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The eternal question of who did it sexier? Deadpool or George Costanza? I’ll leave that for you to decide individually. There’s a bunch of new Deadpool/Ryan Reynolds tid-bits floating around the Internet today that make for one exciting post. We’ve got the official Movie Logo, a look at Reynolds new Wade Wilson hair cut and […]
How we lead in 2020 will depend on our ability to adapt today. We can learn a lot from NASA, and even George Costanza.
Climate change is leading to fewer and smaller ponds on Alaska's Barrow Peninsula.
Only in New York.
If George Costanza of Seinfeld had "The Summer of George," then first-year Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is having "The Offseason of Jim." Consider it this way: Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer just won a national championship. Yet, if...Show More Summary
Mr. Von Bargen, who had a long career in film and TV, was perhaps best known for his part as a boss of George Costanza on “Seinfeld.”
Daniel von Bargen, a character actor whose movie and TV roles included George Costanza's dimwitted boss Mr. Kruger on "Seinfeld," has died. He was 64.
Daniel von Bargen, the character actor best known as George Costanza’s boss during the final season of “Seinfeld,” has died at age 64.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI In a 1997 episode of “Seinfeld,” George Costanza makes one of his knuckleheaded moves and records a goofy outgoing message on his answering machine to the music of “The Greatest American Hero.” His off-key...
Daniel Von Bargen, who played George Costanza's boss Mr. Kruger on Seinfeld and Commandant Edwin Spangler on Malcolm in the Middle during a long acting career, has died. He was 64. [ more › ]
Daniel von Bargen, the character actor best known as George Costanza’s boss during the final season of “Seinfeld,” has died at age 64. The Cinncinati native passed away over the weekend following a long illness, The Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary
Daniel Von Bargen has died at the age of 64. Von Bargen, a talented actor known best for his role as George Costanza’s boss on the sitcom Seinfeld, passed away on Sunday, March 1, after suffering through a long battle with diabetes, according to Cincinnati’s news station WLWT. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Daniel von Bargen, who played cops, military men and other tough guys across dozens of movies and TV shows -– including a memorable run as George Costanza’s gruff but incompetent boss Mr. Kruger on the last season of Seinfeld — has died. Show More Summary
Daniel von Bargen, known for portraying George Costanza’s boss Mr. Kruger on Seinfeld in the late 90s, has passed away at the age of 64. The actor, who also had roles on Malcolm in the Middle, The West Wing, and more, reportedly had been suffering from an undisclosed illness for some time before his death. [...]
Scottie Pippen. George Costanza. Khloe Kardashian. Luigi. Canada. Cats! What do they have in common? This bracket, designed to determine the no. 1 number two — the best sidekicks, supporting players, and partners in crime — of all t...
Today’s case under discussion, Robison v. Orthotic & Prosthetic Lab, Inc., 2015 Ill. App. LEXIS 68 (Ill. App. Ct. Feb. 4, 2015), makes us think of Jim Carrey, George Costanza, and Bruce Willis. You might already have heard of the Robison case. Show More Summary
“It’s not a lie,” George Costanza said, “if you believe it.” But is it a lie if no one else believes it? That’s one of the questions raised by the news today that in David Axelrod’s new book, he reveals that Barack Obama wasn’t exactly forthright about his feelings on same-sex marriage in 2008: Axelrod […]
"Seinfeld" fans know George Costanza, played by Jason Alexander, is based on creator Larry David. That's what added to the hilarious meta nature of the "Seinfeld" reunion episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" when David stepped in to play George. Show More Summary
ANDREW STILES: Hillary Is George Costanza: Every decision she’s ever made in her entire life has been wrong.