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Film, theater and television actor Jason Alexander played George Costanza opposite Jerry Seinfeld on the popular television sitcom Seinfeld.
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After Seinfeld signed off in 1998, Alexander tackled a variety of projects. He had two sitcoms—Bob Patterson in 2001 and Listen Up from 2004 to 2005—and made guest appearances on such shows as Monk and Curb Your Enthusiasm featuring Seinfeld alum Larry David.
On the big screen, Alexander has appeared in a number of comedies,
including 2001's Shallow Hal with Jack Black. Much of his energy, however, has been devoted to theatrical projects. Alexander co-starred with Martin Short in the Los Angeles production of the hit musical The Producers in 2003. Currently, he serves as the creative director for the Reprise Theatre Company in Los Angeles. He has appeared in and directed several of the company's productions.
Outside of acting, Alexander is a supporter of many charities, including the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Autism Speaks, and Aid for AIDS. He is married to screenwriter Daena E. Title. The couple has two children: Gabriel, born in 1991, and Noah, born in 1996.
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