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WATCH: Seinfeld outtake leaves fans in stitches as they remember Jerry Stiller

By Sarah Finnan

May 11, 2020 at 1:20pm


A talented actor and comedian, Seinfeld star Jerry Stiller has passed away from natural causes at the age of 92.

American actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has passed away, with his son Ben Stiller confirming the news on Twitter this morning. Fans have been sharing their favourite memories of the star online since hearing the news, looking back on some of his best moments and, as expected, they're nothing short of hilarious.

One clip, in particular, has left people in stitches - showing Jerry in his prime as Frank Costanza in Seinfeld, the clip is an outtake from season eight of the series. Featured in The Little Kicks, the episode sees George try to impress Elaine's colleague Anna with his newfound 'bad boy' image.

In this particular clip, Frank lands himself in a spot of bother with the law, ending up at the police station from where Frank has to pick him up. Elaine comes to bail Anna out, getting into a scuffle with Frank over who put George up to the whole thing.

Delivering the line "what the hell does that mean?", Jerry sends his co-stars over the edge, causing them to break into uncontrollable fits of laughter... a regular occurrence when working with Jerry Stiller we'd imagine.

Understandably, Elaine - played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus - has a hard time maintaining her composure, as does George who actually falls off his chair he's laughing so hard. Have a watch of how the clip plays out below and try not to smile.


Without doubt one of his most standout performances, what's your favourite Jerry Stiller TV moment?

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