Jerry Seinfeld’s first appearance on National TV (1977)


In 1977 a young Jerry Seinfeld appeared on the syndicated TV show, “Celebrity Cabaret” which was hosted by Richard Hall. The show was recorded in New York City, Jerry’s home turf and in this short clip Jerry speculates about the future of transportation in Manhattan. It’s gold Jerry! Gold!

Celebrity Cabaret was billed as “A Weekly Fast-Paced TV series of entertainment, comedy, song and drama, featuring well-known show business personalities. Jerry was on the second show of the series. He was introduced by celebrity Julie Budd. The show also featured Singers/Writers Brian Gary and Robin Kaiser.


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One thought on “Jerry Seinfeld’s first appearance on National TV (1977)

  1. plcary says:

    So much retro goodness packed into that clip. From Jerry’s giant collar and the club’s decor to Jerry’s name splashed on the screen in what looks like Vic20 graphics!

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