Jerry Seinfeld on Coming Out as Funny to His Parents | The New Yorker Festival

The comedian Jerry Seinfeld sits down with David Remnick to discuss his creative process, working with Larry David, and revealing his talents to his parents.

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Jerry Seinfeld on Coming Out as Funny to His Parents | The New Yorker Festival

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  1. With every interview, he comes off as an obnoxious narcissist. I mean good for him and his success and his 800 Million but honestly… All of his interviews are at least awkward and most fans that he meets complain about something he did in terms of behaviour or deed. I feel he's not the kind of person one wants to be around at any given time.

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