TITLE

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM'S LARRY DAVID

AUTHOR(S)
Snierson, Dan
PUB. DATE
June 2011
SOURCE
Entertainment Weekly;6/3/2011, Issue 1157/1158, p59
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article looks at actor and television writer Larry David, whose television program "Curb Your Enthusiasm" will begin its eighth season on July 10, 2011. David humorously discusses items he requires to be comfortable during the summer. He claims he has designed a mask that covers his entire face, eliminating the need to apply sunblock. David comments on rubber flotation devices, noting that he does not mind being in the water as long as it does not touch him. Finally, David discusses his desire for a motorized wheelchair to keep the sand from getting between his toes while at the beach.
ACCESSION #
61021074

 

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