The veteran American actor and comedian Larry David has been an inspiration to many aspiring artists who think of making a place in the entertainment industry. The 72-year-old Larry, whose real name is Lawrence Gene David, is also a renowned writer, television producer, and director.
Known for his sense of humor, Larry began his career in 1980 and has been proving his versatility through his works. Larry, who has already tasted the success of his prolific career, has experienced a failed marriage. However, he doesn't feel sad about his unsuccessful married life but instead calls himself as a "happily divorced man."
Larry David’s Married Life: Wife, Children
Larry David was married to an environmentalist and producer, Laurie Lennard on 31 March 1993. However, their marital relationship could not last long which resulted in separation. Following the sourness in their relationship, Larry's wife Laurie Lennard filed the divorce case. She filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences.” The duo got separated in 2007, after 14 years of marriage.
In the course of one and a half-decade of marriage, Larry and his ex-wife Laurie welcomed two children. The estranged couple is parents to two daughters named Cazzie David and Romy David. Cazzie David was born in 1994 whereas her sibling sister Romy David was born in 1996.
Cazzie is an actress, blogger, and writer, whereas her sister, Romy is also an actress known for her role in Hannah Montana. Born with beauty and talent, Cazzie appeared in Half-Empty in 2019.
Well, the actor has a very good relationship with his daughters. He doesn't describe himself as a great dad but considers him as a good father. Similarly, when it comes to relationship status, he likes to describe himself as a happily divorced man. During an interview with Rolling Stone magazine in July 2011, he stated that he's not interested to get married again.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Larry David?
Larry David has a net worth of $400 million as of 2019. His source of income is from being writer, producer, comedian, and actor. He started his career as a writer and cast member on the ABC sketch show Fridays from 1980 to 1982.
After working there for 2 years, he got another job in 1984. He then started working as a writer for Saturday Night Live till 1985. During that time, he got a chance to work with many stars and personalities such as future Seinfeld stars Michael Richards on Fridays and Julia Louis-Dreyfus on SNL.
Larry got huge success when he teamed up with Jerry Seinfeld in 1989. They created a pilot for NBC which was originally named as, “The Seinfeld Chronicles.” Eventually, that show was later named as Seinfeld. He became the co-creator and executive producer of that show and it was successful to run 180 episodes between 1989 and 1998. Out of 180, he wrote 62 episodes, including the episode "The Contest.” That episode was successful to win an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Larry also created, executed and produced HBO sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm, which has been successfully running since 2000. Most recently, he was seen in Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Saturday Night Live.
Short Wiki And Bio
Larry David was born on July 2, 1947, in Brooklyn, New York, USA. His parent’s names are Rose David and Mortimer Julius "Morty" David.
Talking about his height and age, he is 5' 11" (1.8 m) and 72 years old respectively. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in history and Business Administration from the Robert H. Smith School of Business.