The Larry David Story: A Parallel Universe Biography [NOOK Book]

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Back Cover: As a struggling young comedian in the early 1970s, Larry David couldn’t take a bite out of The Big Apple. He literally walked the streets of New York looking for a place to live if he became homeless.

Larry’s struggles eventually came to an end and he went on to become, arguably, the most successful comedy writer of all time, going from a penniless likely-bum to ...
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The Larry David Story: A Parallel Universe Biography

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Overview

Back Cover: As a struggling young comedian in the early 1970s, Larry David couldn’t take a bite out of The Big Apple. He literally walked the streets of New York looking for a place to live if he became homeless.

Larry’s struggles eventually came to an end and he went on to become, arguably, the most successful comedy writer of all time, going from a penniless likely-bum to earning over $400,000,000 as one of Hollywood’s most iconic characters.

But what if he never beat the odds? What if he actually became the homeless vision of his nightmarish anxiety? Welcome to the world’s first parallel universe biography.

A parallel universe biography of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David.

Contains biographical information on Larry David and tells his life story from an irreverent and unique perspective.
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Editorial Reviews

Danny Costa
It's not a story about "nothing."
David Hamilton
What an enjoyable ride The Larry David Story was. I thought with the Seinfeld reunion in Curb I had seen it all, but even it did not compare to the wild HILARITY here.

Larry as a homeless guy in a parallel universe - what a great and classic idea.

Instead of giving you a bunch of spoilers, I will simply say check it out for yourself.
Kenny Kramer
Great cover and concept.
Paul Samuel Dolman
This story has heart and soul, despite being about Larry David.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011988684
  • Publisher: Indiana Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 156
  • Sales rank: 1,174,234
  • File size: 122 KB

Meet the Author

Jason Allen graduated from UCLA with degrees in English Literature and Film. He’s been featured on several national and international TV shows, YouTube, and MySpace for his irreverent comedic style.
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