Tell me a little about Larry David, whom I enjoy watching in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” on TV Land.
—Jack Goldsmith, Minneapolis, Minn.
Brooklyn-born David, 65, was the head writer, executive producer and co-creator of the TV series “Seinfeld” (1989-1996) with the show’s star. He earned a degree from the University of Maryland in history before turning to stand-up comedy in 1974, and then wrote for “Fridays” and “Saturday Night Live.” The Emmy winner is divorced and has two teenage daughters. David played an irritable nun in last year’s “The Three Stooges” movie and is putting the wraps on “Clear History,” a comedy film for HBO.