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I loved the inside looks that came with the Seinfeld DVDs, this book satisfied my craving for a more intimate look at what it was like behind the scenes of my favourite show. Fred details some pretty awkward encounters between himself and the other writers and actors from the show, including Larry and Jerry (who come off a tad mean spirited at times) as well as the performers who played Kramer and Elaine (who sound a lot more down to earth).
Although I originally bought this to hear backstage tales from the show, Fred also tells a very endearing story and I look forward to reading his other book for more insight into his life as a bit part actor. I'm not sure if someone who was not a fan of Seinfeld or remembered the storylines would enjoy this as much as I did, but it's certainly well worth a read.
I really enjoyed the author's self deprecating and pretensious writing style about a fascinating and insightful behind the scenes experience writing and acting on Seinfeld. He also integrate life lessons in a subtle and engaging way that the reader can apply to.their own lives.
i read this as an e-book and it was okay, but not great. Stoller writes about how his career has taken a few different directions and missteps and how it has included the opportunity to be part of the writing staff for one season of "Seinfeld." During that time, several of his ideas were rejected, he contributed small bits as part of the team, and felt generally frustrated. There was really just one episode that season that was created mainly due to his efforts. While this is a great deal more exciting than most of us can hope to accomplish, it is still not really enough on which to base an entire book.
I really like this book because it is an interesting inside story of a secondary actor in TV series. The author shares his experience in Seinfeld and talk about several of my favourite actors, for instance Larry David and Julia Louise-Dreyfus.
Until recently when I listened to his Marc Maron podcast interview, I didn't know Fred Stollers name. However, his face, timbre, delivery and style are unmistakable. Seinfeld isn't a programme that would mean much in Scotland to anyone who has a job and can't sit up all night watching obscure satellite channels, so Mr Stollers Seinfeld credentials are irrelevant(certainly to me). I know him purely as one of those faces that turn up often out of the blue on TV shows in guest appearances. He's one of those guys whom I wished I saw more often on TV even though that would detract from the "Oh there's that guy!" moment when he appears. My Seinfeld Year is exactly what it says on the tin (or cover). Its a too short account of an even shorter period of a career which deserves more plaudits than it gets. Don't let that put you off though; it's roughly an hours read for next to nothing cash wise. That's an hour in the company of one of those unique actors who, despite whether they're playing nice or obnoxious, neurotic or nasty just can't hide the fact that therein lies a genuine human warmth. I've just discovered that he has another book out so I'm going to buy it. Right now in fact. Oh; if I find out who Perry is he's going down. in the form of a very indignant email. F##ker...how dare he!