Feature acting debut in "Second Thoughts"
Performed as a stand-up comedian in New York City
Had a small role as a Communist neighbor in Woody Allen's nostalgic "Radio Days"
Feature writing and directing debut, "Sour Grapes"; produced by wife Laurie David
Appeared in Henry Jaglom's film "Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?"
Re-teamed with Woody Allen for "Oedipus Wrecks," a segment of the anthology movie "New York Stories"
Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in Comedy Series
Appeared in the big screen remake of "The Three Stooges," directed by the Farrelly brothers
Re-teamed with Woody Allen to star in his New York-based comedy "Whatever Works"
Wrote, produced and starred in the HBO comedy special "Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm"
Hired as a writer and performer on ABC's late-night comedy series "Fridays"; Michael Richards was also in the cast
Teamed up with comedian Jerry Seinfeld to create NBC's "Seinfeld" (first aired as "The Seinfeld Chronicles"); was also co-producer and writer; appeared occasionally as the voice of George Steinbrenner and Frank Costanza's lawyer; left at the end of Season 7, but returned to pen the series finale in 1998; received multiple Emmy Award nominations for writing and producing from 1991-1996
Spent one season as a writer on NBC's "Saturday Night Live"; met Julia Louis-Dreyfus who was a cast member
Appeared on several episodes of "Saturday Night Live" during the 2016 election season as senator Bernie Sanders