Lawrence Eugene David or Larry David, is an American comedian, actor, writer, director and producer. He studied in the University of Maryland and finished with a degree in History. David’s way to stardom started in New York in mid-1970’s when he performed as a stand-up comedian from which led him to write NBC’s Saturday Night Live show. After a series of short film roles, he and Jerry Seinfeld created one of the most influential sitcoms of all time, Senfield of which he took the role of the head writer and executive producer. David also wrote and directed the movie Sour Grapes and in 1999, he gained another success in HBO special Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm.