Panelist, "The Marriage Ref"
Larry David is a producer, actor and writer, actor. He began his comedy career in stand-up in the 1970s before landing a job as a writer and performer for ABC's "Fridays" in 1979, where he worked with Michael Richards. He appeared in several Woody Allen films and eventually went on to write for NBC's "Saturday Night Live" (where he met Julia Louis Dreyfus). In 1989, he teamed up with fellow New Yorker and comedian Jerry Seinfeld to develop a sitcom for NBC, based on single life in New York. "Seinfeld" went on to become one of the most successful and beloved TV shows of all time.
He went on to write and direct a feature film, "Sour Grapes," in 1998. In 1999 he wrote and starred in a one-hour special for HBO, "Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm." The special was so well received it became a full-fledged series on HBO. Its most recent season included a multi-episode plot centered on the idea of a "Seinfeld" reunion.
David's work has been recognized with numerous Emmy and Golden Globe nominations and awards.