Larry David was born in Brooklyn, New York. In 1982, he was hired as a writer for Saturday Night Live, where he worked for a year. In 1989, Jerry Seinfeld asked David to help him develop a sitcom. David wrote and produced Seinfeld until 1996. He also acted in bit roles. In 1998, he wrote and directed the film, Sour Grapes. The following year, he created the critically-acclaimed series Curb Your Enthusiasm for HBO. Most recently, David has appeared on SNL numerous times for his impersonations of Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders. David married Laurie Lennard in 1993. The couple has two daughters.