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Seinfeld's George Costanza Would Be Staying With His Parents Right Now, Jason Alexander Says

It's been roughly 23 years since we last caught a glimpse of George Costanza on Seinfeld, incarcerated in a holding cell with Jerry, Elaine, and Kramer before being shipped off to prison for breaking a good samaritan law, leaving fans with one burning question -- What, exactly has Costanza been up to for the past quarter-ish-century? Well, in true Seinfeld fashion, it seems the answer is a whole lot of nothing, at least according to Jason Alexander, who recently spoke with Us Weekly about the shenanigans his iconic character has gotten up to since 1998's “The Finale."
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‘Seinfeld’: Jason Alexander Once Explained Why Larry David Quit After Season 5 — ‘He Couldn’t Do That Anymore’

Without Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, the hit ’90s sitcom Seinfeld wouldn’t exist at all. The two friends came up with the idea for the show while wandering around New York City making fun of everything they saw. During this event, they decided the concept was funny enough to turn into a half-hour comedy. The series broke the mold for a “typical” sitcom structure. But eventually, Seinfeld inspired so many copycats thanks to its massive success.
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Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander: Where George Costanza Would Be Today If ‘He Got Out of Prison’

They broke out! George Costanza and his pals Jerry, Elaine and Kramer are no longer behind bars — according to Jason Alexander. “I mean, you’re assuming he got out of prison?” the actor, 61, exclusively told Us Weekly. “You’d have to think today, because apparently, he made all his money. If you saw the Curb [Your Enthusiasm] reunion, he made all his money with the iToilet app and then lost it to Bernie Madoff. So, my imagining is that George is probably quarantined in with his parents and refuses to leave the room. He only eats through some sort of food app and will not come out of his room.”
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How Our Indie Comedy Landed Jason Alexander (and the Wrath of Fox News)

We pull back the curtain on the independent film Faith Based. Written by Luke Barnett, Vincent Masciale, and Tanner Thomason. When our first film, an ultra-low-budget horror-comedy called Fear, Inc., got into Tribeca in 2016, we assumed we’d be doing a Marvel movie in no time. Or, at the very least, have a show on the air. Three years later, that was not the case.
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Frogger Is Getting A Game Show, And It Better Be Hosted By Seinfeld's Jason Alexander

With all the high-profile video game adaptations currently making waves, from HBO's The Last of Us TV series with Pedro Pascal to the long-awaited Uncharted film franchise fronted by Tom Holland, it doesn't look like the overall trend is going away anytime soon. (Still waiting on that Legend of Zelda TV show, though, Nintendo.) The latest classic digital pastime that will get a live-action adaptation is the 40-year-old arcade game Frogger, and I think most TV fans would agree that this new show definitely needs get Seinfeld vet Jason Alexander involved.

Jason Alexander says people hated him after 'Pretty Woman'

One of the film's that has stood the test of time is "Pretty Woman," which placed second right behind "You've Got Mail" in our rom-com bracket for an upset that left many die-hard fans disappointed. (Me.) In a new interview, Jason Alexander is opening up about the impact the film...

Cincinnati nonprofit to benefit from P&G Super Bowl ad featuring Jason Alexander

One of Sunday’s funniest Super Bowl commercials was for Procter & Gamble's Tide and there's a tie-in to a local charity. © 2021 American City Business Journals. All rights reserved. Use of and/or registration on any portion of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement (updated 1/1/21) and Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (updated 1/1/21). The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of American City Business Journals.

Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander is charged with DUI

Jason Alexander, who was briefly married in 2004 to his childhood pal Britney Spears, has been charged in Tennessee with driving under the influence. Alexander, 39, is due in court in April after the alleged Jan. 25 offense, according to Davidson County criminal court records. Jason Alexander, the first ex-husband...
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Britney Spears’ Ex Husband, Jason Alexander, Arrested For DUI & Drug Charges

On January 26, Jason Alexander, the ex-husband of Britney Spears, was arrested on DUI and drug related charges. Alexander was known to be a childhood friend of Spears prior to his arrest. The two married in January 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada, only to have their marriage annulled a mere fifty-five hours later due to a petition to the court that stated Spears “lacked understanding of her actions.” A few months after Alexander’s extremely brief marriage to Spears, the latter married the popular rapper and backup dancer Kevin Federline. Alexander claimed that getting married in Las Vegas was Spears’ idea while the two were apparently under the influence at a party.
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Jason Alexander Endorsed This ‘Brilliant’ ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion In The Style Of ‘Twin Peaks’

Jerry Seinfeld has said there will never be a Seinfeld reunion, and unlike the Friends reunion that was also supposed to never happen (a special is close enough), I believe him. “I don’t like seeing old people on TV,” Seinfeld explained to Howard Stern last year. “I don’t want to inflict myself on people in a deteriorated state… I am a perfectionist that way. That’s why obviously I didn’t do another TV series. I’m not gonna try and beat that.”
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Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander arrested for DUI, drugs

Britney Spears shows off new short haircut: ‘Out with the old, in with the new’. Britney Spears’ ex-husband was arrested in Nashville last month. Sheriff’s officers booked Jason Alexander, 39, on Jan. 26 on three misdemeanor charges: driving under the influence, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and possession or casual exchange of a controlled substance, Page Six has confirmed.