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Larry David was the co-creator of the hit sitcom Seinfeld, along with Jerry Seinfeld. He was also the shows lead writer and producer from 1989-1996. Starting as a stand-up comedian, David switched to television in the early 1980s. He started out writing for ABC’s Fridays and eventually did some work for Saturday Night Live.
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In 1988, David and Seinfeld teamed up to create what would become one of the most successful shows in television history. Occasionally, he made cameo appearances in the show, but was always uncredited. Overall, he appeared in more than 15 episodes. He was also the major inspiration for the character George Costanza.
As one of the major writers for the show, David was the lead writer on more than 60 episodes and eventually left after the seventh season. However, he would still do the voice of George Steinbrenner and came back to help write "The Finale" at the end of season nine.
The following are his top ten cameo appearances on Seinfeld.