Arguably most famous for playing Elaine Benes—Jerry's ex-girlfriend-turned-best-friend who pushes hard, extorts soup Nazis, and can't dance—the born-into-billions actress has enjoyed a remarkable post- career.Louis-Dreyfus is one of the most decorated primetime actresses of all-time, with a whole slew of Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy, and Screen Actors Guild Awards and nominations."Jerry is known the world over as both a great TV innovator and beloved comic voice," said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix."We are incredibly proud to welcome him to the Netflix comedy family." Aside from his highly successful web series—which has featured everyone from Jay Leno to Kevin Hart to Barack Obama—Seinfeld's activity on both the big and small screen has been limited.After career has largely been defined by one moment.
, where he plays the lazy roommate who sells stuff on the internet.The organization since has donated over 16 million items, created a national network to help those in need in local communities, and created a volunteer force of more than 37,000 individuals.Her work inspired her husband to set up the Baby Buggy Fatherhood Initiative, which aims to encourage fathers to spend time with their children.In fact, after holding down second place on highest paid comedian list in 2016, Seinfeld took over the top spot in 2017, raking in million in one calendar year.Most of that money came from the coffers of content streaming giant Netflix, who signed Seinfeld for two new stand-up comedy specials while also purchasing the rights to the comedian's hit web series .