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'Seinfeld': Where are they now?

Updated 10:03 AM ET, Tue December 1, 2015
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Take a look at the stars of the seminal series "Seinfeld," then and now. Joey Delvalle/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
When his series premiered in 1989, Seinfeld was best known as a stand-up comic who made the rounds of the late-night shows. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Now, Seinfeld is considered an elder statesman of comedy and has a successful Web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." An ad with former co-star Jason Alexander aired during the 2014 Super Bowl and furthered speculation that a "Seinfeld" reunion might be in the works. Sony Pictures Television
Alexander couldn't have been more lovably annoying as George Costanza. NBCU Photo Bank/getty images
While Alexander hasn't snagged a permanent weekly gig, he is apt to show up in any number of shows, like as "Mountain Man" in an episode of "Community." Justin Lubin/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/getty images
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who played Elaine Benes, was the queen of the cast. Monty Brinton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
These days, Louis-Dreyfus is enjoying continued success with a starring role on the HBO series "Veep," which won her a Screen Actors Guild Award. LACEY TERRELL/HBO
Michael Richards won fans over as Cosmo Kramer, seen here with Liz Sheridan as Helen Seinfeld. Darius Anthony/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Richards ran into some tough times in 2006 after a rant at one of his comedy shows included some racial epithets. But he has bounced back. In 2013, he could be seen on the TV Land series "Kirstie," starring Kirstie Alley. Evans Vestal Ward/TVLand
Wayne Knight portrayed Jerry's nemesis, Newman, and "Hello Newman" became a catchphrase of the show. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Since 2011, Knight, shown here with David Alan Basche, has had a role as Haskell Lutz on the TV Land series "The Exes." Evans Vestal Ward/TVLand
Jerry Stiller played George's long-suffering father, Frank Costanza -- a role that took his fame as a comic actor to new heights. Michael Yarish/NBCU Photo Bank/getty images
Stiller found more sitcom gold as Arthur Spooner on the CBS series "The King of Queens." That series ended in 2007. Brad Barket/Getty Images
Estelle Harris starred as George's mother, Estelle Costanza. Margaret Norton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Harris has stayed busy acting and doing voice work, including roles on the animated series "Futurama" and the voice of Mrs. Potato Head in the "Toy Story" franchise. Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic/getty images
John O'Hurley was often the butt of the joke as J. Peterman when he teamed up with Louis-Dreyfus. Joey Delvalle/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
O'Hurley has remained popular since the end of "Seinfeld." He was a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2005, and he was host of "Family Feud" from 2006 to 2010. He also has been host of the annual National Dog Show Presented by Purina. Bill McCay/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/getty images