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Jerry Seinfeld

The Irresistible Inheritance of Wilberforce

The Irresistible Inheritance of Wilberforce

by Paul Torday

Phoenix, HK$120

Sunday, 19 October, 2008, 12:00am

Windows dressing

Microsoft, the world's largest software company, has put Bill Gates back to work in its global campaign to reconnect with consumers. The firm's recently retired co-founder joins comedian Jerry Seinfeld in a series of quirky television commercials that do not mention Windows.

28 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

Meet Barry

Charismatic comedian Jerry Seinfeld, the creative force behind DreamWorks' animation Bee Movie, says his bee character, Barry, is a huge hit with children and adults around the world - although he doesn't know why.

21 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

A stand-up kind of guy

He's the mastermind behind one of the most popular comedy shows in American television history and his stand-up act sells out venues across the US.

2 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Seinfeld buzzes in and out for film premiere, with little sting in the tale

Jerry Seinfeld's stop in the city was certainly too brief. In one day and out the next, the popular American comedian and sitcom star (pictured, right) along with DreamWorks bigwig Jeffrey Katzenberg (left) and film director Steve Hickner visited only for the premiere of the animation Bee Movie - for which Seinfeld provided the voice - at the Grand Theatre in Elements on Thursday night.

26 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Controversy and buzz for Boy George's DJ gig at Dragon-i birthday party

Despite some legal problems for Boy George - he is in trouble over a debt to a club owner and was recently arrested for false imprisonment after allegedly chaining a male escort to a wall as a sex slave - he will be DJ-ing at Dragon-i's fifth birthday party on Saturday night, according to the club.

23 Nov 2007 - 12:00am


Cutting Edge: The Science Of Sleep

Pearl, 9.30pm

30 Sep 2002 - 12:00am

To whom it may leave in stitches

Letters from a Nut by Ted L Nancy, Avon Books, $143 Companies occasionally receive letters that do little except confirm the existence of people who are a few croutons short of a salad.

6 Dec 1997 - 12:00am

The story of Eve

WHEN the folk in her hometown in Australia found out little Eve Grafhorst, three years old at the time, had contracted HIV from a blood transfusion, their reaction was unexpected. They banned her from the day-care centre, boycotted the places she visited and built two-metre fences around their yards to keep her out.

1 Dec 1994 - 12:00am