At $4-million a pop, these Super Bowl commercials really pack a punch! We’ve put together a list of the best ads of 2014, from Jerry Seinfeld to Doberhuahua…“Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
A mini “Seinfeld” reunion, featuring Jerry, George and Newman!
Raise your hand if you want a “Seinfeld” reunion!
While funnyman Jerry Seinfeld isn’t giving a lot of details about a “secret project” he’s working on, it looks like it will involve “Seinfeld” pals Jason Alexander and Larry David.
“Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon took a stab at Abbott & Costello’s famous “Who’s On First” bit, with a little help from Billy Crystal and Jerry Seinfeld!
Announcer Steve Higgins is the befuddled Costello, and Fallon is Abbott, with a twist on the classic skit with Billy, head writer A.D. Miles and Jerry stepping in as baseball players, Who, What and I Don’t Know.
The Hamptons is the ultimate coastal getaway for celebrities, offering beachfront mansions and super-luxe country living.
Madonna owns a 50-acre horse farm worth $12 million in this vacation hotspot, while Jerry Seinfeld paid a whopping $32 million for Billy Joel’s former estate.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is headed back to primetime with a guest-starring role on the FX favorite, “Louie.”
Funnyman Jerry Seinfeld dished about taking over Regis Philbin's spot on "Live with Regis and Kelly," telling "Extra," "I haven't had a job in 35 years, I'm not looking for one now."
Jerry, his wife Jessica, Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos attended "A Night of Comedy with Jerry Seinfeld and Friends" at the Baby Buggy Foundation's 10th Anniversary gala in NYC to help needy families with clothing, gear and services.
Sirius XM Radio will present a special edition of the Tom Papa Show, "Come to Papa," with Jerry Seinfeld, as part of an exclusive four-week comedy series on Raw Dog Comedy.
Listeners are invited to eavesdrop on Seinfeld and the "Marriage Ref" host Papa as the two old friends reminisce about shared experiences, television adventures, cross-country road trips and sources of their comedic inspiration.
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"Extra" caught up with comedian Jerry Seinfeld at the Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair Party and gave us the inside scoop on why he loves Donald Trump, despite Trump's recent public rant aimed at Jerry for pulling out of his son's charity event.
Seinfeld said, "Let me say this about Donald Trump. I love Donald Trump, all comedians love Donald Trump. If God gave comedians the power to invent people, the first person we would invent is Donald Trump... God's gift to comedy."