Jerry Seinfeld Sued for Stealing Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

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Jerry Seinfeld sued over Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Jerry Seinfeld targeted in lawsuit by producer who claims he came up with idea of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. Jerry Seinfeld is headed to court. The 63-year-old comedian is being sued over his Netflix show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee by a producer who claims he initially pitched the concept of the show to him 16 years back, according to TMZ. The producer, Christian Charles - who is seeking a credit on the program, as well as money - claims that the comedy icon turned down the idea at the time, but contacted him in 2011 to follow up on it.  Scroll below for video

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The Hudson Union is where everyone comes to be inspired, to change our world. Check us out on Twitter @ActualJoePascal Though best known for his award-winning, nine year stint as the now iconic George Costanza of television’s Seinfeld, Jason Alexander has achieved international recognition for a career noted for its extraordinary diversity. Aside from his performances on stage, screen and television, he has worked extensively as a writer, composer, director, and producer. For his depiction of George on Seinfeld, Jason garnered six Emmy nominations, four Golden Globe nominations, an American Television Award and two American Comedy Awards. He won two Screen Actor Guild Awards as the best actor in a television comedy despite playing a supporting role. Aside from Seinfeld, Jason has starred and guested in shows as The Grinder, Drunk History, Friends, Two and a Half Men, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Criminal Minds, Monk, Franklin and Bash, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Bob Patterson and Listen Up. His many films include: Pretty Woman, Jacob’s Ladder, Love Valor Compassion, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Dunston Checks In, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Shallow Hal. In addition he directed the feature films For Better or Worse and Just Looking. He is also a distinguished television director, overseeing episodes of Seinfeld, Til Death, Everybody Hates Chris, Mike and Molly, Criminal Minds and Franklin and Bash. While still in college, his desire to work as a stage actor in New York came to be with his debut in the original Broadway cast of the Hal Prince/Stephen Sondheim musical Merrily We Roll Along. He continued starring on Broadway in the original casts of Kander and Ebb’s The Rink, Neil Simon’s Broadway Bound, Rupert Holmes’ Accomplice and his Tony Award winning performance in Jerome Robbin’s Broadway. Jason also authored the libretto for that show which went on to win the Tony Award for Best Musical. After moving to LA, Jason continued working in the theater, notably serving as the artistic director for the Reprise Theatre Company and for the hit West Coast production of Mel Brook’s The Producers in which he starred along with Martin Short. Most recently, Jason returned to Broadway to star in the Larry David comedy Fish in the Dark, breaking all box office records for the Cort Theater and can currently be seen in the John Patrick Shanley’s The Portuguese Kid at the Manhattan Theatre Club.

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Jerry Seinfeld s hit show about comedians, coffee and cars wasnt his idea at all ... according to the producer whos now suing. Christian Charles says he pitched a show idea to Jerry in 2002, and claims its the basis for " Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee ." In his lawsuit, Charles says Jerry turned him down, initially, saying he wasnt interested in doing the show. Charles claims Seinfeld called him back in 2011, and asked about the original concept -- and they went on to shoot a pilot w

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