Kalman Seinfeld is the late father of Jerry Seinfeld, who is a writer, producer, and comedian by profession.
He was married to Betty Seinfeld, who was a dressmaker. He died at the age of 67.
Son's Married Life
Jerry is happily married to Jessica Seinfeld. They tied the knot in 1998, a year after dating each other.
They have been married for more than two decades. Jessica was already married when she met Jerry for the first time. The couple met for the first time in the gym.
But she was struggling with her relationship, and she fell for Jerry.
His son Jerry is 69 years old.
His son Jerry's net worth is estimated to be $950 million.
He has earned this fortune from his career as a comedian, actor, producer, and writer.
He earned hefty from the sitcom Seinfeld written by himself and Larry David.
He is one of the most successful comedians of all time.
Jerry Once Dated A Teenager
Jerry dated a 17 years old teenager Shoshanna Lonstein when he was 38.
He was in New York central park when a young lady caught his eye. He found her very attractive. He asked for her number immediately.
Their relationship became serious later. Jerry often used to visit her every weekend at her University.
She also used to come to see him in Los Angeles, where he used to live. They got separated in 1997.
Lonstein said she wanted to run and play, but Jerry was always busy making TV shows.
Later in a radio interview, Jerry admitted she was the only young girl with whom he ever went out, but he denied that they were dating.
He said that they just went to a restaurant.
Jerry Was Fired From Benson
Years before creating his sitcom Jerry played a role in the broad and silly ABC comedy series Benson.
Jerry played the role of Frankie, who fancied himself to be a standup comedian.
According to New York Times, the makers of Benson and Seinfeld couldn’t agree on how the character Frankie should be played.
At last, the producer of the show decided to fire him.
Many years later, in an interview with the New York Post, he revealed that he was never informed that he was removed from the show.
He got to know about it when he went to his rehearsal.
Jerry Talked About Living In The 60s
Jerry said that he felt great when he turned 60.
He said that at 60, you have the right to do everything you were not supposed to do when you were younger.
He shared he can say no when people ask him to do something. He doesn’t have to give any excuse or explanation.
He said when people ask him to see things, he doesn’t feel like watching them as he has already seen them or is not interested in seeing them.
He does not care about anything.
Jerry Discussed Dealing With His Fans
Jerry said that meeting and greeting fans is part of his job. He shared he didn't want people to yell at him and be touched by strangers.
He said he wanted to have some civility when they met him. He recalled a guy coming to him and saying he knew you hated everyone.
He liked his lines. He said his fans knew about his personality and that he was slightly cranky and prickly than they saw him in sitcoms.
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