Larry David is a comedian, actor and writer best known for co-creating the series Seinfeld. He served as a writer and cast member on ABC's live comedy show Fridays from 1980 to 1982 before joining NBC's Saturday Night Live as a writer in 1984. After leaving the show, David partnered with Jerry Seinfeld to create Seinfeld in 1989. The long-running NBC series became a massive commercial and critical success, earning David an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 1993. Following the show's conclusion in 1998, David created the HBO comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm, in which he plays a fictionalized version of himself. He has earned 12 Emmy nominations for the series. Recently, David reteamed with HBO for the 2013 TV movie Clear History, which he co-wrote and starred in. In 2015, David made his Broadway debut in the play Fish in the Dark, which he also wrote.