Jerry Seinfeld finds Tel Aviv spongeworthy

Comic to perform in Israel for the first time in December.

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October 7, 2015 18:58
Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Famed American comic Jerry Seinfeld is going to make his professional debut in Israel on December 19 at the Mivtachim Menorah Arena in Tel Aviv as part of a world tour, promoter Gad Oron and JS Touring announced on Wednesday.

A longtime favorite in Israel via his mega-popular TV series, Seinfeld most recently visited Israel in 2007 to promote his film 'The Bee Movie.'

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Tickets for the show, which range from NIS 250 to NIS 900 go on sale Thursday morning at *8780, 03-5247373 or  www.leaan.co.il

Be warned, though. If you're late, you might hear the Soup Nazi say, "No tickets for you!"

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