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Jerry Seinfeld Net Worth

Jerry Seinfeld Net Worth

Net Worth: $720 Million

  • Source of Wealth Television
  • Age 59 years old
  • Birth Place Brooklyn, New York, United States
  • Height 5' 11" (1.80 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Jessica Seinfeld)
  • Full Name Jerome "Jerry" Seinfeld
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth April 29, 1954
  • Ethnicity Hungarian, Jewish, Syrian
  • Weight 170 lbs (77 kg)
  • Occupation Comedian, Actor, Producer
  • Education Queens College
  • Children 3 (Sascha, Julian Kal, Shepherd Kellen)
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About Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld came from Brooklyn, New York and was born as the son of Betty and Kalman Seinfeld. His father, Kalman, came from a Hungarian Jewish descent. He moved with his family, along with his sister Carolyn, to suburban Massepequa, Long Island, when he was still young. The dad of Jerry had a terrific sense of humor and was a commercial sign maker. His current net worth is at $720 million.

Jerry initially went to Oswego College in upstate New York but he transferred to Queens College in New York City. Jerry developed an individual interest in stand-up comedy after brief stints in productions when he was in college. Right after college, he went straight to amateur night try-out at New York.

Jerry continued his performance in Catskill Mountain resorts and local clubs until an appearance on an HBO special by Rodney Dangerfield boosted his career in 1976. After his first successful spot on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962), his career took off. After that were his appearances on various shows. He appeared on the Frankie on Benson (1979) sitcom four times, but the show abruptly fired him. An invitation to create a sitcom for NBC in 1989 became his opportunity. He teamed up with Larry David, a one-time stand-up colleague. 


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