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PostPosted: January 27, 2005 4:05 AM 

where do I email fan-mail to Larry David

Chris

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PostPosted: January 28, 2005 8:57 PM 

You can mail it to HBO c/o Larry David. The address is on their website.

luke lutton

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PostPosted: February 7, 2005 7:09 AM 

i would like to try to get mr david to sign a poster. if i sent it to hbo, would they get it to him? thanks, luke

Anonymous

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PostPosted: March 1, 2005 5:42 PM 

no

Nyron Francis

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PostPosted: March 15, 2005 8:55 PM 

I have an idea for a reality show,and a sitcom. Is there a way we can hook up

elysee

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PostPosted: March 27, 2005 3:44 PM 

slt moi c'est elysee et je suis l'un de tes milliers d'admirateur
je te fais un gros calin et cmptes sur nous

Mike Taylor

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PostPosted: November 1, 2006 12:50 AM 

Hey Larry David or his assistant Smile ,
im writing from down under, australia, and its my 21st party on saturday 2nd of december and I was thinking who I should invite..... and your name popped into my head. So u are now invited to my 21st party. Beer and wine is supplied so you dont have to bring any Larry. If your interested larry, coz it will be a great night indeed, email me at mike_eric_@hotmail.com

I want to meet the man behind seinfeld and curb your enthusiasm coz it is beyond funny!! Take care larry, hopefully see u on the 2nd

If u cant make it, i understand, but would be great to see u there Smile

Mike

lucas

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PostPosted: December 12, 2006 8:53 AM 

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martin wakesberg

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PostPosted: July 1, 2007 6:07 PM 

i have a great idea for the show . where do I send it?

Zoryana Volos

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PostPosted: September 27, 2007 12:53 AM 

Hi,
I can't live more without talking to you...
People need to talk.
I went to most great restaurants in Brentwood, having hope to see You.
You change my life.

Zoryana Volos

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PostPosted: September 27, 2007 1:05 AM 

Hi,
I can't live more without talking to you...
People need to talk.
I went to most great restaurants in Brentwood, having hope to see You.
You change my life.

Megry

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PostPosted: November 23, 2007 1:33 PM 

What is c/o

TONY O

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:54 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
www.myspace.com/bluzcompany

Tony Mileo

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:56 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
www.myspace.com/bluzcompany

Tony O

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:57 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
www.myspace.com/bluzcompany

Tony Mileo

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:57 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
www.myspace.com/bluzcompany

Tony Mileo

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:59 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
www.myspace.com/bluzcompany

Tony Mileo

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 8:59 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
New York, NY (USA)

Tony Mileo

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PostPosted: August 12, 2008 9:01 PM 

LARRY
Seen all the episodes of CYE I'm all caught up, ya can't put them out fast enough for me, Big Fan.........

TONY O
Blues Recording Artist
Legendary Blues Guitar Player
1998 Grammy Award Nominee
(for best traditional blues)
www.tonyo.creativeliza.com
www.bluzcompany.com
New York, NY (USA)

Anonymous

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PostPosted: December 5, 2008 11:48 PM 

Hey Larry, just watched an episode of Curb - another very funny one..."wandering bear, or elk, or whatever the @$#%. Larry, I want to share my gift, as you have yours. Let me know your shoes size, and I will send you a free pair of ArchPorts (shoes with wallets in the soles). Send your size to mattp@archport.com along with an address.

Regards,

Matt (www.archport.com)

Matt P.

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PostPosted: December 5, 2008 11:48 PM 

Hey Larry, just watched an episode of Curb - another very funny one..."wandering bear, or elk, or whatever the @$#%. Larry, I want to share my gift, as you have yours. Let me know your shoes size, and I will send you a free pair of ArchPorts (shoes with wallets in the soles). Send your size to mattp@archport.com along with an address.

Regards,

Matt (www.archport.com)

Matt Putts

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PostPosted: December 5, 2008 11:49 PM 

Hey Larry, just watched an episode of Curb - another very funny one..."wandering bear, or elk, or whatever the @$#%. Larry, I want to share my gift, as you have yours. Let me know your shoes size, and I will send you a free pair of ArchPorts (shoes with wallets in the soles). Send your size to mattp@archport.com along with an address.

Regards,

Matt (www.archport.com)

Matt Putts

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PostPosted: December 5, 2008 11:50 PM 

Hey Larry, just watched an episode of Curb - another very funny one..."wandering bear, or elk, or whatever the @$#%. Larry, I want to share my gift, as you have yours. Let me know your shoes size, and I will send you a free pair of ArchPorts (shoes with wallets in the soles). Send your size to mattp@archport.com along with an address.

Regards,

Matt (www.archport.com)

Matt Potts

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PostPosted: December 5, 2008 11:51 PM 

Hey Larry, just watched an episode of Curb - another very funny one..."wandering bear, or elk, or whatever the @$#%. Larry, I want to share my gift, as you have yours. Let me know your shoes size, and I will send you a free pair of ArchPorts (shoes with wallets in the soles). Send your size to mattp@archport.com along with an address.

Regards,

Matt (www.archport.com)

Zoryana

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PostPosted: December 10, 2008 11:50 PM 

Hi,
My name is Zoryana. I want Larry David to look at my video, that I just made it. He is my favorite person, he change my life...

Anonymous

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PostPosted: March 8, 2009 9:16 PM 

Larry, look at:
www.VineyardRocks.com

from a new Vineyard artist

Andres Pena

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PostPosted: March 23, 2009 8:59 PM 

Hi
I have a great idea to bring the show back still using the same characters but....(cartoons)

email me

andrespb15@hotmail.com

Danielle

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PostPosted: July 19, 2009 11:23 PM 

Larry David, you are by far the funniest man alive and I am a huge fan! I am 14 years old so people find it very funny that curb your enthusiasm is my favorite show! You're awesome and I am trying everything I can to somehow meet you which seems ridiculous I know but I'm obsessed!

Mary D

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PostPosted: December 10, 2009 6:27 AM 

Does anyone know who coined the phrase "respect the wood"? I thought I did!

Ben

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PostPosted: February 8, 2010 2:26 AM 

Hey just wanted to say Curb is great.

Carole dee

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PostPosted: February 12, 2010 5:22 PM 



New Author Shares Novel With Fellow Boaters!


We are excited to share with you an amazing new novel written by Carole Dee of New England. Please enjoy this complimentary introductory into the first chapter of Thru The Chairs!

Carole Dee's novel can be purchased at Barns & Noble or Amazon on line.


Thru The Chairs
by Carole Dee

Tony Vendetti dreams of going "thru the chairs" at the Briar Ridge Yacht Club -- becoming Rear Commodore, then Vice Commodore, and finally Commodore. But to be elected Rear Commodore, he needs his wife to campaign for him. And to successfully fulfill the duties of any of these positions, he needs her undying support and active participation.
Carole Dee's debut novel describes this three-year journey through the eyes of Mrs. Vendetti, who shares in the adventures despite an unwritten rule that women cannot be members of the club. Complete with politics, sex, boating, and camaraderie, Thru the Chairs offers a ride you won't soon forget.


Carole Dee's debut novel describes this three-year journey through the eyes of Mrs. Vendetti, who shares in the adventures despite an unwritten rule that women cannot be members of the club. Complete with politics, sex, boating, and camaraderie, Thru the Chairs offers a ride you won't soon forget.
About the Author
Carole Dee has lived in New England all her life, and she has spent a great deal of time boating on the ocean. Carole is currently working on a children's book, Margaret and the Bully. She spends most of her time with her husband on Martha's Vineyard.


Introduction to Thru the Chairs!
Chapter One The Boat

The year was 1988, the year of the boat. Tony, my husband, had purchased his dream boat. We had owned boats before, but this was the first new boat, the one with the great new-boat smell. People who have had a new boat know that if they could capture that smell and turn it into a man's cologne they would probably have a number-one fragrance.
Not only was 1988 the year of the boat, but it was the year of the yacht club elections. Tony was running for the position of Rear Commodore. Tony happened to belong to one of the best-located clubs in the New England area.
The club was known as the Briar Ridge Yacht Club. It was nestled in the womb of a bustling city. The club was a refuge that separated a person from all the sounds and feelings that the busy metropolis created. A cut out in the earth engulfed by the serenity of the ocean, a carpet of white sand to walk on, and the music of waves dancing in the background. One of the most captivating things about the club's location was its sunsets. People would stop and park their cars on the street, and members would sit in their boats just to see this event. These sunsets left people mesmerized. One could see different shades of red and orange splatter across the sky. It was like an artist took out a paintbrush and just kept changing his strokes until all the vibrant colors faded into the sea. This magnificent display ended with the sound of honking horns and clapping hands from the watching sun worshippers.
Many of the members of the club were in the trades. This, of course, was not a requirement. The advantage to being in the trades was that they had the opportunity to volunteer their services. For example, if one was a plumber and the club needed work, one would volunteer one's time. If members had no professional service to offer, they donated their time to help with many of the needed projects. By doing this, members kept the dues for membership at a reasonable level. Another huge advantage was that members got to meet a network of people they had something in common with other than boating, and it helped expand their careers in the trades. Tony was in construction. As a foreman he was extremely responsible and got the job done. When the club needed a new roof, he called suppliers he knew in the business. Once the products for the roof were delivered, Tony put together a crew of members and got it done in record time.
We had a great slip for the new boat. The new boat was a thirty-six-foot Wellcraft with twin engines. It was designed in red and white fiberglass. The colors were separated by a black pinstripe. The canvass that was used to protect passengers in inclement weather was also in the same shade of red that engulfed the bottom of the boat. This truly was a speedboat of distinction. We named her 37 Park Ave so when contractors called to speak to Tony, I could say, "He is at 37 Park Ave," and no one would know the better.



Smooth Sailing!
Carole Dee

What a series belong to Farm Neck see you all the time.





Carole dee

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PostPosted: February 12, 2010 5:28 PM 



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Thru the Chairs is a crazy novel I wrote. I live on the vineyard and belong to Fram Neck. I see you a lot. I think this would be a great series. I need couyrage to approach you and don't want to bother you at golf club. Any ideas

Carole DEE







Linda Gould

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PostPosted: April 6, 2010 12:12 PM 

My sister and I have had 3 great life experiences for your show, Curb your Enthusiasm!.

phil

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PostPosted: May 1, 2010 6:08 PM 

I joined a writers circle a while back thinking that I could make some money by writing in a commercial fashion. I attended the group and was informed I would not have to read out any of my work this time as it was my first time. With that an African student stood up and proceeded to recite a poem he had written entitled "I am a Snowdrop" I think the gist of it was that we are all created differently etc

darwin spurling

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PostPosted: June 6, 2010 4:01 PM 

Solved your shoelace problem.....you owe me big time. Had the same problem. Cut the amount of shoelace you want shortened out of the middle of your shoelace, tie a knot,this keeps the 2 plastic ends in tact. The knot doesn't show because it's at the bottom of the lacing area.
I could sketch it better than writing it.
Good luck, Darwin

sookie

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PostPosted: June 28, 2010 1:58 PM 

How can I talk to Larry David?

Anonymous

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PostPosted: July 17, 2010 10:28 PM 

Now that Seinfeld is long done and Curb is kadish, what the hell are we supposed to do. Larry, let's talk.

leeday

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PostPosted: August 27, 2010 9:47 AM 

hi my name is lee day i am the only actress singer,comedian of my kind im leeday the celebrity pet entertainer i,m the creator of the bark mitvzha, pet wedding,s pet dateing service barktims,andmore i sing to all diffrent kind of animals i know larry you and i can do a very unique sicome or celebrity pet talk show with celebrity,s and there pet,s it can biggest and cuteist hit you have done think about it everone love,s pet,s check out my u-tube and wed site enjoy and let me know what you think www.lee day-petentertainer.com hope to hear from you soon singing along leeday

leeday

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PostPosted: August 27, 2010 9:48 AM 

hi my name is lee day i am the only actress singer,comedian of my kind im leeday the celebrity pet entertainer i,m the creator of the bark mitvzha, pet wedding,s pet dateing service barktims,andmore i sing to all diffrent kind of animals i know larry you and i can do a very unique sicome or celebrity pet talk show with celebrity,s and there pet,s it can biggest and cuteist hit you have done think about it everone love,s pet,s check out my u-tube and wed site enjoy and let me know what you think www.lee day-petentertainer.com hope to hear from you soon singing along leeday

Alexandra

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PostPosted: September 2, 2010 2:08 PM 

Is this a sham? Evil or Very Mad

Mike

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PostPosted: October 2, 2010 7:42 PM 

Larry,

Just saw the episode again about Richard Lewis and the kidney. I asked Richard's agent but he never responded. Would you donate a kidney to me? I'm a big fan. Thanks.

Mike

mikeneedsakidney.com

Hoodguy

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PostPosted: October 17, 2010 2:43 AM 

Hahahahaha Larry you fucking rock

Avigdor

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PostPosted: July 14, 2011 10:05 AM 

Larry man, eversince i started to watch Curb my life changed forever. Not any Tv show did this to me, I walk on the street everyday and when i have a Curb moment i just smile and realise that life is beautiful. may god give you all the blessings in the world, your a tzaddik! Regards from Belgium yid. Avigdor

CRichard

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PostPosted: July 31, 2011 10:39 PM 

Larry needs to do a show on the proper use of the I vs me. So many people on tv say So-and-so and I when they should be saying So-and-so and me. Worst miss use of the English language in years. Its easy to decide which is correct by simply taking out So-and-so's name and see how it sounds with the I or me by itself. Refer to the following url:
http://www.elearnenglishlanguage.com/difficulties/ime.html

Next: how to decide when to use who vs whom...

Thanks

C.Richards

Jace

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PostPosted: August 15, 2011 5:13 AM 

Larry, I want to be either your double in an episode, or your look alike that is even more annoying than you in the show. Sincerely, I always get """" Do you know who you lookk like?"""

Yes I do.

Jace

lori

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PostPosted: August 20, 2011 6:30 PM 

Dear Larry, I will get to the point, because you do not probably read this stuff anyway. I am a suburban housewife. I did not know anything about you until recently. People tell me I am the female version of you. I kind of wander around and get into trouble that I do not know how I got in, but more importantly, do not know how to get out of. I just seem to be in the wrong place at the right time. Which leads me to why I am writing....I walked out of a ladies room bathroom stall yesterday and ran into a woman dressed only in underwear, crying. How does one deal with this I think! well, I just kind of ignore the inappropriate clothing thing, and start trying to help the poor girl. We talk. She tells me a fastinging story about her life. Kind of James Bondish. I chalk it up to....Another day in my life. Did give her my e-mail address. God knows why. So....I wake up this morning and find a synopsis, a screenplay and a PDF file that I cannot open, because my computer sucks. I spend four hours reading this thing. It is off the charts good! Someone has to produce this thing. I am sitting with this fantastic work in my lap, and do not know what to do with it! Cannot give you details over the internet. Material much to sensitive. Let me know if you have interest

Jackie Smith

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PostPosted: November 17, 2013 3:49 PM 

You people are a bunch of psychos.

Larry, stay away from these retards...

Jackie Smith

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PostPosted: November 17, 2013 3:49 PM 

You people are a bunch of psychos.

Larry, stay away from these retards...

john j olivieri

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PostPosted: March 7, 2014 6:08 PM 

hi larry,iam from sheepshead bay.i have great idea for a show.i know you hear this all the time.



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