Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David Made 9 Figures Each in Huge ‘Seinfeld’-to-Netflix Deal

Sony and Seinfeld’s longtime manager made sure that all of “Seinfeld’s” streaming and TV syndication contracts would expire in 2021, setting up an open market

How’s this for a show about nothing? With their mega-“Seinfeld”-to-Netflix deal, which insiders have valued at $500 million-plus, co-creators Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld continue to make huge money on a show that last aired a new episode during the Clinton administration.

Both David and Seinfeld stand to make nine figures each, two people with knowledge of the breakdown told TheWrap. One pegged the windfall between $100-$125 million apiece, while a second told TheWrap it was significantly higher.

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Tim Baysinger

Tim Baysinger

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Tony Maglio

Tony Maglio

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