Jerry Seinfeld — the comedian and vintage car collector who last year sold off 15 Porsches for $22 million — rolled up to his New Yorker Festival talk over the weekend in a 1963 Corvette and “drove around until he found a parking spot on the street,” a spy said.
At the New York Society for Ethical Culture on the Upper West Side, in a Q&A with David Remnick, Seinfeld said of his current relationship with his former hit “Seinfeld” cast, “There was never any acrimony … We never had any falling out. But, you know, in life, what happens is you’re with certain people at certain times in your life, and then years go by, and people move, and they get families. And sometimes they … go in other directions.”
But “they still like each other.”
He added, “My daughter is saying to me, ‘Why don’t I get a text thread of the four of us?’ But [‘Seinfeld’ co-creator] Larry [David] and I had dinner last week. I talked to Julia [Louis-Dreyfus] tonight. I’m seeing Michael [Richards] in a couple weeks.” But “we don’t get together like you want us to.”