Collection of pictures from Seinfeld.
Selection of sounds from Senfeld.
Collection of Seinfeld Movies.
Scripts from most episodes.
Search for pictures, sounds, movies, scripts and more by
Information on your favourite characters.
Information perhaps you didn't know about Seinfeld.
Anything that doesn't come under the above categories.
Something you can't find on this site, have a look at
Feedback, problems, links.... Feel free to E-Mail me.
George Costanza Jason Alexander
Born and raised in New Jersey, Jason
Alexander began his acting career at age 17, performing
in the children's specials "The Pushcart Players:
Feelings and Friends." He received a drama
scholarship to Boston University, where he won the
prestigious Harold C. Case Award for scholarship and
service. During college he also became a working actor,
appearing in national commercials.
A Tony Award winner for his 1989 performance in
"Jerome Robbins' Broadway" (Best Actor in a
Musical), Alexander has extensive stage experience,
having starred in the Broadway productions "Broadway
Bound," "The Rink" and "Merrily We
Roll Along," and in the off-Broadway shows
"Personals," "Forbidden Broadway" and
"Stop the World, I Want to Get Off." In Los
Angeles, he portrayed Harry Truman in the one-man play
"Give 'Em Hell Harry" and recently starred in
"Promises, Promises" for Reprise! Broadway's
Best in Concert.
His TV credits include NBC's miniseries "Favorite
Son," the movies "Rockabye" and
"Senior Trip" and the series "Everything's
Relative" and "E/R." He also starred in
the television version of "Bye Bye Birdie"
opposite Vanessa Williams and recently filmed a role for
the TV movie "Cinderella" with Whitney Houston.
He won rave reviews for his song-and-dance numbers in the
NBC special "The Comedy Hall of Fame,"
"The Kennedy Center Honors" special and when he
co-hosted "The 1995 Emmy Awards." He provided
the voice of Hugo in the animated film "Hunchback of
Notre Dame," and he also supplied the voice of the
lead character for the TV series "Duckman." He
performed with the Boston Pops on PBS and sang with the
orchestra again at Carnegie Hall.
As a director, Alexander's first effort behind the
camera, for an episode of "Seinfeld," was
nominated for a DGA Award. His film directing debut was a
romantic comedy "For Better or Worse," in which
he also starred opposite Lolita Davidovich and James
Woods. During his most recent hiatus, he also directed an
episode of AMC's "Remember WENN."
Alexander--who has earned six Emmy Award nominations
(1992-97) and three Golden Globe nominations for his
portrayal of George on "Seinfeld"--was the
winner of two American Comedy Awards (Funniest Supporting
Male/Television), a 1993 American Television Award for
Best Supporting Actor/Comedy and a 1995 Screen Actors
Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor
in a Comedy Series.
Alexander is married to writer/actress Daena Title. They
live in Los Angeles with their two young sons.
Alexander's birthday is September 23.