In the beginning of David’s career he was participating in a lot of stand-up, but he was also co-creating with Jerry Seinfeld a television series called The Seinfeld Chronicles – which later became famously known as just Seinfeld. It wasn’t until the late 1980′s when he stopped performing live due to the success of his hit show.
In a 1999 HBO mockumentary, David pretended to cancel a comeback gig due to nervousness.
While being interviewed by HLN’s Joy Behar, David let out his desire to come back to the stage and perform again. ”I would like to do it again. And I’m going to,” he stated. “I don’t know when, but I will.”
Behar showed some of David’s earlier stand-up and comedic work which stirred up some amusement about his frizzy hair.”Here’s what I don’t get. I look in a mirror [and] I see what I look like now…. When I was looking in the mirror [back then], what was I looking at?” David joked. “What was going through my head? Was I looking at my teeth?”
Susie Essman, colleague and co-star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, recently teased about David’s consistent habit of threatening to end the HBO television show after each season ends.
The eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm premiered last night, Sunday July 10th.
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