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Seinfeld to Unveil New Comedy Routine on Letterman
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Superstar comedian Jerry Seinfeld plans to try out an all-new routine this Thursday on the CBS “Late Show with David Letterman,” his first TV stand-up performance since his last visit with Letterman in March 2001.
Seinfeld’s most recent “Late Show” appearance comes as the former television sitcom star promotes his newly released film “Comedian,” a behind-the-scenes look at the stand-up circuit from his perspective and that of up-and-coming comedy talents.
Seinfeld recently appeared with Letterman’s NBC rival, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” to talk about his movie and the release of his illustrated children’s book, “Halloween.” And while he showed a clip from the movie in which he and Leno were seen joking together, Seinfeld did not perform any stand-up on the show.
Seinfeld’s previous “Late Show” visit in March 2001 marked his return to television stand-up comedy after nearly three years. Prior to that, he had last performed TV stand-up during his August 1998 HBO comedy special, “I’m Telling You for the Last Time.”
His self-titled NBC sitcom, starring Seinfeld as a New York comedian hanging out with three of his pals — Elaine, George and Kramer — was one of the biggest prime-time hits of the 1990s and was ranked this year by the editors of TV Guide magazine as the greatest television show of all time.
CBS is owned by Viacom Inc. and NBC is part of General Electric Co.