Monday, October 22, 2007

Jerry Seinfeld: If You Don’t Use it…

Ever wondered what’s become of actor/comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, after he blew the final whistle on his ‘Seinfeld’ television sitcom?

A New York Times journalist catches up with the star, traces the gigs he has got in these last nine years including the project he has buzzing at the moment.

Speaking about the value of a one-hour stand-up show that he currently does, Seinfeld feels that he’s not performing enough at the moment saying: “No matter how many times you’ve done it in the past, it’s got to be polished or it goes away…The act just packs up and starts walking away.”

There’s much more to this interesting update that can be read at this link:

Dave Itzkoff, ‘What Do You Do After Nothing? New York Times, 21 October 2007.

Image: Jerry Seinfeld, ‘That’s All Folks!’ Or is it?