TV - Movies
Larry David's
Impression Of
Seinfeld's George
Constanza Will
Have You In Tears
By HEATHER E. SCHWARTZ
When Larry David co-wrote "Seinfeld" and created George Costanza (played by Jason Alexander), he based the character on his own less-than-admirable personality quirks. However, when David tried to do his own impression of the character, his attempts pivoted into a whole new comedy realm.
In the "Seinfeld" reunion episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” David jumps in to take over the role of George. David gives the role his all, imitating George's sarcastic snickers, booming delivery, and overall angry attitude. The result, however, falls humorously flat.
We see David proving he's not cut out for the role, and while Alexander gives him a good review, in the end, the rest of the cast says otherwise. "I don't really do a good impression of George," he notes. "It's not easy. It's slightly unpleasant."

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