Jerry Seinfeld’s tears of grief

In the most recent episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, comedian Jerry Seinfeld addressed a more weighty subject than he typically does, which was a departure from his usual style.

Seinfeld and the director Judd Apatow talk about their friend Garry Shandling, who went away not too long ago, while they are eating their meal together. In addition to that, they drink smoothies and, of course, coffee.

The actor from Seinfeld, who had been reduced to tears by the recollections, was informed by Apatow that people responded to you and Garry in a big way during the funeral service for Garry.

“There is something about him that is able to precisely capture the struggle that each and every one of us as human beings goes through. He put in a lot of effort to get rid of his ego in addition to the work he put in to find pleasure and inner peace for himself. Both of these goals required him to put in a lot of effort.

Towards the time of his death, Shandling was 66 years old when he suffered a heart attack at the end of the month of March while he was at his home in Los Angeles. He was eventually able to locate a phone and put in a request for assistance to the appropriate authorities. Unfortunately, despite being transferred to a nearby hospital, he did not survive his time spent there and was pronounced dead there.

Apatow and Shandling worked together as co-workers on “The Larry Sanders Show,” which was broadcast in the 1980s and starred Larry Sanders. During that particular time period, their roles on the show included both performing in the play as well as directing it.