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Larry David Discusses "Seinfeld."

Larry David, the co creator, executive producer, and on of the writers of the comedy series "Seinfeld." David's also the basis for the character "George," Jerry Seinfeld's neurotic best friend. He was a writer for Saturday Night Live and the short lived ABC late night series, "Fridays."


Other segments from the episode on January 2, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 2, 1992: Interview with Larry David; Interview with Sandra Cisneros; Review of John Corigliano's opera "The Ghosts of Versailles."


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