Another cast member was Michael Richards, who later played Kramer on "Seinfeld" (1990).
  • Once neighbors with Kenny Kramer.

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