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Jerry Seinfeld Still Brings Home $85 Million A Year

Jerry Seinfeld Still Brings Home $85 Million A Year
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16 Responses to “Jerry Seinfeld Still Brings Home $85 Million A Year”

  1. 1
    Coolspotters.com Says:

    Jerry deserves it, he’s had a very successful career (during the 90s) and is a pretty funny guy IMO.

  2. 2
    NJ Says:

    He deserves $85 million? Why? I can think of a thousand people, firefighters, nurses, volunteers, doctors, wounded soldiers who deserve 0.01% of what this has-been bozo is raking in. Yes, he’s funny. Yes, it was a great show in the 90s. But $85 million/year for one mediocre actor? No wonder we are in a global financial crisis.

  3. 3
    cutie pie Says:

    NJ, i totally agree .. what does he do to deserve 85 million, please i see why we are in a crisis also, makes no sense . the real workers like you mentioned deserve that type of money.. no wonder this Country is messed and folks from othere places hate America. but hate the real a-holes not the little people who have been pushed aside by these money grubbing money thiefing idiots!

  4. 4
    Noticias de famosos Says:

    85 million? nor even the best player in the world! is neither half
    normal earning similar amounts, while people are
    hunger and poverty and moving them about money in handfuls …
    I’m not saying they win … but how the whole world who has a salary
    commensurate with their work, not so disproportionate.

  5. 5
    cutie pie Says:

    oh yeah and hes not that funny to me!

  6. 6
    CRazy oldie Says:

    $85M a year!? this guy is funny, but not $85M funny.

    Heidi will put anything in her mouth for money…they call that a prostitute in my town.

  7. 7
    Dawn9476 Says:

    He gets it because he created Seinfeld. It is still very successful in syndication. And why shouldn’t he get that much? The Studio probably rakes in two or three times that from the Syndication of the show. Why shouldn’t Jerry get a big piece of the pie?

  8. 8
    victoria Says:

    Wow $85 million a year, he’s obviously a smart business man!

  9. 9
    gene Says:

    I agree victoria, he is a mega-genius and deserves at least 85 Billion a year, and the right to sleep every bride 1st on her wedding night.

  10. 10
    mertz Says:

    well if they put family matters and the cosby show back on tv…maybe me, my entire family, all my friends wouldn’t be watching seinfeld on the regular. i love seinfeld, and we quote it atleast once a day. yay jerry. i hope his charities are getting a cut of that money. also…the studios are huge money grubbers.

  11. 11
    lakers fan in boston Says:

    wtf is he even doing now a days
    ive always h8ed jerry, Seinfeld was one of the stupidest shows ever, there’s not a thing funny about it
    i respect him if he’s a business man, i mean he some how managed microsoft 2 overpay for one of the worst commercials ever
    i saw the jon & kate show yesterday, from what it looks like i really think they’ll divorce, it looks like neither of them want 2 really work it out
    nadal’s girl looks alright, dont like the droppy face, but it looks like she has a nice body

  12. 12
    remember da truth Says:

    ROFL!!!
    #11 doesn’t think Seinfeld was funny because it was apparently over her head — she watched Jon and Kate + 8!! LOL!!

    What a fool!

  13. 13
    Suppress your appetite Says:

    LMFO

  14. 14
    ooo Says:

    http://s3.amazonaws.com/readers/2009/04/09/thons_1.jpg

  15. 15
    harry Says:

    Jerry’s wife Jessica sees nothing wrong Iam sure with the 85 million he is making per year. Why do you think she married him? Not for his looks. Instead of the jewish girl marrying a jewish doctor, she married a rich comedian. Her mother was pleased.

  16. 16
    Dave Says:

    Yes, he should get it. That’s business. I hear the network said recently they made $1 Billion in ad revenue last year on his and Larry’s show. It’s good for morale — to laugh the way that show makes us do.

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