What Really Happened To The Man Who Played George On Seinfeld

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Jason Alexander is unquestionably best known for one role, but what a role it was: high-strung lucky loser George Costanza on Seinfeld. He was just 29 when the show premiered in 1989. Playing an iconic character early in one’s career can be a double-edged sword. Sure, the job security, money, and being a part of TV history are nice, but it’s hard for an audience to accept actors in other roles after they’re so closely associated with one familiar character. Believe it or not, Alexander has had a colorful, balanced, and sometimes glamorous career after Seinfeld. Here’s what he’s been up to recently…

Cursed to fail | 0:35
Taking charge | 1:19
Song-and-dance Man | 1:53
On the road, on stage | 2:32
On the road, on TV | 3:03
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict | 3:32
Too rich to work too hard | 4:00

Read more here → https://www.looper.com/110494/real-reason-dont-hear-jason-alexander-anymore/

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